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Olympus OM-D E-M1X Mirrorless Camera - Body Only $3390 Plus $500 Visa Prepaid + Delivery (Free with First) @ Kogan

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If you balk at $4K cameras or micro 4/3 format, you can stop reading here :-) This camera is not for the mass but for the minority who are looking for a professional grade micro 4/3. RRP $4499, Kogan seems to have the cheapest price that qualifies for the OLYMPUS E-M1X Bonus Promotion $500 Visa prepaid
In addition to Olympus claim, Cash Rewards takes another 3% off (pre-claim) ~$90! Net cost ~$2800.

Spiel:
Designed with professional photographers in mind, The Olympus OM-D E-M1X Mirrorless Camera is built to meet the performance needs of even the most demanding photographers.
Specs:
3.0” vari-angle monitor
4/3 Live MOS sensor
Built-in 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilisation
Approx. 2.36M dot eye-level electronic viewfinder
Dust, splash and freeze proof design
Never miss a split-second photo with ultra highspeed sequential shooting that supersedes SLRs. Dual UHS-II slots that accommodate two high-speed cards to ensure high performance and usability during sequential shooting.
OM-D Movie capability provides powerful image stabilisation for handheld cinema-quality 4K video recording. The E-M1X also features OM-Log mode, providing a flat colour profile for shooting and post production colour grading for videographers.
Featuring two TruePic VIII image processors and subject detection auto focus (AF) technology, the Olympus OM-D E-M1X Mirrorless Camera delivers stunning image quality with the ability to produce 50MP equivalent handheld high resolution shots.

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  • +1 vote

    But the E-M1 Mk III is still cheaper, even after the $500 back from Olympus for pretty much the same camera.

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    Looks like a badass camera.

  • +3 votes

    Amazing camera. But not worth it.

  • +3 votes

    No doubt a very capable camera, but jebus, when you consider the bodies in larger-sensor formats that $3k+ can get you…

  • +1 vote

    Why not just get the E-M1.3 - same camera really but even that is absurdly priced.

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      I guess it is a niche high end professional product so priced accordingly (other brands have their own flagships at mid boggling prices too). The main features I see it have over the standard E-M1.3 are:
      *Hand grip
      *Two batteries
      *Two UHS-II card slots
      *Integrated field sensors including a GPS, a barometer and a compass
      *Intelligent Subject Detection (cars, bikes, planes, trains)
      *Extreme weather sealing, even with external cables connected.
      Normal consumers won't get it. But I do get it that there are professional action and sport photographers/adventurers who want the maximum edge as they make a living from their photos.
      If I don't require those features and use my own money, I would be happy getting a Lumix G9 being the best bangs for bucks.

  • -2 votes

    for the money better get something full frame, professional grade camera with such tiny sensor, couple with mediocre range of lense won't buy anyone but those hardcore 4/3 fanbois.

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