GH3 body only release delayed (because of high preorders).

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The GH3 body release in Asia has been postponed from December 13 to December 29 (Source: DC.watch).

As you know the body is already shipping in EU and USA, while kit versions have been shipped in Europe only.

GH3 store links and in Stock status check:
12-35mm GH3 kit: Wex UK, Wex DE, Photoexpress UK, FotoHansKeuzekamp (NL),
14-140mm GH3 kit: Wex UK, Amazon UK, Photoexpress UK, Wex DE, Amazon FR,
Body only: Amazon, Adorama, BHphoto, Panasonic store, Samys, Henry, Vistek, Wex UK, FotoHansKeuzekamp (NL), Amazon FR, Webdistirbution FR.

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  • Tinta

    There must be some fundamental problems with Panasonic’s supply chain..

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/j-f_leguen/ JF

    Ouch !! Olympus will have the new OM-D with kits in stores before GH3 kits are in stores worlwide…

  • ckwin

    Olympus 17mm f1.8 has already arrived in Taiwan! The local retailer ships today, and we can got the lens tomorrow! First unbox article is here : http://www.mobile01.com/topicdetail.php?f=249&t=3098386&last=40458285

  • http://www.driftwoodproductions.co.uk Nick Driftwood

    Panasonic simply can’t get China to make enough of them. If you find one its worth buying it now as the initial Christmas stock is rapidly selling out and then it probably wont be well into January /Feb before we see stronger stocks.

  • chienDog

    hahaha, always the same with Panasonic

  • labalbi

    I ll be in USA by 23, january …Should I become worried ? I’ll stay in USA for just 15 days in a Disney trip and I would like to have the camera in the very first day ….

  • Anonymous

    Looks like I’ll be getting mine after Christmas, then, when I’m not going anywhere and won’t miss a surprise delivery.

  • http://www.43rumors.com/members/billoriani/ Bill Oriani

    There’s a big surprise… Not!

  • https://vimeo.com/gonzalobroto/videos Gonzalo Broto

    According to this translation, it seems only the “Body only” option has been delayed in Japan until 29th December, while both kits (GH3+12/35 & GH3+14/140) are still expected to release on 13th, as originally stated.

    Source:
    http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=ja&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&eotf=1&u=http://panasonic.co.jp/corp/news/official.data/data.dir/2012/12/jn121212-2/jn121212-2.html&act=url

  • Marcus Wolschon

    Does the japanese version feature a PAL/NTSC switch (because they use both mains power frequencies)?

  • http://terso.co.nz David Peterson

    Good sign it is so popular, should mean the community and after market support for the GH series will stay strong.

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