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Olympus OM-D E-M10 II with 14-42mm Lens and 32GB SD Card $599 (Was $799), Sony KD75X7800F 75" 4K $1995 @ JB Hi-Fi



The OM-D E-M10 Mark II is the only entry class interchangeable lens camera with 5-axis image stabilisation. With this camera, anyone can take beautiful interchangeable lens quality photos anywhere. Designed with an emphasis on operability and premium finish, the compact design of the metal body provides outstanding portability and stylishness beyond its class. It is an interchangeable lens camera that can be used anytime, anywhere, every day of the week.

Key Features

Blur-free images with 5-axis image stabilisation
Many bad photos that appear to be out of focus are actually caused by camera shake. Because the E-M10 Mark II is equipped with 5-axis image stabilisation, you can capture beautiful interchangeable lens camera quality photos anytime, anywhere.

Easy-to-use, Stylish, Compact Design
Small enough to easily take with you, and with a stylish design that makes you want to carry it around, the OM-D E-M10 Mark II is an interchangeable lens camera you can use every day.

High-speed Performance for Capturing the Best Expressions
Touch AF Shutter, popular for its speed and ease of use, accurately captures the expressions of fast-moving subjects with its high-speed performance.

2.36-million dot electronic viewfinder
The E-M10 Mark II OLED electronic viewfinder provides high-resolution at 2.36 million dots. The 100% field of view display is larger than that of same-class interchangeable lens cameras.

Creative Photo Functions
The OM-D E-M10 Mark II is packed with functions for capturing creative photos. Capture the rich personality hidden in normal, everyday scenes.

Easily connect to a smartphone to share images
The OM-D E-M10 Mark II has built-in Wi-Fi for easy connection to a smartphone via the Olympus Image Share app. With this feature you can quickly share images stored on the camera. You can also control the camera, add location information acquired on the smartphone to images, and apply Art Filters to recorded images.

4K Time Lapse movie
Time Lapse movie is now compatible with 4K, a resolution with four times the pixels of Full HD.

Flip-up monitor lets you shoot at the angle you like
You can flip the monitor in a range between 85 degrees upward and 45 degrees downward for shooting at low and high angles.

Sony KD75X7800F 75" 4K UHD Android Smart LCD LED TV


One chip, incredibly real
With Object-based HDR remaster and Super Bit Mapping 4K HDR technology, our 4K HDR Processor X1™ reproduces enhanced depth, textures and natural colours. You’ll see pure colours at higher brightness levels for exceptionally realistic pictures.

Rediscover the detail in 4K
Every image is upscaled closer to true 4K quality for remarkable clarity on this 4K Ultra HD TV with 4K X-Reality PRO. Images are sharpened and refined in real time, revealing extra detail in the books and architecture of the library.

Discover thrilling 4K HDR entertainment
This TV brings you the excitement of movies and games in 4K HDR. It handles a variety of HDR formats, including HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma.

Just talk, a fun way to explore new worlds
Find all the entertainment you can dream of, as fast as you can talk. With voice remote control, this Android smart TV brings you movies and TV shows from apps or broadcast in an instant.23

Works with Alexa
Connect your Alexa enabled devices for seamless hands-free control of a Sony TV. With Alexa, you can power up your TV, change channels, control volume and more.

Our Android 4K TVs are recommended by Netflix
Netflix have created an easy way for you to identify TVs with better performance, easier app access, and new features that make for a better smart TV. Netflix Recommended TVs help you to enjoy popular shows and movies with a dedicated button and voice control.

Designed to keep your focus on the picture
Maximise your space, minimise your cables. This slimline 4K Ultra HD TV is edged in a narrow aluminium effect frame for beautiful looks, allowing it to blend into your living space easily. Clever cable management keeps wires secured and hidden at the front.4

Key Features

4K UHD (3840x2160) High Dynamic Range

4K HDR Processor X1

Motionflow XR

4K X-Reality PRO

Android TV

Super Bit Mapping™ 4K HDR

Object-based HDR remaster

Chromecast Built-In

Clearphase for smooth, balanced frequencies

Cinematic S-Force Front Surround

4 x HDMI Input

3 x USB Ports

Related Stores

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  • +3 votes

    I'd wait til new year's sales for camera deals. Got my Olympus EM-10 Mk III for 650 from DigiDirect then 150 Olympus cashback card on top of that.

    Got my 14-42mm secondhand for 80, but new they're only like 200 anyway.

  • +1 vote

    Pretty decent camera at that price, it's the older model but the Mk III wasn't a huge improvement over the Mk II. The 14-42mm lens is a nice compact lens too, and if you want more reach the 40-150mm lenses are quite cheap.

  • +1 vote

    Bought the E-M10 II 2 years ago at HN for a similar price. I'm sure you could haggle over the price. It will only be a bargain if it's not more than $500.

    • +1 vote

      Not too bad. It's almost an E-M5 Mark II…but not quite. If I was looking at this, I'd probably chuck in an additional $150 for a E-M5ii body (maybe only $100 more actually, but perhaps from a slightly less reputable seller than JB, where the E-M5ii is currently $1200). I already have a small collection of MFT lenses though. The E-M10 ii has been replaced, and the E-M5 ii is probably going to be replaced soonish…maybe…sorta…

      For what it is though, you'd have to say it's still pretty decent value. You basically get a camera that will own any phone camera, and gives a bit of space to learn.


        $694 appears to be the best price on a E-M5 Mark II just now @ TobyDeals which I presume is a grey-import without local warranty.
        If you are starting out, add another $171 for included lens, so it's close to $300 difference.


          Copy that. No need for another kit lens here, so I'd be looking at something like that I guess. New users…for sure…go the E-M10 MkII….or find something secondhand.

      • +1 vote

        That's certainly the choice I went with, paid a bit extra and for an E-M5 II with a 14-150mm lens (local stock) for $975 thanks to a 20% off Ebay sale plus $200 cashback from Olympus. Ended up with a weatherproof setup with a more versatile lens, and some cooler features like the 40mp mode.

  • +1 vote

    Whereeeeeeee is my oly em5 mk3… My heart jumps everytime I see Olympus deals come up in hopes haha.

    • +1 vote

      I'm fairly new to MFT…but I've gone from almost total lack of awareness, to GAS fuelled trawling the web for news on the E-M5 mkIII (and I see Olympus has at least confirmed that it is something they will be doing…ummm…someday).

      It was an original E-M5 that I picked up recently secondhand. Also found an Oly 45mm 1.8 to go on it (I'm a bit of a primes shooter). Wow. Pretty impressed, especially considering how old it is now. Not quite as good as my APS-C for picture quality, but it does pretty well, and boy is it fun to use. Suddenly I have a 20mm, a 14mm, and a couple of kit lenses as well, and I'm looking forward to finding a bargain little used E-M5 MkII, and/or the MkII whenever it is finally released.

  • +1 vote

    I showed the guy at my local JB the (now expired) HN Price ( https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/449117 ) and counted with the best he could do was $569 - $30 better than their discounted list price.


    $549 right now on Amazon.


      I can’t find it on there?


        My bad…I was e-mailed by Amazon, and assumed it was Amazon AU, but it was Amazon US so it is USD. Crazy stupid high price for that camera. What are they thinking!?

        As you were.

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