The Panasonic GH3 is on sale again for the lowest price record of $597 at BHphoto (Click here).
Canadian ebay seller QuickNdone is selling more MFT stuff for a much lower price than US stores. And they ship to US with full 1 year warranty:
Black Olympus E-M5II for $799 (Click here)
Silver Olympus E-M5II for $799 (Click here)
Panasonic GH4 for $1,099 (Click here)
Panasonic LX100 for $599 (Click here)
Black Olympus 25mm f/1.8 for $269 (Click here)
Silver Olympus 25mm f/1.8 for $269 (Click here)
The G7 disguises itself as just another entry/mid-level ILC but, more so than almost any of its rivals, it’s as much a video camera as it is a stills camera. Above and beyond the specifications, it’s the well-implemented touchscreen interface and relatively high bitrate video capture that make the G7 such a nice camera to shoot video with. The Micro Four Thirds lens mount means that the G7 can be used with a wide variety of lenses, including cine lenses via adaptor, or provide excellent image quality with the system’s own lenses.
Panasonic G7 Store Links:
Black G7 with 14-42mm lens at Amazon, Adorama, BHphoto and Panasonic. In EU at Jessops, WexUK.
Silver G7 with 14-42mm lens at Amazon, Adorama, BHphoto and Panasonic. In EU at Jessops, WexUK.
Black G7 with 14-140mm lens at Amazon, Adorama, BHphoto and Panasonic. In EU at Jessops, WexUK.
The latest issue of Amateur Photography Magazine reports this:
Olympus may assemble more cameras in Vietnam, where labour costs are lower, Olympus president Hiroyuki Sasa says. The Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II, is already made there, with more models possibly to follow.
Don’t know if that’s actually bad or good news…