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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Limited Edition Green Kit $299 @ Move Store

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Have noticed this product was last posted on ozbargain for $649 in july 2015
https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/202620

of course the original colours look better, and this camera was released in 2014 and since been superseded… but if you dont mind a bit of green, this is well under that price..

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  • +1 vote

    This is very cheap!

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    ordered one - none in stock to c&c so chose delivery for 9.95

  • +1 vote

    Wow great price! I would highly recommend the system too (micro four thirds)

    If you're looking at getting into, or testing out, interchangeable lenses then jump on this.

  • +4 votes

    Out of stock

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    Wow. Lucky I got my order through just in time, looks like the site is down atm.

    edit: I stand corrected. Site seems to be up.

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    working for me

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    "of course the original colours look better, but if you dont mind a bit of green, this is well under that price.."
    nope, black is pure boring.
    if this is orange or red i might get it

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    Thanks, got one for delivery.

  • +1 vote

    Haha, this looks like my first camera.

    40 years ago, an OM-1MD, never did end up buying the motor drive.

  • +2 votes

    seems to be out of stock for delivery

    • +1 vote

      There is stock, however the checkout process is hopeless. Took me five attempts to allow home delivery order.

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        Looks like you may have got lucky.
        I've refreshed and tried almost everything to select delivery with no success

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    I am so jealous I wish I didn't have a camera so I could buy this.

  • +1 vote

    Out of stock? Can't seem to get it delivered. Even when I try C&C it says sold out

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    Very cheap -

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    +1
    tempted to get it, this price is a steal

    Sigh anyway I got a camera already but yea good bargain for anyone who get this. :)

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    Anyone else having success? I can get to the shopping cart but neither delivery not click and collect are working.

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    Thanks Just bought one. Im going to Bali in 2 weeks time. Can I claim tax back at the airport?

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    No Stock for delivery. Not sure if there's any click and collect stock. Tested a bunch of post codes and couldn't find any stock.

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    Already mentioned, they may have the LE kit for same price https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/222849?page=2#comment-3248...

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    Doesn't work sadly :(

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    Should I get this….???

    Olympus E-M10 or Nikon 5300 ??

    • +2 votes

      'Depends on what you want!'

      The E-M10 has a smaller sensor (micro four-thirds) than the Nikon 5300 (APS). The 5300 has more megapixels and can be expected to perform better at higher ISOs (especially at ISO 6400). However, the E-M10 is lighter in weight, and the entire micro four-thirds system will generally have lenses which are smaller and lighter than the Nikon equivalents. This is particularly since Nikon/Canon often make their lenses for an even larger sensor (35mm), which makes the lenses heavier and larger than is necessary for an APS camera.

      With the Nikon system, you can buy much larger cameras than the 5300 which use the same lens system.
      With the micro four-thirds system, you can buy much smaller cameras (and some larger cameras) which use the same lens system.

      If taking photos is the only thing you are doing when you carry a camera, weight might not matter. If, however, you also need to play with the children, carry lunch, and 30kg of other luggage in aeroplanes and small taxis, you might appreciate the value of a lighter and smaller camera system.

      The larger sensor also has a shallower 'depth-of-field'. If you like photos where the eyes of a single person are in focus, but the some of the hairs on the same person's head is not in focus, you probably should be purchasing a 35mm sensor camera anyway. If you want a camera which takes photos where two people or more are in focus, smaller sensors with 'wide' depths-of-field are better.

      The E-M10 is 'mirror-free'. This contains some subtle benefits, including smaller size, but also means you will use an electronic viewfinder EVF, just like most movie cameras. The Nikon is an SLR, which means when you use the viewfinder, the image you see has been reflected through a mirrors (more expensive SLRs will use a prism). Some people prefer prisms and mirrors, but the electronic viewfinder on the E-M10 will actually provide a larger view than any APS camera, and provides useful overlay information. In my opinion, even when using a prismed APS viewfinder, it is nowhere near as good as a modern EVF, or the prismed viewfinder on a 35mm SLR.

      For example, an electronic viewfinder can show exposure compensation (brighter or darker than what the camera thinks is the right exposure) 'live', whereas on a prism/mirror viewfinder, your chosen exposure compensation is just guesswork. Of course, with experience, you might become a good guesser.

      The E-M10 is not the most budget interchangeable-lens camera in the Olympus range. For example, it has twin control dials e.g. one for aperture control, and the other for exposure-compensation. The 5300 only has one control dial.

      There are probably dozens of other differences. Perhaps read the camera review on a site like www.dpreview.com?

  • -2 votes

    What a crap website.. Wouldn't let me check out and now it's all gone..

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    haha, probs wrong price

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    That is a ridiculous price. Good job to anyone who managed to score one!

  • +10 votes

    Another great camera deal I missed out on. I'd hit myself, but whats the point if I can't capture the moment..

  • +1 vote

    Bought mine for $650 a few months ago.. Sigh it's such a steal at this price

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    There might still be stock of Olympus OMD EM5 TLK at DS stores for $298

    Cat: XG1177

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      Cheers for the tip, got the last one I could find near me in Victoria, display model, but seems to be fine, might need a sensor clean but other than that it seems good.

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    Canon PowerShot SX700 is $74.70 if anyones interested.

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    Anyone revived a confirmation email for this? Paypal charge has been made, but I never recived any sort of confirmation the order has been received/progressed?

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    I want to give this a negative, not because it's a bad deal, but I think it's probably the best way for it to fall off from the front page, otherwise people will keep seeing this deal and upvoting it because it's a good deal despite it being not available.

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    Move stores were selling these way before this deal was posted. Good chance some stores were already out of stock before this was posted. Would not be surprised if some orders get cancelled.

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    geez how could this be so cheap!!??

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    Has anyone received the shipping confirmation? I got the order acknowledgement but so far I havent seen shipping detail

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    I've just had a call from Justin at Dick Smith. There is no stock and my order has been cancelled.

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    Anyone receive any update re their order? Cancellation, shipping update, no change?

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    Nothing so far…they went quite lol

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      haha, yeah, just thinking if they in reality have no stock, I want my money back now instead of this dragging out for weeks.

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    I haven't received anything since the order confirmation. I have called them and spoke to someone in some country who said they are out of stock and I can either wait or get it cancelled. I said I'd wait and asked for an ETA. After explaining what ETA meant, they said they dont know.

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    I got the same answer lol. I said I will wait but doubt they will back order.

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    Got my refund for this order

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      OP here, got my refund too.. :(

      pretty annoyed, no email, no explanation..
      ordered this before i posted here, yet still missed out

      ended up buying elsewhere for a higher price..
      anyone found a good deal for the 25mm 1.8 ?

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