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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III Digital Camera with 14-42mm EZ Lens - Black £384 w/code @ Camera Centre UK eBay
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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III Digital Camera with 14-42mm EZ Lens - Black £384 w/code @ Camera Centre UK eBay

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Designed to be the ideal travel companion, the third generation of Olympus’ OM-D E-M10 digital camera is packed full of useful features for both beginners and seasoned photographers. With 5-axis in-camera stabilisation, high-speed 121-point contrast autofocus, and 4K video capture, the OM-D E-M10 Mark III offers a whole lot of camera in a stylish, compact, 16MP body. 14-42mm lens is included.



Key Features: Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III Digital Camera


The ideal travel companion: Designed to meet the demands of the modern traveller, the OM-D E-M10 Mark III is lightweight, can be used without a tripod thanks to the 5-axis in-camera stabilisation, and delivers pin-sharp images even in low-light, thanks to the TruePic VIII image processor

Easy-to-use video mode: Olympus have incorporated an intuitive video mode so even the most inexperienced user can pick up the E-M10 Mark III and capture gorgeous 4K video footage

Use your old Olympus lenses: The OM-D E-M10 Mark III uses the same Micro Four Thirds mount as previous models, meaning you can use the glass you already own, if you’re an owner of a similar camera body

Equipped with tools to aid every day photography: Featuring Wi-Fi for convenient image sharing, a tiltable touchscreen LCD that makes shooting at unusual angles easier, and an enlarged grip, making it more comfortable to carry



Key Features: Olympus 14-42mm Lens


Extremely portable: 60.8 x 22.5mm

Only weighs 93g

Compact and powerful 3x zoom

Compatible smartphones can also be used to zoom in and out remotely (via a camera body with built-in Wi Fi)

Stylish metallic look

High-speed contrast AF

Max aperture: f3.5 (wide angle) - f5.6 (telephoto)

Supports manual focusing and zooming

5 circular aperture diaphragm for natural background blurring

Filter Diameter: 37mm


Develop your skills Olympus have developed upgrades and technological advances that provide the user with more creative freedom. The AUTO mode has been improved to provide significantly improved shots in low-light, while the Advanced Photo mode gives the user the ability to experiment with techniques such as multiple exposures and composites.


Packed full of features that make capturing the moment easier 5-axis image stabilisation, an easy-to-use ergonomic design, intuitive controls, and handy assisted shooting modes make the OM-D E-M10 Mark III perfect for those who want to focus on the moment, rather than having to wrestle with a camera



Specifications:


Effective number of pixels: Approximately 16.1 million pixels

Image stabilisation: Built-in 5-axis sensor shift for stills and video

Stabilisation performance: 4.0 EV

Viewfinder: Eye-level OLED viewfinder (2.36M-dot)

Viewfinder field of view: 100%

Live view: 100% field of view

Shutter type:Mechanical and electronic

Shutter range: 1/4000 – 60 sec (with 1/3 EV adjustment straps)

Art filters: Pop Art / Soft Focus, Pale & Light Colour / Light Tone, Grainy Film / Pin Hole, Diorama / Cross Process, Gentle Sepia / Dramatic Tone, Key Line / Water Colour, Vintage / Partial Colour, Bleach Bypass

Video format: MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)

Video modes:

3840 x 216- (4K) / 30p, 25p, 24p

1920 x 1080 (FHD) 30p, 25p, 24p / IPB

1920 x 1080 (FHD) / 60p, 50p / IPB

1280 x 720 (HD) / 30p, 25p, 24p / IPB

1280 x 720 (High speed HD) 120fps MOV

Sequential shooting: S-AF 8.6fps

Dimensions: 121.5 x 83.6 x 49.5mm

Weight: 410g
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Hmmm now do I upgrade from the mk ii?
This is a total bargain with the EZ pancake lens. I own a mk2 and it's outstanding.
Isn't this 349 direct from Olympus?

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Edited by: "praevalens" 25th Feb
Cracking deal
praevalens25/02/2020 12:31

Isn't this 349 direct from Olympus?https://shop.olympus.eu/en_GB/cart.html


Good spot. Won't mind if you post it LOL
bluefish230325/02/2020 13:09

Good spot. Won't mind if you post it LOL


It was posted several days ago, there is also around 10% Quidco/topcashback which potentially knocks it down close to £300. I'm not sure how the deal hasn't got some serious heat, this site confuses me sometimes
praevalens25/02/2020 12:31

Isn't this 349 direct from Olympus?https://shop.olympus.eu/en_GB/cart.html


praevalens25/02/2020 13:05

can't seem to get the link to work, try …can't seem to get the link to work, try thishttps://shop.olympus.eu/en_GB/promo.html?id=11896



bluefish230325/02/2020 13:09

Good spot. Won't mind if you post it LOL



colsey8525/02/2020 16:59

It was posted several days ago, there is also around 10% …It was posted several days ago, there is also around 10% Quidco/topcashback which potentially knocks it down close to £300. I'm not sure how the deal hasn't got some serious heat, this site confuses me sometimes



I can't find it at this price. The cheapest kit with pancake lense is £629 (£479 after discount)

The 14-42mm II R is £349
Edited by: "iamwhoiam" 25th Feb
iamwhoiam25/02/2020 17:07

I can't find it at this price. The cheapest kit with pancake lense is £629 …I can't find it at this price. The cheapest kit with pancake lense is £629 (£479 after discount)The 14-42mm II R is £349


Yes your right different lenses didn't spot that as they are both 14-42mm.

I would still rather the Olympus deal which after cashback knocks it down to around £315 gives you around £65 towards a 2nd lens. But I guess other people may have other preffrances.
colsey8525/02/2020 17:37

Yes your right different lenses didn't spot that as they are both 14-42mm. …Yes your right different lenses didn't spot that as they are both 14-42mm. I would still rather the Olympus deal which after cashback knocks it down to around £315 gives you around £65 towards a 2nd lens. But I guess other people may have other preffrances.


Where are you getting the £315 price from please
Bendown25/02/2020 17:53

Where are you getting the £315 price from please


£349 - 10% presumed cashback from TCB/Quidco = £314.10

Actual rates are:

New customers:
TCB 13.5% Quidco 13.72%

Existing customers:
TCB 10.5% Quidco 10.67%

So assuming the best cashback rate 13.72% gives a final price of £301.12.
bluefish230325/02/2020 18:01

£349 - 10% presumed cashback from TCB/Quidco = £314.10Actual rates are:New …£349 - 10% presumed cashback from TCB/Quidco = £314.10Actual rates are:New customers: TCB 13.5% Quidco 13.72%Existing customers: TCB 10.5% Quidco 10.67%So assuming the best cashback rate 13.72% gives a final price of £301.12.


Quidco and TCB have reduced the rate to 9% new and 7% old
iamwhoiam25/02/2020 18:23

Quidco and TCB have reduced the rate to 9% new and 7% old


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iamwhoiam25/02/2020 18:30

Oh wait, that's on Quidco / TCB premium


Worth paying premium IMO!!
bluefish230325/02/2020 18:32

Worth paying premium IMO!!


I never got round to it. Is it worth it? TCB says £5/yr, Quidco is £12/yr. Obviously for big purchases its worth it!
iamwhoiam25/02/2020 18:33

I never got round to it. Is it worth it? TCB says £5/yr, Quidco is £12/yr. …I never got round to it. Is it worth it? TCB says £5/yr, Quidco is £12/yr. Obviously for big purchases its worth it!


I use TCB personally and don't miss the £5 as it's taken out of your first cashback of the year that's greater than £5.
Cheers you two (highfive). Yes @Bendown if you go through topcashback or quidco they should give you around 9% cashback if your a new customer to Olympus so knocking it down from £349 to around £315. But remember cashback is never guaranteed, should just be looked upon as a bonus, I have not had many problems myself but I know others do, always make sure you allow cookies.
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