GX1 with lens now for $449 only. X zoom for $229.


It’s hard to imagine that there is will be no GX2 launch soon when watching these continuous price drops on the GX1. It now sell with kit lens for $449 at Amazon (Click here). I think this is the fourth or fifth small price drop in two months. And the Silver GX1 with 14-42mm X pancake zoom sells for $549 on Kenmore eBay (Click here).

More deals:
The 45-175mm X zoom got a huge $70 price drop at Amazon (Click here).There is also a Gold Box deal on a Panasonic compact camera on Amazon. And here some GF3 and PEN deals:

Panasonic GF3:
Red body with 14mm pancake for $319 at Samys eBay (Click here).
Black body with 14mm pancake for $329 at Samys eBay (Click here).
via Slidoo.

Olympus E-PM1:
Brown E-PM1 with 14-42mm lens for $299 at Lawrence eBay (Click here).
White E-PM1 with 14-42mm lens for $299 at Lawrence eBay (Click here).
via Slidoo.

Olympus E-PM5:
Silver refurbished E-M5 for $849 at Cameta eBay (Click here).
via Slidoo.

  • Bite Me

    A fire sale?

  • QBNY

    Best MFT camera out right now at that price. Looks like a miniaturized L-1 without the VF. The clip on VF is way better than the EVF-1. I take this camera with me everywhere.

    If only Panasonic would make a slightly smaller DMC-L1, with a larger sensor, that makes use of the MFT lenses.

    Home run.

  • Anonymous

    It’s becoming all to apparent how much of a blunder it was for Panasonic, not to put a viewfinder in the GX1, now. With the better Oly sensor and a good chance the EP5 will have a built in viewfinder, Panasonic now takes to steps backwards. I see even cheaper prices ahead.

    • It should have been the GF-3!

      and the GF-3 should have been the first of a new series name. That blunder just confused everybody!

  • Anonymous

    They are just giving the 45-175mm lens away now.

  • What a great camera. So underrated.

  • Anonymous

    The 45-175 price is for the sliver lens. The black one is almost a hundred bucks more.

  • Anonymous

    I like the style,button, and the size of GX1 but i don’t like the IQ come out from this camera,.so I had to sell it after played for a months ,.still remember how high the price was at 700$ + the EVf 2 250$,.but its very cheap right now,.wow ,not even one year

  • Garypen

    I’m happy I got the 45-175 for a Gold Box deal of $199 from Amazon.
    I also got the GX1 with Power Zoom lens for $612 directly from Panasonic.
    So, I’m not too upset with the recent price drops.

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