Refurbished stuff in Europe

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A couple of weeks ago I found a nice store named Olympusmarket that sells Olympus refurbished cameras and lenses. They sell in Europe only and have pretty good deals! I didn’t find any similar stores for Asia or US. Ans I also didn’t find any similar  eBay-store with refurbished Panasonic cameras. Those are the latest auctions:

1) There are ten 14-150mm Micro Four Thirds lenses for 399 Euro (Click here to see them on Olympusmarket)
2) The Four Thirds 40-150mm lens (Click here)
3) Silver E-PL1 body (Click here)
4) Silver E-P1 with kit lens (Click here)
5) Black Olympus E-P2 body (Click here)

P.S.: I already bought two E-P1 cameras at Olympusmarket (one white for 201 Euro and one silver for 232 Euro).

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  • Oh no, not again …
    This will once again raise auction results so a formerly good source for PENs at reasonable prices could be getting too expensive. :-(

  • Andi

    What the fuck…

    Please, stop pushing this shop.
    The prices are definitely too high!!!

    Um es mal auf Deutsch zu sagen(ist schließlich ein Deutscher Ebay-Händler): Die Preise dort sind teilweise ziemlich nah an dem was man selbst bei den relativ teuren typischen Deutschen Händlern bezahlt…

    Please stop these unnecessary commercials.

    • admin

      Hi Andi! I got two E-P1 for 200 Euros. I would say that’s a good price! The 14-150mm lens is priced at 399 Euro which is 50 Euro less than the cheapes price I found at german stores (Check idealo.de). Please send me a link where you can find the cameras cheaper than at Olympusmarket.

    • GreyOwl

      Bad language…

      • admin

        ops. Will try to correct.

  • I bought a PL1-Kit for less than € 300, but that was in december. Right now the prices there are much higher, and i am afraid that this is also because the shop has been made a bit too public by this site …
    No offense, but i’d prefer to keep this shop a little less well-known.

  • Skrytebane

    They send to EU only, not all of Europe. (I asked them.)

  • Tom

    Yea,
    prices are pretty high indeed. I used to buy 4/3s lenses there for almost half the price a year ago… and now prices are pretty the same as in normal stores :/

  • John

    Oh, please don’t do that, admin! Have mercy with us poor lot!
    197 Euro for the E-P1 two days before the end of auction… a month ago that’s where the prices ended.
    Honestly, any particular reason why you didn’t post about olympusmarket before you bought your camera, eh? ;-)

    • admin

      Honest answer. I bought my second E-P1 after posting the links to the Olympusmarket store. yes I know, I am really stupid :)

      • John

        Oh, please, you’re not and you know that. ;)
        Well, how did the saying go: if life gives you lemon, make lemonade! :D

        • admin

          Oh yes. Silver with black 14-42mm lens. The week before I saw them for 170 Euro, Now they are up to 230-240 Euro.

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