US deals: $200 off on E-M1 with 12-40mm lens kit (and lot of free extras)

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You save $200 and get a lot of free extras on the E-M1 with 12-40mm kit sold at Amazon US (Click here) and Focus Camera (Click here). Really, quite a lot of stuff you get here 🙂

Two more new US deals:
E-PM2 double lens kit for $419 at Amazon US (Click here).
Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 for $369 at MzGameras eBay (Click here).

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  • This reminds me… STILL WAITING on my Olympus $200 rebate for the lens/body purchase.

  • Paul

    Common, the rebate is normal at this kit, isn’t it? And a lot of stuff? is the cheapest stuff ever. Admin, you don’t have to make news from anything only for audience.

    • BdV

      Yea, why not instead mention this news update (never mind the 2013 typo) on the metabones website:

      News update

      23 Jan 2013: New version of Canon FD to Micro Four Thirds Speed Booster is released and is compatible with Olympus OM-D E-M1 camera.

  • Svenlovesflo

    E-PM 2 double lens kit is a nice price…but it was at least 40 dollars cheaper around Christmas

  • Chad

    Besides the wool buds and maybe the dust blower I don’t think I would use any of those other ‘extras’.

  • MN

    I believe this deal is true wherever the Olympus brand is being sold. I was in a camera shop yesterday and they were showing me the $200 price deal.

  • Matt

    I would be happy to just get $30 instead of all the extras.

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