She has two E-M1 II bodies. So they will both be replaced. That way she can pick up either and not have to remember the differences between II and III. I will do the likewise for myself later this year for my birthday. Got email that the camera bodies where shipping today. So should get them well before the end of the month.Wow, you’re getting her 2 of them?!
Unfortunately no good deals where I am. Even went into my local store today to try and negotiate a deal. No luck so walked out with no pre order. Will have to wait and see what they offer later in the year. Not even any good lens kit deals this time around. EM5.3 and EM1x both have good deals at the moment.
My dealer said he is required to supply Olympus the model and serial number of the trade in camera to qualify for the $200 off. Are you suggesting that with UPP you only have to get a quote for the trade, not actually supply the camera itself?
In the past this is what our dealer said as well but with the addition that you did not actually have to hand in your camera, it was only a check that you were a past Oly customer.My dealer said he is required to supply Olympus the model and serial number of the trade in camera to qualify for the $200 off. Are you suggesting that with UPP you only have to get a quote for the trade, not actually supply the camera itself?
My dealer needs the actual trade in, in hand. It needs to be a working, digital, interchangeable lens camera body. I bought an old digital Canon Rebel body from KEH for $29 to use as my trade in. I will get a dollar or two as the value for the trade (plus the $200 off). My dealer says he will hold the Rebel for a month or so should Olympus do a store check and than the Rebel goes in the dumpster.In the past this is what our dealer said as well but with the addition that you did not actually have to hand in your camera, it was only a check that you were a past Oly customer.
But that was a few years ago now. Back then it was a fixed sum whether you gave the serial for an old dud camera or a current model.
Olympus Australia must be really confident with this release since they are not offering any good kits.
Go to B&H website and apply for the Payboo B&H credit card, they pay the tax! Took all of 3 minutes when I applied last month and I got instant approval. But you must pay the purchase off in full by the next statement, which has a 25 day +/- grace period, or some big interest charges occur. B&H has a great website for trade-ins with checkboxes for all accessories, just be honest on the condition and what you are including and you will get an instant quote. They pay for the shipping of the trade-in and they send the new EM1 MKIII via free next day air. In my case I am trading in a 2012 EM5 and getting the $200 discount plus $165 for the camera. My final cost is $1,434 which is very fair to me as I paid $1,425 for my original EM1 back in 2013.I received a code after submitting info of my camera. I’m able to check out with the 200 dollars off. I didn’t do it because with taxes it comes close to 1800. If it was 1599 total maybe I would consider it.