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June 6, 2013
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Amazon drops the price of the GH3 by $50!

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Surprise! The Gh3 got his first $50 price drop by Amazon itself (Click here). And if you grab the 4% reward (Click here to read the terms) you get a $50 back to spend on Amazon. UPDATE: And it’s $1,222 at OverStock.com!

 

All new today deals can be seen here:
Olympus at DealsRunner.com
Panasonic at DealsRunner.com

June 6, 2013
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USA deals: Huge Olympus rebates coming on Sunday!

 

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On Sunday Olympus will launch a massive discount action! You can see the full deals overview on the images below (Click on them to see the large size image) or on that document at GetOlympus. You save up to $150 on the E-M5 kit, $100 on the E-Pl5 and up to $100 on many MFT lenses!

All today new Olympus deals can be seen at DealsRunner.com.

June 6, 2013
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Samyang 16mm f/2.0 for MFT priced ay $449. Shipping in July.

 

Last week Samyang announced the new 16mm f/2.0 MFT lens. You can now preorder this lens at BHphoto (Click here). It will ship in July! It is yet unclear when this lens (and for what price) will ship in European ans Asian countries. The only image of the lens we have now is that one:

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This is the second native Micro Four Thirds lens after the fisheye lens:
In USA it’s named Rokinon 7.5mm and you find it on eBay (Click here), Amazon (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here).
In Europe it’s named Samyang 7.5mm and you find it on eBay (Click here), Amazon (Click here).
In UK it’s named Walimex and you find it on eBay (Click here) and Amazon UK (Click here).

eBay links on all Olympus Four Thirds lenses:
Samyang , Walimex , Rokinon , Opteka , Falcon , Vivitar andBower .

June 5, 2013
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4% rewards at Amazon, Black lenses shipping in US. And Samyang FT lens discount.

Before to talk about single deals there is one brand new great 4% Reward action by Amazon (Click here to read the terms). You get 4% Reward on almost all Cameras and Lenses.

The Black Olympus E-M5 is shipping at BHphoto (Click here) and Adorama (Click here).
Silver Panasonic 45-150mm lens for $199 at Amazon (Click here).
$70 off on the Bower (same as Samyang) 35mm f/1.4 Four Thirds Lens at BHphoto (Click here).
$40 off on the Rokinon (same as Samyang) 8mm fishey lens at BHphoto (Click here).
$50 off on the Tough TG-2 iHS Digital Camera at BHphoto (Click here).
PNY – 16GB Secure Digital High Capacity for $14 at Bestbuy (Click here).
60% off SanDisk cards at Amazon (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here).
Olympus 14-150mm lens got a $110 discount through third party reseller at Amazon (Click here).

And massive more camera, lens, tablet and accessory deals on DealsRunner.com.

June 4, 2013
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The sub $800 price battle. Fuji-Sony aggressive discount!

Not only the features of a new camera but also the constantly changing prices can change the panorama of the mirrorless market. And that is exactly what happened yesterday. Both, Fuji and Sony dramatically dropped the prices of their mirrorless cameras:

Fuji:
What until some time ago was perceived as a nice but still expensive system now got an impressive pride drop. The Fuji X-E1 can be bought for $799 at Amazon, Adorama and BHphoto. And the X-PRO 1 for $1,199 at Amazon, Adorama and BHphoto. Both cameras got a $200 discount! And the offer is even more impressive if you consider that by adding a lens or more lenses you can save up to $1,300! Just try the different combinations rebates at BHphoto (Click here) and click on the “Click Here To Save $300 On Fujifilm XF 18-55mm Zoom Lens” link.

Sony:
The Sony NEX-6 is now priced at $748 at Amazon, Adorama and BHphoto.

Panasonic-Olympus: While the G6 still can hold up well ($749 with kit lens and shipment on June 21 at Amazon) the Olympus E-P5 ($999 for body only, June 28 shipment) will have a hard time fighting particularly against the Fuji X-E1 which is also perceived as a “high quality photographers camera” like the E-P5. Particularly Olympus has to re-think their product pricing strategy. The E-P5 is a nice camera, but probably $200 too expensive on the US market. And 100 Euro too expensive in Europe. The likely best bet for Olympus is the E-PL5. $200 cheaper than the mentioned cameras, same OMD sensor and tilting LCD. I hope Olympus is hearing us and they may launch a “Fuji style” rebate on body and kits!

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