Next batch of GH3 cameras shipping at Amazon and BHphoto.

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GH3:
As you can see from the screenshot on top the GH3 preorders are finally shipping again at Amazon (Click here). Thanks Ryan for the image! Some GH3 are in Stock at eBay US but they are overpriced. And also BHphoto (Click here) notified me that they will soon receive a new stock of GH3 cameras with shipment within the next 7-14 days!

E-M5
The official US deals are now over but you can find the kits for an amazing price at Beat-n-retail:
$899 for the Black camera with 14-42mm lens (Click here).
$1,049 for the Black camera with 12-50mm lens (Click here).
$1,049 for the Silver camera with 12-50mm lens (Click here).

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  • homer

    when theyre not available theres 100 comments on how panasonic sucks. When they deliver or are available its cricket city here.

    • Franky S

      @homer
      Yes it’s amazing how few comments there are when you reply within a matter of moments of the news item being posted…

      Good news on the shipping front. Hopefully we get to see some PAL versions filter down the southern hemisphere at some point in the near future.

    • So true. Some people like to complain while others are out busy creating. :-)

  • kesztió

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  • _katira_
  • Yun

    I really wonder what is next big thing after GH3 or in 2013 for Pana ?
    It seen to suggest Pana fail to react even in it’s M4/3 arena . I would urge Pana to get sensors from Fuji or Sigma if it want to stay relevant in the Mirrorless race .

    • Steve

      If its not their Sensors, it’s their Slow Lenses. If its not that, it’s no VF. Panasonic can’t do no good with you people. -Fine…

      DON’T BUY PANASONIC.

      You people -Scuse me, Fanboys make me sick with your “Doom” for Panasonic. Give it a break. Panasonic makes great product and with help from Leica, will only get better.

      I swear… Panasonic can announce a GX-1/L-1 Successor, built in VF, flash, etc… And ship it in a day and there would still be you all complaining!! Pathetic.

      I’ll stand by my Panasonic. I seriously have no complaints. No lose screws, no cracking, just takes great photos. And that’s what it’s all about.

  • I just received my black om-d body from beat-n-retail on eBay( bought it for $809) and I’m happy to report it was in fct brand spankin new, with less than 10 shutter actuations, box in pristine condition and everything new in box. Damn! How can you beat that! :)

  • Garypen

    If this means a steady supply beginning in late Jan/early Feb, perhaps we’ll see the standard Panasonic initial price drop by April. (I was originally hoping by my birthday in March. But, that’s unlikely at this point.)

  • Anonymous

    I got one of these emails about the GH3 from Amazon, too, and I ordered mine only a few days ago. I’m hopeful this means supplies are arriving to the US in bulk. We’ll find out soon enough, I guess.

    • Anonymous

      Indeed, today I got a shipping notice for my order made just last week from Amazon. I’ll have my GH3 tomorrow!

  • Jeff

    Just received my GH3 from BHphotovideo that I ordered on release day in November….

    Longest. Wait. Ever.

    While I am supremely dissapointed at BH’s communication process, it is good to finally have it, and work on projects that have been stacking up over the past few months.

    • Rinaldo

      Announcement day was on Sep 17th, when I pre-ordered mine at amazon. Received it on dec 3rd… Just info for the statistics… ;)

      • homer

        Mine got.here nov 29. People who pre ordered on time got the first batch.

  • Raidready

    Just received note that mine is on its way. It’s been a long wait but it’s just a relief to know it’ll be in my hot little hands in the next few days. I just sold my E-M5 and will be using the proceeds to help fund the 35-100mm f/2.8. Should be a mighty fine combo.

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