(UPDATED) E-M5 Silver and Black will be in Stock on Monday at Amazon!


UPDATE: Amazon just unvieled that the E-M5 kits will be in Stock on Monday. Click here to grab the Black E-M5 with 12-50mm camera. And here for the Silver E-M5 with 12-50mm lens.

Don’t forget that the Olympus PEN deal will last until tomorrow only. You can see the full deal page at Amazon (Click here).

  • Jake

    Not sure if I was the only one that shared this with Mr. 43rumors admin dude, but he’s the bomb as if I am this was up almost immediately!

    • David

      I wrote about it on mu-43.com forums and then minutes later it showed up on here, i dunno lol

  • Jake

    Must be some shipments hitting retailers here in the USA as we speak as Amazon is showing the Silver one with 12-50 shipping June 21st now. That’s soon enough they may have them in hand, but need to get them to distribution centers or something before they can actually ship.

  • Loc

    Just got my notification from Amazon too. Can’t wait! Now to sell off all my Sony Alpha gear.

  • Hmm

    What about the body-only silver ones? When are those shipping? Pre-ordered mine in april and still no word from Amazon.

  • noR

    Yesterday I was able to play around with the E-M5 for a few minutes here in Seoul. I never gave it much thought as a replacement for my trusted GF1 as I just didn’t feel the need, but that E-M5 sure feels amazing. It’s mighty tiny even with its slightly awkward looking lens. I don’t get that long kit lens though. I’d stick a pancake on it. Or maybe that lovely 12mm.

  • Gill

    I got mine delivered today

  • Phong

    Is it really worth it to get the 12-50mm kit ? I have a few primes already, including Oly 12mm. I figure the added value would be 14-42mm kit, since it’s just $100 more than the body-only.

    • Ross

      It is worth it for the kit price for its versatile ability. If you want to travel light with just the clip on flash & spare batteries (ha!, that’s funny :D, all you have to do is find one ;)), it covers the range from 12-50 quite nicely with it becoming a little softer at 50mm & just fine for video & close up work on a damp, rainy day. For better IQ I would use my 4/3’s 14-54 for its larger aperture & sharper images (I’ve only had my MMF-3 for two days & would have used it the day before for my daughters graduation). In Australia the RRP is $500 for the lens & in the kit it is only $300 more than the body, so it is worth having at that price.

  • Bart

    For those in the Netherlands looking for a silver E-M5, Foto Prisma in Utrecht (www.fotoprisma.nl) currently has at least one in stock.

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