Panasonic Lumix DC-GX800 Mirrorless Camera, Black with 12-32mm Lens - £299 @ Castle Cameras
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Panasonic Lumix DC-GX800 Mirrorless Camera, Black with 12-32mm Lens - £299 @ Castle Cameras

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Found 29th Dec 2017
Best price since this Micro Four Thirds camera was launched. The supplied lens currently retails for £249 on its own. Also available in silver and tan for the same price.

Description from site:

£40 trade-in bonus for any working system camera until January 30th | Special low price until January 2nd | Two Year Warranty from Panasonic UK: Normally £379. £80 off while stocks last

The 4K camera that can follow you anywhere

This compact, light and beautifully designed 4K camera comes with an abundance of useful features. Plus selfie users will love the tiltable 180 degree monitor!

Accepts Micro Four Thirds lenses
16 megapixel
Post Focus
Light Speed AF
3 inch Touch LCD
Creative Control
Creative Panorama
Selfie with Beautifying Functions
4K Video
Wi-Fi for easy image sharing
Power: Lith-ion DMW-BLH7E
Dimensions, approx: 6.46H x 3.33D x 10.65W cm
Weight, approx: 269 g
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    Good price, its a great little camera. I got one a few months ago.
    Fits nicely in my pocket, with the kit lens, easy to carry anywhere. Also plenty of other lenses available, some nice primes if you want a wide aperture. The swivel screen is very handy for taking low down photos etc, or for selfies if you want. And wifi lets you use your phone as a remote control.

    The 4K photo mode is neat. Basically it records a short video, then you can extract the frames you want. Great for action, you can pick just the right moment.
    No one ever buys the 12-32 new on its own at that price, so it's a tad misleading.
    From the forums I use, the feedback on these is less than stellar, but it's aimed squarely at the budget market. Personally, if you can stretch to the GX80, that would be my choice. Not as small and more expensive but a fantastic little camera. I don't know if the double cashback is still on, but I think it might've ended
    woldranger55 m ago

    No one ever buys the 12-32 new on its own at that price, so it's a tad …No one ever buys the 12-32 new on its own at that price, so it's a tad misleading.From the forums I use, the feedback on these is less than stellar, but it's aimed squarely at the budget market. Personally, if you can stretch to the GX80, that would be my choice. Not as small and more expensive but a fantastic little camera. I don't know if the double cashback is still on, but I think it might've ended


    think double cashback ended
    when the gx80 was only 50quid more i think that was a 'no brainer' almost but at 100quid more its definitely a case of seeing what you actually need
    seems pretty good for the price but lacks (mainly) body stabilisation, EVF, hotshoe and control dials which hamper it somewhat (fair bit smaller though if using the tiny lens)
    the actual pictures will be almost identical - its just a case of how you get them (or not)
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    woldranger3 h, 49 m ago

    No one ever buys the 12-32 new on its own at that price, so it's a tad …No one ever buys the 12-32 new on its own at that price, so it's a tad misleading.From the forums I use, the feedback on these is less than stellar, but it's aimed squarely at the budget market. Personally, if you can stretch to the GX80, that would be my choice. Not as small and more expensive but a fantastic little camera. I don't know if the double cashback is still on, but I think it might've ended


    'No one ever buys the 12-32 new on its own at that price, so it's a tad misleading'
    I did say retail price, buy it unboxed and it can be had for £169 Care to provide us with a link to a better price than £249, new, that's not a grey import or open box?
    jrphoto50 m ago

    'No one ever buys the 12-32 new on its own at that price, so it's a tad …'No one ever buys the 12-32 new on its own at that price, so it's a tad misleading' I did say retail price, buy it unboxed and it can be had for £169 Care to provide us with a link to a better price than £249, new, that's not a grey import or open box?


    why would they need to? it IS misleading as very few people buy their lens that way
    people pay an extra 50-100 quid to get it as a kit lens and as such thats its true 'cost' never minding the actual 'rrp'
    pretty much the same as any kit lens
    because 'noone' buys the lens that way then noone cares about the retail price
    also as you ironically used to make a point about... the lens included here is not boxed so not even really the same at all
    Edited by: "brilly" 29th Dec 2017
    It's good to see a budget model at a budget price for a change.
    Manufacturers seem to only bother with high-end models nowadays , clearly more mark-up.
    349 now???
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