New Olympus E-PL1 and Panasonic GH1/G2 instant rebates in US.

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Today Olympus America launched the new E-PL1 deal. You can get the camera + les for $399. Click those direct links to get the E-PL1: Amazon, Adorama, B&H, J&R.

The Olympus 14-150mm lens sells for $50o instead of $599 on Amazon (Click here).

Adorama launched a $50 to $200 instant rebate offer on the GH1 and the G2:
Panasonic GH1 with 7-14mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 8mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 14mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 14-42mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 14-45mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 14-140mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 20mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 45mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 45-200mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic GH1 with 100-300mm lens at Adorama (Click here).

Panasonic G2 with 7-14mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic G2 with 8mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic G2 with 14mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic G2 with 14-42mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic G2 with 14-45mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic G2 with 14-140mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic G2 with 20mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic G2 with 45mm lens at Adorama (Click here).
Panasonic G2 with 100-300mm lens at Adorama (Click here).

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  • PEN

    I might be interested if there was a good rebate on the E-5.

  • And still the craziness of selling camera and lens cheaper than body only, it’s absurd. I still would like an Olympus body and the Panny 20mm, but I won’t buy it at these conditions :-(

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