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April 27, 2012
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USA deal: Olympus for Mom action! (E-PM1 for $399! GF3 for $395)

Olympus sent me that flyer which promotes a new “For Mom” deal action :)
Here is the list of the deals they offer in USA (P.S.: Why not in Europe and Asia too?). Particularly interesting is the E-PM1 price ($399 with lens!):
$100 price drop on all Olympus E-P3 at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here). Combine it with the 40-150mm lens and the total rebate is $150!
$100 price drop on all Olympus E-PL3 at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here). Combine it with the 40-150mm lens and the total rebate is $150!
$100 price drop on all Olympus E-PM1 at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here). Combine it with the 40-150mm lens and the total rebate is $150!

And Panasonic also launched some great deal:
Panasonic GF3 with 14mm pancake lens sells for $395 at Amazon (Click here). Consider that the 14mm pancake alone costs $310. It means you get the camera for less than $100!
The Panasonic 45-200mm lens is now in Stock for $199 only at Amazon (Click here).

E-PL1 Hotseller:
Despite all those great deals the most sold m43 camera remains the E-PL1 (Click here to see the ranking).
And the body only sells for $149 at Amazon (Click here to get the cheapest of all m43 cameras).

UPDATE: The Nokton 17.5mm f/0.95 is back in Stock at Bhphoto (Click here).

April 27, 2012
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US deals: GX1, E-PL1 and 45-200mm.


There are some new USA deals:
1) The Panasonic 45-200mm lens is now in Stock for $199 only at Amazon (Click here).
2) There is a new small price drop on the Olympus E-PL1 at Amazon (Click here).
3) Another hot deal is the GX1 body at Amazon (Click here) which just got another $20 price drop.
4) The Super new Nokton 17.5mm f/0.95 is in Stock for the first time at BHphoto (Click here).

April 27, 2012
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Adobe RAW support for the E-M5! And 17.5mm at BH.

Here are the latest E-M5 news:
The Lightroom 4.1 beta (CLick here) now supports the E-M5 RAW file. Time to make new testings with one of the best RAW converters :)
Meantime Engadget (Click here) posted the Fuji X PRO 1 review but talked a lot about the E-M5 too: “We haven’t reviewed the OM-D yet, but our preview hinted at promises of much better autofocus. It also has five-axis image stabilization and our few test shots revealed very good high ISO performance too. The OM-D also has a faster 9fps burst mode, is drastically cheaper and overall promises to be a real challenger to the X-Pro1′s perhaps more emotional virtues.” Yep, the E-M5 may be the better choice in terms of price-quality. But I would like Olympus doing a special edition liek the one you can see here at Fujirumors :)
More E-M5 bits: Fuji X PRO 1 versus Olympus E-M5 at Soundimagesplus (Click here). E-M5 versus NEX-5N versus G5 at Itmedia (Click here). E-M5 flower test at DC.watch (Click here).

UPDATE now Sold Out! The Black E-M5 with 14-42mm kit lens is (now was!) in Stock at Amazon US (Click here). A first Black body only is available at eBay US (Click here). And our reader Marc just wrote: “Picked up the black body only version of the om-d from Jessops in London. I was on a pre-order and I didn’t notice any in store on display so maybe they’re only fulfilling the pre-orders at the moment?

The Super new Nokton 17.5mm f/0.95 is in Stock for the first time at BHphoto (Click here). Another hot deal is the GX1 body at Amazon (Click here) which just got another $20 price drop.

April 26, 2012
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(UPDATED) E-M5 and SLRmagic 12mm lens in Stock.

UPDATE: The Black E-M5 with 14-42mm lens is in Stock at BHphoto (Click here).

You can find the 12mm f/1.6 wide angle lens from SLRMagic in Stock at Adorama (Click here). And they also have a GX1 body with lots of extras for $549 (Click here). And the 14-140mm lens sells for $549 again at Adorama (Click here). That’s a $100 price drop over yesterday’s price.

 

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