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E‑M10 Mark III 1442 camera with M.ZUIKO Digital 14‑42mm F3.5‑5.6 II R lens for £371.02 delivered using code @ Olympus Shop
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Some of these Olympus deals are superb, for example this E-M10 Mark III is £70 cheaper than anywhere else (legitimate UK-based shops) at the moment using the code HOLIDAY2020. It … Read more

This one should work because the voucher code is posted and approved on the cashback websites e.g.


In theory, you shouldn't get cashback when using a voucher code. Hope it works for you.


And cashback from Topcashback or Quidco tracking at 14.85% (new customer) or 11.55% (existing customer). Tracked for me at £55.09. Can't beat that!


Sorted now. Be sure to use code HOLIDAY2020 not the one indicated on the Olympus offer page


Tried checking one out but no discount applied and code not recognised. Page still showing deal available, but may have sold out?

Olympus Pen E‑PL8 with 1442 II R Kit lens Camera at Olympus shop for £299 with code at Olympus Shop
Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
Think this has been on in the past, looks like it's up again. Can't find a better price elsewhere.

Oh I am sure there will be. All I am saying is Panasonic want to compete with Sony, Canon and Fuji on video and they had the choice between a new mount or sinking that investment in m43 and they went S1R. I am sure we will see a GH6 and more but at this point they are about as commited to m43 as Sony are to A mount. :p


But Panny FF's are targeted at a different market segment than m43's which are more consumer oriented. I shoot Sony so have no horse in this race, but I still think there will be new m43 gear for the foreseeable future, be it from Panny or someone else.


That's interesting, I didn't know that, I've got a PL9. That's got a mini hdmi connector but no external microphone socket.


If by commitment you mean the same generations old sensor wrapped up in badly aged tech then yes. The S1R and amount of resources being poured into L mount paints a different picture to their PR statements. Without Olympus guidance and R&D (unless someone steps up, won't be Panasonic ;)) it kills m43 as we've known it going forwards.


Panasonic are still committed to m43.

Olympus E‑M10 Mark III + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12‑200MM Lens (worth £729) = £749 (£696 with Quidco) delivered @ Olympus Store
Posted 25th JulPosted 25th Jul
This is a crazy good offer. This lens retails for £729 and the cheapest you can currently get it is £654 from Amazon. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Olympus-M-ZUIKO-Digital-12-200mm-F3… Read more



Forget that.. loads agree that this is good


Gutted that code is not working anymore ;( ;( ;( ;(




Depends on how thorough Olympus are with checking these things. I have used codes with Quidco and havent seen cashback rejected for about 2-3 years because of it.

OM-D E-M10 MK 3 (silver or black) and 14-42 lens £399 at Olympus Shop
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Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
Great camera and will shoot 4K Video with brilliant image stabilisation. Deal ends 31st July E-M10 Mark III 1442 Kit: Only £399 with code EM10399 Go from smart phone to smart ph… Read more

That is pretty cool. Should be posted as a deal, if it hasn't already.


Olympus has image stabilization, the GX7 doesn't


New cameras and lenses are still coming out, service and repair is second two none.


Also take a look at the panasonic 15mm f1.7 lens, i chose this over the 17mm as it is slightly sharper.


IMHO the 17mm as mentioned earlier, although not a proper ultrawide lens, is the best compromise. It strikes the right balance between rendering quality, sharpness, price, size. A great versatile lens. In general m43 is not the ideal system for wide angle photography but with a bit of practice can get good results. You can always go with manual focus options such as the 12mm Rokinon but although these 5mm is a big difference in the wide angles, the 17mm is so good and versatile it's hard not to recommend it.

The Olympus Pen E‑PL9 Pancake Kit with ED 14‑42mm F3.5‑5.6 lens - £359.10 delivered using code @ Olympus Shop
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
A modern classic version of the Olympus Pen (as originally used by at least one famous photographer :) ) Better photographs with no fuss and a beautiful camera to take them on … Read more

Are you alright?


Drunk ??


And that's fair. IMHO, best price doesn't always equal a good deal, but I guess that's why the comment sections are there - for people to debate it :)


I do know this, if you've read one of my comments, my principle is basically to vote something hot if it is cheaper now than it was. Of course you can comment on the value, people post deals of 1 or 2%, the deal here 38% off, which is substantial and unmatched anywhere AFAICS


This is a deal site. We're literally here to vote on deals we think are good or bad, and in turn, discuss them. And give advice, or opinions. But you know this.

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Olymlus E‑M10 Mark III 1442 Kit + 45mm 1.8 lens - £399.99 with code at Olympus Shop
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Olympus E‑M10 Mark III 1442 Kit with free 45mm 1.8 lens flash sale amazing deal includes M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42MM F3.5‑5.6 II R version comes in silver and black Edit : possible … Read more

I didn't break it. It just has a few small dents in the side now. It is okay, just nothing special. You get what you pay for and all that.


You broke it so I doubt you can return it. You can easily get your money back on ebay selling it separately. Its a very good little camera get to know it better you wont be disappointed


I love it! Check out some of the photos taken with this camera: https://www.flickr.com/search/?camera=olympus%2Fe-m10_mark_iii&sort=interestingness-desc&safe_search=1 (mine are in there somewhere...).


I have mine, and been playing around with it? What are peoples thoughts? I think it is very very average so far. I think in some circumstances my phone can do better. Lots of things i dislike about the camera so far. I would return it, but i the strap came undone earlier, and it fell and now has a dent in the side, so i don't think i can return it now right? I am a bit confused as to the good reviews of this, and the free lens too, it doesn't seem particularly special to me. Maybe i am expecting too much for this price point.


I contacted them via Facebook, and to be fair they ensured at least one had dispatched today. I got the email notification as well. Good service

Olympus Body Cap Lens 15mm F8 (micro four thirds) £69.99 delivered @ Olympus.eu
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Seems to be available directly from Olympus (white only) A similar structure to to 9mm posted here. No aperture adjustment! Manual focusing! Relatively extreme focal length gives a… Read more

It's not available there now, maybe second-hand?


I have this lens and it's certainly fun to play around with. It kind of reminds me of the 110mm cameras I used to mess about with as a kid. It's strength is the spontaneity it offers. I've got some really nice, natural pictures of my kids playing with this lens. That said, I only paid £29 from SRS Microsystems, so it was firmly in impulse buy territory. Not sure I'd pay over double.


I've produced what I consider to be quite good photographs with my phones. i suppose the point may be that it's relatively small and unobtrusive, compared to a zoom lens in the same range for instance and it takes up almost no space in your camera bag


So.... just be sure i've got this right... spend just shy of £70 to make your several hundred pound camera look like an instamatic from the 60s/70s. I'll pass thanks

E‑M10 Mark III 14-42 Mirrorless Camera Kit - £399 Using Code @ Olympus
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
E‑M10 Mark III 14-42 Mirrorless Camera Kit - £399 Using Code @ Olympus
£399£44911% Free P&P Free
Great price just now on this, using the unique code (see below on how to get your code) Recently we've seen an offer them + another lens at £499, which is now over, so this is the … Read more
Olympus E‑M5 Mark II 1415 Camera Kit - Includes: 14-150mm Lens, Flash, Hood, Shoulder Strap + More - £599.99 @ Olympus
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Olympus E‑M5 Mark II 1415 Camera Kit - Includes: 14-150mm Lens, Flash, Hood, Shoulder Strap + More - £599.99 @ Olympus
£599£74920% Free P&P Free
I actually didn't think we'd see this price point again at any time soon, but here we are... The specs are ENORMOUS so I won't drop them all in here. You can see them on the 'Get D… Read more

Th Thanks, I have the M10 v3.


The lenses are interchangeable. They will fit all Panasonic and Olympus Micro 4/3 bodies. As for differences, there isn’t much. Depending on which model of 10 Vs 5 you compare. 5 has better screen manipulation, weatherproofing and other minor differences.


For an amateur photographer is there much difference between the M5 and M10 - please dont say 5 :) I have the M10 with the 25, 45 prime lenses and the 40-150 and 14-42 pancake, can they be used with the M5 body?


Yes but not Fuji. DXO prime noise reduction only works with Bayer pattern sensors it doesn't work on X-trans.


Can someone tell me if this has an option to capture still from a video like the lumix g series does. Does it have a timelapse setting aswell? Im got my lumix g7 stolen and I loved that camera and all the features it had so I would like something similar

Olympus 8‑16x40 Zoom DPS I Binoculars - £62.99 Using Code @ Olympus
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Olympus 8‑16x40 Zoom DPS I Binoculars - £62.99 Using Code @ Olympus
I posted another set (10x Magnification / 10x50 DPS I) A few of you jumped on that deals, so I headed back to see what else is on offer. These ones are 8‑16x at £62.99 using code… Read more

Off the top of my head (others feel free to chip in :)) These https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0007UQNTK?pf_rd_r=EYMNZP3JB2FE5QGR09D1&pf_rd_p=e632fea2-678f-4848-9a97-bcecda59cb4e Or these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00008Y0VN?pf_rd_r=EYMNZP3JB2FE5QGR09D1&pf_rd_p=e632fea2-678f-4848-9a97-bcecda59cb4e&th=1 Be warned though, they are BIG (especially the latter), the large front (objective) lens will let in a lot of light which is what you want for night sky viewing (60 or 70mm). Anything with a higher magnification (the first number) will be exceptionally tricky to use as it will also amplify any tremor in your hand, and even the highest magnification would not resolve stars as anything more than dots. Regardless of what you go for - I'd highly recommend a sturdy tripod and a bracket to go with it. For what it's worth, a cheapish pair of binos will be infinitely better than a cheap telescope for starting out with, and more versatile, as you can use it for nature too (a telescope will invert the image upside-down and left to right)


Looking for a pair similar price to view the night sky. Any suggestions? Thanks.


These are 8-16x 8-16 refers to the zoom - so this starts at 8x and zooms to 16x. The last number (40 in this case) is the width of objective lens (or the fat lens) at the front of the binoculars in MM. In simple terms, the wider the lens, the bigger or wider the image you see, and the more light can get in the binoculars, making it easier to use, and a brighter image is always a better image. However, the trade off is the bigger the lenses, the larger and heavier the binoculars, so less convenient if you want to carry it around. But in answer to your question, get the ones in the previous post, not these for the reasons I outlined above.


Did a Google on "understanding binoculars" found this five page intro : http://www.nightskyinfo.com/binoculars-terms/


No. no and no. Zoom binoculars sound like a great idea, but because you have a lot of extra optics, the image is less crisp with more distortion, and worst of all - the image is a lot darker than a standard non-zoom pair. you'll probably end up seeing a lot less detail than a standard fixed pair. Don't get sucked into the trap of thinking zoom is a good thing. I speak from a decade of experience selling them in camera shops. Plus over about 10x magnification they become hard to hold successfully anyway due to hand vibration. There is a reason good binoculars come in 8x or 10x variants. over this, a tripod becomes highly recommended. With this, You are essentially gaining nothing over the standard pair and loosing all of the above.

Olympus 10x50 DPS I - 10x Magnification Binoculars - £53.99 Using Code @ Olympus
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Olympus 10x50 DPS I - 10x Magnification Binoculars - £53.99 Using Code @ Olympus
If you want a better look of over there, without going over there, but from sitting or standing here... Then these a well priced set of Olympus Binoculars :D Use code BINO10 for t… Read more

Ordered these off Amazon.de for £46.51 on Thursday and they turned up today! :D


Thank you.


The specifications on the Olympus site state 12mm eye relief which is certainly a bit on the short side. I have seen some online owners state they worked OK with their glasses after rolling down the eyecups but no guarantee that would be OK for you (pretty confident with my specs I wouldn't be able to see the entire FOV). These Olympus models are quite an old design. Some newer models have more generous eye relief eg: (also available on ebay) : https://www.dellonda.co.uk/search?type=article,page,product&q=10x50* The Olympus almost certainly wins on mechanics and probability of getting a good sample though in this price range. If must wear specs and buy unseen maybe a model with twist up eyecups might be worth investing in; guess there's a chance 12mm is too short and say 20mm too long to be ideal for your current specs.


I got these and also the Celestion Skymaster 15 x 70s mentioned in the other thread. I'm no bins expert but at first glance the Olympus ones have much better optics - the image is much brighter, bigger and more 3D than from the Celestions. So even though the magnification is not as high, it's easier to see details on the target, IYSWIM. I was preparing for the Celestions to be much heavier but they are not that mch more. But the Olympus is a very handy size. So I'll be keeping the Olympus.


How is the eye relief on these for glasses wearers? Thanks

Olympus Tough TG-6 Digital Camera in black or black/red for £299 delivered (using code) @ Olympus Shop
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Olympus Tough TG-6 Digital Camera in black or black/red for £299 delivered (using code) @ Olympus Shop
£299£330.7510% Free P&P Free
Flagship hardwearing camera from Olympus here, made for outdoor enthusiasts (we'll be free soon) and "adrenaline junkies". The TG6 is shockproof, waterproof and freeze-proof (up to… Read more

I've got an older one too (TG-3), and yes, the macro is insane.


I have the 5. The macro is INCREDIBLE


If there is a phone camera that beats this one then I am buying that phone. I have one of these for my regular use as I couldn't get a decent phone camera at a sensible price that would last me for a few years.


I have the TG4 for every day use when am out and about Focussing particularly in video mode is pretty much hit and miss requiring time to adjust as no manual focus Flaps covering battery card and outputs have double locks but many have reported that they failed or fiddly Video can be jerky and you can hear every bit of wing and zoom motor Wifi connection poor and gps tagging dodgy and drains battery Paid £180 from eglobal then it broke Took 3 months to get it fixed but its still full of faults


Suppose the Sony DSC-RX0 cameras shows what can be done with a 1" sensor : https://camerasize.com/compare/#547,733

E‑M1 Mark II 1245 Kit - Body / M.Zuiko Digital ED 12‑45MM F4 Pro / FL‑LM3 Flash - £1,299.99 @ Olympus ( Poss £150 of £300+ Lens Voucher)
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E‑M1 Mark II 1245 Kit - Body / M.Zuiko Digital ED 12‑45MM F4 Pro / FL‑LM3 Flash - £1,299.99 @ Olympus ( Poss £150 of £300+ Lens Voucher)
£1,299£1,49913% Free P&P Free
Note - Discount Applies at Basket Overall this looks a great price for what you're getting. Which is the 1245 E‑M1 Mark II kit. The discount will apply one you add it to your bas… Read more

£600 lens, £60 flash means body at around £640. Not at all terrible as a new purchase, but I would recommend the 12-40 2.8 pro over this lens personally (it's a similar cost), but understand if some people prefer the lighter lens. It's just a funny mid-point between the 14-42 kit and the 12-40 pro :) I'd also consider open-box deals on cameras, too, as these are often eligible for the lens redemption offers etc.

Olympus E‑M10 Mark III 12‑200mm Camera Kit - Includes Body, M.Zuiko Lens & Hood - Silver or Black - £749.99 With Code @ Olympus
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Olympus E‑M10 Mark III 12‑200mm Camera Kit - Includes Body, M.Zuiko Lens & Hood - Silver or Black - £749.99 With Code @ Olympus
£749.99£89917% Free P&P Free
Use Code EM10SAVE3 Another offer from Olympus, this time on the E-M10 Mark III using the above discount code. I've done a little research on specs here and tried to pick out thin… Read more

thought for a moment it came with the oly 12-100 lens and got really excited...


I believe 20mp oly is a sony sensor. Panny 16mp was usually different to oly 16mp. Panny working on 8k video sensor ~ 33mp A7 mirrorles have ibis - oly gets sensor !


Are you sure you mean that the Yi M43 camera uses the same 20MP sensor? As I thought Yi uses a Sony sensor?


And the truly wonderful £126 yi m1 , don't forget - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yi-m1-mirrorless-digital-camera-with-12-40mm-and-425mm-lenses-25765-12038-on-1111-using-coupon-at-aliexpress-yi-store-3328169#comment-38951455


The 20mp sensor is in the E-M5 III and E-M1X. Edit and M1 II

Olympus E‑M5 Mark II 1415 Camera Kit - Includes: 14-150mm Lens, Flash, Hood, Shoulder Strap & More - £599.99 Using Code @ Olympus
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Olympus E‑M5 Mark II 1415 Camera Kit - Includes: 14-150mm Lens, Flash, Hood, Shoulder Strap & More - £599.99 Using Code @ Olympus
£599.99£758.9921% Free P&P Free
Use code - EM5HALF A great looking kit here for just shy of £600 - Comes with the Camera body, M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-150mm lens, The FL-LM3 Flash, Hood, lens covers, shoulder stra… Read more

I should add that if you have big hands this may not be the camera for you. I added a cheap 3rd party grip from eBay and the handling was greatly improved. I still love this camera, clearly designed by real photographers.


Outstanding camera and a great lens. I have this combination and its a fantastic camera/lens for travelling as its so compact. Don't let the 16MP sensor put you off, the image are great. The only negative would be the complexity, it could just be me but I found the learning curve steeper than Nikon, Sony and Pentax cameras I also own.


This is the slowest camera I have ever used, I cannot wait 3 sec from switching on to take a shot, if you looking for to get some quick nice photo forget this camera


Cool 8) thanks Kabs


It's good for this size of sensor. More pixels will not help.

Olympus PEN E‑PL10 Pancake Zoom Kit for £474
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Olympus PEN E‑PL10 Pancake Zoom Kit for £474
This is an amazing deal from Olympus, as the PEN E‑PL10 is normally on sale at £649.99, and the next best price I could find is still nearly £600. So for £474 delivered, with a the… Read more

E-m10 III seems yet another better buy https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/olympus-om-d-e-m10-mark-iii-3410282


What's the benefit from having this over it's predecessor then? If you can give me sufficient reasons why this camera is worth the premium over the Pen 8, then I'll stand corrected. Until then...


I disagree, it is an upgrade and upgrades always cost more at the start. I’m not saying that the RRP is great, but with the discount this is a good deal.


That kit pancake zoom looks to be a v.poor performer judging from the, admittedly terrible, photos on that awful Ephotozine review site. This particular photo, (probably the worst 'sample' photo ever taken in the history of sample photos) no detail, loads of colour fringing etc. https://www.ephotozine.com/article/olympus-pen-e-pl10-review-34408/performance


Having a decent discount doesn't necessarily make it a good deal if the item itself isn't a worthwhile upgrade over previous, considerably cheaper versions. Early adopters will happily pay the premium for the latest tech - more fool them

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III - £349 (With Code) @ Olympus Shop
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Posted 20th FebPosted 20th Feb
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III - £349 (With Code) @ Olympus Shop
Olympus promotion on that camera kit £150 off from £499

Not on the 14-42 they havent


Olympus have just cranked the "base" price from 499 to 629, swines!


Nice price


I have the same camera, out of interest around what shutter count did you start having issues? Many thanks in advance.


Great offer.

Olympus Binocular 10 x 50 DPS-1 - Black £53.99 delivered @ Olympus
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Olympus Binocular 10 x 50 DPS-1 - Black £53.99 delivered @ Olympus
use code wilderness2020 Also, 9% cashback @ Quidco and TCB RRP is over £102

great optics, but far too big. returned and ordered the smaller RC II ones instead.


Bought as people are recommending these as good quality


Thanks, that helps


Zoom bins are alwys a compromise. Far better to get a fixed pair.


Great set of nocs

Free portrait lens with OM-D E-M10 Mark III (£499.97)
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Posted 4th JanPosted 4th Jan
Free portrait lens with OM-D E-M10 Mark III (£499.97)
If you have bought the Olympus E-M10 Mark III (from either the Olympus UK Webshop or an authorised retailer - Jessops, etc) you'll be eligible for a free 45mm F1.8 Portrait lens.… Read more

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