Decided to score a G10 (2008) used a few days ago. Haven't taken it out of the house yet, but it's kind of cool to be able to use external flash on a p&s camera with advanced controls. Here's one of my test shots with an older Vivitar 2000 bounce flash + Wein SafeSync. I was thinking of going for an older model, but I didn't want to deal too much with the difficulty of finding a different memory card other than SD, or issues with finding extra batteries... at least not yet!
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I've been using a G 9 as my underwater camera since 2009 but it died after 2 days of diving in 2018. (it had seen a lot of use ). I tried to replace it (at a fair price) but eventually a good deal came up on a G 10 & the underweater housing so I bought it. That died (seller admitted it has been used a lot) this Aug & after some searching I've found a low use G 9 in my price range. It's heading to Cozumel in Jan for more dive photos. This is one of my favorites from the G 9
I have a G1 and a G7, and they both work pefectly (still have the boxes, accessories and packaging to boot). The G7 is tiny but takes great images
Actually this was taking on the Tongariro Crossing, Tongariro National Park, New Zealand. The cone in the background is one of the vents of Tongariro, call Mt Nguarahoe.