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Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 30 mm F3.5 Macro Lens MFT Cameras - £160.97 (£155.80 via Revolut) @ Amazon Germany
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Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 30 mm F3.5 Macro Lens MFT Cameras - £160.97 (£155.80 via Revolut) @ Amazon Germany

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Refreshed 30th Jun (Posted 27th Jun)Edited by:"maloar"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

EDIT Olympus M.ZUIKO 60mm 1:2.8 DIGITAL ED Lens - NOW £314.72 (£304.31 via Revolut)
amazon.de/gp/…2Y2

Olympus 8 mm M.ZUIKO Digital ED 1:1.8 Fisheye PRO Lens - £634.92
amazon.de/gp/…c=1

*EDIT - Several other lens can be purchased for decent prices also using vouchers* Good spot by dolanduck

Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 45mm 1:1.8 Lens - £186.56
amazon.de/gp/…7GI

Olympus 25mm 1:1.8 M.Zuiko Digital Lens - £205.04
amazon.de/gp/…EA8

Olympus M.ZUIKO 60mm 1:2.8 DIGITAL ED Lens - £384.72
amazon.de/gp/…2Y2

Now not available. This is temporarily out of stock but can be ordered.
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 45mm F1.2 PRO Lens- £797.57
amazon.de/gp/…K3J

This is temporarily out of stock but can be ordered.
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 300 mm 1:4.0 IS Pro Lens - £2057.02 (£1990.75 via Revolut)
amazon.de/gp/…38O

This is a great price for this lens.

Pre-owned ones are selling for more on eBay.

To get this price you need to apply the 75 Euro voucher on the product page.

You can save another £5 by using a fee free card.

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  • Ideally suited for: Macro, landscape, travel, nature and portrait - equivalent to a 60 mm 35 mm lens
  • The fast and quiet autofocus of the MSC mechanism is ideal for subtle photo and video recording
  • With a length of only 49.5 mm, can be a compact and lightweight companion on every journey
  • Outstanding image quality, with pin-sharp images right up to the edges of the image
  • Compact design with high quality metal bayonet
  • Delivers razor-sharp details and harmonious bokeh thanks to high luminous intensity with an aperture of f3.5
  • Included: Lens, lens cap (LC-62D), lens back cap (LR-2), instruction manual, Olympus warranty card

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Good deal. Olympus still have a good system and the gear will work for a very long time. Gear-obsessed monkeys with little talent will tell you 'switch to full frame!!11!'
Also worth noting - 45 1.8 and 25 1.8 are also in voucher offer at incredibly good prices. This and those 2 lenses, with an M5 II would be a good low cost option
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Good deal. Olympus still have a good system and the gear will work for a very long time. Gear-obsessed monkeys with little talent will tell you 'switch to full frame!!11!'
Also worth noting - 45 1.8 and 25 1.8 are also in voucher offer at incredibly good prices. This and those 2 lenses, with an M5 II would be a good low cost option
Also with noting the 17mm F1.8 and the 300mm f4 PRO are cheaper than the current UK prices.
SpindleDick27/06/2020 21:57

Also with noting the 17mm F1.8 and the 300mm f4 PRO are cheaper than the …Also with noting the 17mm F1.8 and the 300mm f4 PRO are cheaper than the current UK prices.


17mm seems to be cheaper on amazon uk?
£300
£330 on .de
Thanks
Good deals in the description - Well done OP for editing
dolanduck27/06/2020 22:31

Good deals in the description - Well done OP for editing


It's got colder since I added the other deals.
maloar27/06/2020 22:56

It's got colder since I added the other deals.


There should be further reductions - I previously bought new the 30mm for £96 and the 45mm for £169. Also the 60mm was less than £340 at some point this year.
Odd, I thought, it's €165 in my basket, how can the price in pounds be £160?

Exchange rate is atrocious at the moment.
Thanks op, my wife isn't going to be happy, that's my 4th lens purchase in 2 months.
lizardkiss28/06/2020 05:16

There should be further reductions - I previously bought new the 30mm for …There should be further reductions - I previously bought new the 30mm for £96 and the 45mm for £169. Also the 60mm was less than £340 at some point this year.


Yes, I got the 30mm macro for £96 from SRS Microsystems on Black Friday. I know these might be the best prices available now but I agree there will probably be better offers if people are prepared to wait.
Edited by: "widebob" 30th Jun
A lovely lens, got it for £99 a few months ago and well worth it. Use it on a panasonic gx7, occasionally struggles to focus in close up but a workaround is to out my hand in front of the lens, focus on that, then remove my hand and refocus on the object! As well as macro it is good for portraits 🏼
Nice price. I'd get the 60mm if you're interested in macro, it's so good. It's probably been my most used lens the last 6 months
Was going to buy the 30mm Macro from Hdew for £199 so glad i saw this first. I think it will complement my olympus 45mm and 15mm panasonic lenses well.

I also have a second hand 40-150 r lens on the way to.

Any others worth buying?
Edited by: "slipthru25" 28th Jun
Olympus has announced that it is selling its camera division to Japan Industrial Partners and I'm concerned about updates and warranty...
jackw3328/06/2020 20:21

Olympus has announced that it is selling its camera division to Japan …Olympus has announced that it is selling its camera division to Japan Industrial Partners and I'm concerned about updates and warranty...


I watched the following and it has a gerat discussion about the sale
youtube.com/wat…PEI
I'm sticking with M43 as I found the cameras to be a manageable size and the lenses are brilliant. I have a M10 Mk3 and I'm looking at asecond hand M5 Mk2. I have the 25 and 45 prime lenses and the 40-150 Zuiko and 12-60 Lumix lenses + the cheap fisheye so I'm fully engaged. I'd go for a second hand body and new lenses , if possible.
Edited by: "gordo1964" 28th Jun
gordo196428/06/2020 21:42

I watched the following and it has a gerat discussion about the sale …I watched the following and it has a gerat discussion about the sale https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBkoAam3PEII'm sticking with M43 as I found the cameras to be a manageable size and the lenses are brilliant. I have a M10 Mk3 and I'm looking at asecond hand M5 Mk2. I have the 25 and 45 prime lenses and the 40-150 Zuiko and 12-60 Lumix lenses + the cheap fisheye so I'm fully engaged. I'd go for a second hand body and new lenses , if possible.


Depending on how many lenses you normally take with you, if you take a whole bunch of M43 lenses most of time, a high res FF combo does not have to be bigger to cover the same focal length range and apertures. It is different though if you normally only carry one or two.

Since you are already watching Tony, here is another piece:
youtube.com/wat…6nA

M43 has other benefits over other systems though, like more efficient IBIS, less rolling shutter effect, etc.
Would this work with the Panasonic G80 I bought because of here a month or so back?
frostbear30/06/2020 19:44

Would this work with the Panasonic G80 I bought because of here a month or …Would this work with the Panasonic G80 I bought because of here a month or so back?



Yes it would
frostbear30/06/2020 19:44

Would this work with the Panasonic G80 I bought because of here a month or …Would this work with the Panasonic G80 I bought because of here a month or so back?


Should do, but I don't think Panasonic has in body stabilisation, something to be aware of.
jazzuk77730/06/2020 20:09

Should do, but I don't think Panasonic has in body stabilisation, …Should do, but I don't think Panasonic has in body stabilisation, something to be aware of.


G80 has IBIS.
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