Photographic Deals of the Week – Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G3 Edition

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Camera Deals

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G3

Panasonic’s LUMIX DMC-G3 offers the benefits of a DSLR interchangeable lens system camera with a point-and-shoot camera’s compactness, light weight and simplicity. This reduction in size and weight is thanks to advancements in mirror-free viewfinder technology, and large DSLR format sensors that are more compatible with a new class of compact Micro Four Thirds (MFT) System lenses. This new class of Compact System Cameras (CSC) offers a weight and compactness not seen in traditional DSLRs, for greater portability and creative control. The DMC-G3 image resolution has been upgraded to 16.0-megapixels from its predecessor, the DMC-G2.

Was : $699 Now: $599.85

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Sony Alpha NEX-C3

The NEX-C3 fits between Cyber-shot point & shoot cameras and α full-sized DSLRs.  Sony’s affordable compact interchangeable lens camera, the NEX-C3 is a step below the NEX-5 in video quality, but does have more MP @ 16.2MP vs 14.2MP of the NEX-3 and 5. Its easy to use interface provides powerful creative control for customers stepping up from compact cameras intimidated by DSLR complexity.

Was : $649 Now: $549

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Olympus PEN E-P2

The new PEN, like the E-P1, is the world’s smallest 12.3-megapixel interchangeable lens system with In-body Image Stabilization. It blends the high-quality still images like that of a DSLR with High Definition (HD) video, stereo Linear PCM audio recording and In-Camera Creativity inside an ultra-portable body. Along with several new features, and eight in-camera Art Filters that can be applied to still images and HD videos, the result is mighty powerful and creative.

Was : $1099 Now: $479

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Lens Deals

Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6

Incorporating Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer technology, this Canon 55-250mm telephoto zoom lens captures long distance, low-light shots far better than many comparable lenses, helping you photograph the far-off action of athletes or zoom in for an intimate portrait with a blurred background.

Was : $400 Now: $255

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Rokinon 35mm f/1.4 Lens for Sony Cameras

The new Rokinon 35mm F/1.4 Aspherical UMC Wide Angle Lens is the most recent addition to Rokinon’s professional line of lenses, and it’s a beauty!  It is superbly constructed with spectacular sharpness and high contrast.  The Rokinon 35mm F/1.4 is the least expensive 35mm F1.4 lens in the market!

Was : $599 Now: $469

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Panasonic 8mm f/3.5 ED Fisheye Lens

The Panasonic Lumix G Fisheye 8mm/F3.5 lens (H-F008) is a 35mm camera equivalent 16mm lens, and the world’s smallest and lightest* digital interchangeable fisheye lens compatible with the Lumix G Series, DSL Micro (DSLM) cameras.

Was : $799 Now: $629

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Accessory Deals

Joby GM2 Gorillamobile Flexible Tripod

Was : $44.95 Now: $20.72

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Patriot Signature 32 GB microSDHC Class 4 Flash Memory Card

Was : $84.99 Now: $41.95

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Zeikos ZE-UV72 72mm Multi-Coated UV Filter

Was : $24.95 Now: $3.99

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  1. Rosalie March 15, 2012 at 3:58 am

    again i say you will waste alot of money on film and developing. i know its the beettr way to learn but with digital there is no film. you can delete the horrible pictures right away and you can still learn manual settings. youll have a beettr chance with dslr than a point and shoot which is about all you will get for under your price. .Buying Check ListYour new digital camera should have these key features:• At least a 6MP imaging device for a D-SLR• At least a 7MP imager for a point-and-shoot• Optical zoom of 3x, some have 6x not just a digital zoom• The highest quality optics• A large LCD screen; the more pixels doesnt mean the beettr the quality.6-8 are great unless you want to print garage size images.• The widest range for aperture (f/stops), shutter speed and ISO• An AF Illuminator or AF Assist mode for best flash shots in dim light• A variety of scene modes for more convenient shooting in a variety of situations• Make sure you do your own ergonomic hands-on testand image stabilizer if possible.canon has the a-series..like a710, a720, a520..all a good camera and a good price right now.

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