B&H Black Friday Olympus Camera Sale: Save up to $1,300 today! | Digital Camera World

2021-11-25 10:11:57 By : Mr. Polyva Xu

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MFT fans are rejoicing-now Olympus cameras have many discounts, and MFT lenses have also reduced prices

Olympus cameras are one of our favorites and almost always appear in our lists of the best cameras for beginners, best cameras for travel, and even the best cameras for enthusiasts. This year, Black Friday brought some real bargains, not only the Olympus camera body-Olympus M.Zuiko lenses also have great savings.

The price reduction of OM-D E-M5 III left us a particularly deep impression. This is a powerful audiophile/semi-professional camera with high-speed professional shooting mode, 4K video, real-time synthesis and other functions-we don't remember seeing it at a discount for so long before. Then came the extraordinary Olympus OM-D E-M1X. This may not be as high as Olympus had hoped, but it is still a very fast and powerful professional sports camera, and these Black Friday discounts are spectacular.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III body, now priced at US$899! You can save $300 by purchasing a powerful but compact mid-range Olympus camera. The E-M5 III is somewhere between the entry-level E-M10 and the high-end E-M1 models, and offers many value-for-money features and functions—especially the $300 discount. U.S. transaction

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III 12-45mm, the current price of 1,299 US dollars. Buy this powerful mid-range Olympus mirrorless camera and versatile 12-45mm f/4 Pro lens, you can save 550 US dollars, provided 24-90mm equivalent focal length and constant f/4 maximum aperture. This is a huge discount. U.S. transaction

Olympus OM-D E-M1X body, only 1,699 US dollars! This saves $1,300 compared to Olympus' high-end professional sports cameras. Designed to compete with professional cameras such as EOS-1D X III and Nikon D6, the E-M1X did not gain exactly the same traction-but Olympus’ loss is our gain, because we can now buy this professional like crazy Camera price! U.S. transaction

We are also big fans of Olympus lenses. They are divided into two groups: ultra-compact prime and zoom lenses designed for the company's smaller models, and constant aperture professional lenses designed for its larger cameras. Both sets of lenses are very suitable for their very different markets, and we have listed three specials for Black Friday lenses below.

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 25mm f/1.8, the current price is $299. You can save $100 by buying this 50mm-equivalent "Pretty Fifty" camera for use in E-M10 IV and E-M5 III and other Olympus Micro Quads Three-quarters camera-it is also suitable for Lumix G mirrorless cameras. This is an excellent standard prime lens, and it is very light and compact. U.S. transaction

The original price of the Olympus 12-45mm f/4 PRO was US$649, and the current price is US$549. You can save US$100 by purchasing this compact and lightweight standard zoom lens for Olympus cameras. It is smaller and lighter than the ordinary 12-40mm f/2.8, and is more suitable for smaller models such as E-M10 and E-M5. U.S. transaction

The original price of the Olympus 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO was US$1,499, and the current price is US$1,349. You can save US$150 by purchasing this constant aperture professional telephoto zoom lens for Olympus cameras. What Olympus MFT system really works is the smaller size, weight and cost of longer telephoto lenses like this (equivalent to 80-300 mm). U.S. transaction

These are just a few of the amazing Black Friday deals currently underway. Check out our best Black Friday camera deals for more information-there are so many popular price cut offers now that we have divided them into sections for easy navigation!

Rod is the group review editor for the entire photography portfolio of Digital Camera World and Future. He has decades of experience using various cameras. Previously, he served as the technical editor of N-Photo, the testing supervisor of the photography department, and the Camera Channel editor of TechRadar. Since they first appeared, he has been writing articles about photography technology, photo editing and digital cameras. Before that, his career began to write about film photography. He used and reviewed almost all interchangeable lens cameras introduced in the past 20 years, from entry-level DSLRs to medium format cameras, as well as lenses, tripods, gimbals, light meters, camera bags, etc.

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