(Updated) Panasonic GH3 in Stock at Adorama and Samys!


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A limited number of Panasonic GH3 cameras is right now in Stock at Adorama (Click here) and at Samys (Click here).

P.S.: And more than ten refurbished E-M5 cameras with 12-50mm kit lens are for sale for 1,029$ on eBay US (Click here).

  • Still There

    The bad news is that there are only a limited number of GH3 cameras available for sale at Adorama.

    The good news is that those cameras will be available for a long, long time.

    Sensor “as good as” the e-m5’s, a full development year later, and a significantly bigger size than the GH2, for no apparent good reason.

    The Panasonic elephant gave birth to a mouse.

    • Mr. Reeee

      The GH3 pretty much matches the OMD’s image quality. External controls and ergonomics are where the GH3 blows the OMD away… and not requiring a $200 or $300 add-on grip to make it comfortable.

      • G

        The nice thing about the grip is you can take it off and get a tiny camera when using a small lens.

        With the GH3 you have a nice big camera but you spend the same cash as buying an OMD with grip, and still you nave to by a grip for the GH3 if you want vertical shutter button or more battery power.

        The ergonomics and dials may well be better for some. Having a small camera that takes a grip for when a user needs a bigger camera may be better for some.

        • WOW

          The GH3 DWARFS the E-M5!!!


          Well, not really, plus the ergonomics are MUCH better than the E-M5.

          Get over it.

          • G

            Hey, thanks for pointing that out.

            The EM5 with grip is the same size as the GH3. I thought it was larger than that.

            So my reasoning stands, getter ergonomics, buy the GH3. Desire for a less expensive camera that is smaller than the GH3 while compromising ergonomics, get the EM5.

            If you want a camera that is smaller or larger with worse ergonomics for the same price, get the EM5 with grip.

            If you want a camera that is much more expensive that has good ergonomics and can become smaller, get the GH3 with grip.

            Thanks for the encouragement, I’m over it now.

    • Anonymous

      how much better can a 16 megapixel sensor get from another 16mp sensor?

  • Bite Me

    Congratulations Panny fans! You get to pay $300 extra for video features… on a camera that’s DEVOID of IBIS & small footprint! Make sure to bring along your tripod when you use your PRIME LENSES for flix.

    Oh yes, you get extra defective issues with your bundle.

    I myself am looking forward to purchase the GH3… as a bargain/discontinued discount this winter.

    • jack sprat

      So basically, you hate it because you can’t afford it? Sad.

      Obviously, Panasonic didn’t want a tiny footprint. They’re trying to lure buyers who might be thinking of a Nikon D7000 or something similar, and the bigger size and grip make for better handling with heavier zooms like the 12-35 and 35-100.

      As for the “extra defective issues with your bundle”… sorry, what does that mean?

    • WOW

      So you must be the guy with the “HARD ON FOR IBIS” bumpersticker on your Hoopty… Cool Story Bro…

    • Congrats

      You get to pay $300 extra to hold a E-M5 with comfort.. GOOD JOB!

  • ISO 1638400

    Grandpa Harold’s favorite camera.

  • Sqweezy

    It’s a good camera, no doubt, and gives many improvements over its predecessor. However, its vastly overpriced compared to both the GH2 and other cameras in its class. Just wait a year and allow the supply to surpass its demand. By then the price should settle to something reasonable.

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