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It says $799.
The link now (3:18 EST) says $349.
Hmm. Says $349 for me too. Not sure what's going on...
Nice deal. I got mine (body-only, just like Adorama) from Roberts Camera a couple of months ago for $399. But it included the VF-4 viewfinder, which was enough to get me to pull the trigger instantly.
Amazon itself is offering the same $349 for the body right now, with only 11 left as I type this.
Amazon.com : Olympus E-P5 16.1MP Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD- Body Only (Black) : Compact System Digital Cameras : Camera & Photo
Folks, if you have any interest in the E-P5, now's the time to do do it. New examples won't be around much longer - certainly not at $349 or $399.
It must be just me. Over $1200 with the lens.
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Adorama - it was $349 and now it's $799.. Another price mistake?
Amazon is still $349.
There it is. I see it for $349 at Amazon.
I wouldn't buy the E-P5 without the EVF though. The Roberts Camera deal for $399 was better since the VF-4 was included for $50 more.
These should work:
Those work. I was feeling marginalized.
This deal came too late at this moment 'cause I already bought a E-PL7 and a Canon SL1 body this month.
when I check out the price goes back to $799 :-(
Henry's has it for $309.75: OLYMPUS PEN E-P5 16.1MP MIRRORLESS DIGITAL CAMERA/SILVER/MICRO 4/3/NEW
And Robert's still has kits with vf4 and 17/1.8 for $700: Olympus E-P5 16.1 MP Mirrorless Camera with VF-4 Viewfinder and 17mm f/1.8 Lens
Are Canadian orders to the US still covered under warranty? 309 is a crazy price.
Probably. It's kind of a gray area.
Amazon has it for $350, too. Only in black and they only have a few left: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CI3R7BM
Having purchased a few Olympus cameras from Canada, I researched this issue a little. The newer models, after September or October 2014, come with a warranty that covers regions, one defined as Americas, or North America, which covers Canada, US, and I think Mexico. Before that Olympus had International warranties. This camera could be on the "borderline," no joke intended, but I would guess it would be covered by one or the other warranty in either case. You could phone Henry's and ask if that would influence your purchase. I don't know if that's much help, but it put my mind at ease to encourage recent purchases.
Looks like the Amazon sale is over. It says $799 whether I'm logged in ir not.
Looks like the one offered by Henry's also gone.
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