Panasonic Lumix GF2 - Digital Camera With 14mm & 14-42mm Lenses - £545.97 Delivered @ Amazon
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Panasonic Lumix GF2 - Digital Camera With 14mm & 14-42mm Lenses - £545.97 Delivered @ Amazon

£545.97
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Found 23rd Jan 2011
Pre-order from Amazon. Lowest price I've seen for the dual lens kit. Amazon is selling the single lens kit (14-42mm) for the same price so this means that the extra 14mm lens is free in this bundle.

Also, pre-order the new Panasonic Lumix GF2 before January 27, 2011 from Amazon.co.uk and get a free photography gift pack worth £150. See link
amazon.co.uk/gp/…97I

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Great price! Waiting to be able to afford this is a great deal!

great price for the dual lens kit... this may well go up in price when stock begins to arrive.

Looks like a deal and voted hot. However, the Sony NEX-5/3 have a larger sensor and will probably offer better picture quality. The GF1 has a good following though and Panasonic have a nack of turning out good cameras.

Original Poster

Thanks. Yeah, I agree that the NEX-5 probably offer a better picture quality.
But at the moment, the lens available for the NEX are inferior to the Panasonics/Olys.
Well, I guess this deal is more for someone interested in MFT.

That said, I'm thinking of actually selling of the 14-42 (~£200) and keeping the 14mm prime as well as selling the Adobe Elements and Premier (that comes free) to re-coup the cost of this camera.

That said, I'm thinking of actually selling of the 14-42 (~£200) and … That said, I'm thinking of actually selling of the 14-42 (~£200) and keeping the 14mm prime as well as selling the Adobe Elements and Premier (that comes free) to re-coup the cost of this camera.



Depending on whether you mostly shoot landscape photography, or appreciate the sheer compact-ness of the 14mm, I don't know if the 20mm f/1.7 will be more useful to you. I have this lens and at 40mm (35mm equivalent focal length) it is more useful as a walkaround lens and a lot faster. At ~£270 its also cheaper than the 14mm is going for atm.

Original Poster

Good point, I might buy the 20mm if I'm able to sell the 14-42.
I currently use the 35mm/1.8 on my d40 and was looking for something a little wider. So will give the 14mm a try first.
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