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Just be aware their warehouse is in Clearwater Fl. I was gonna order until I saw that. Will wait for the next sale.
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Still in stock but will probably sell out in an hour.
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I was hoping to get the 17mm 1.8
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25MM F1.8 looks tempting....
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I want the 45mm 1.8 but not available though but thinking to get a em5 ii and a 7-14 pro.

Would it be an upgrade to my em10 mk1 and a Panasonic Leica 15mm?
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25MM F1.8 looks tempting....
It is a great deal for that lens. I got it at an earlier outlet sale for just over $200, which I believe was the previous low price, and have been very happy with it.
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Pulled the trigger on the 25MM f1.8. Maybe overkill with the 45mm f1.8 and 17mm f1.8 in my bag...but I can't resist trying out a different Olympus lens.
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I would have been all over this if E-M1 Mark II had a 20% discount but it is capped at $100 off for that one.

The rest are not as good as they seem considering the tax. You can get comparably priced items through eBay or Amazon. Olympus refurbs are good but sometimes can have minor defects such as hot pixels. They also come in a refurb box - not the original retail one. If you are a flipper don't even bother.

Probably 25mm f/1.8 is the only good one here. If they get E-M10 / E-M10 Mk II back in stock while this code is valid that would be a good deal.

Also keep in mind the following:
- You can only redeem one coupon per order (if you have Olympus Rewards don't redeem it as you can't stack them)
- Return shipping is NOT free
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I'm getting the 17mm 1.8 soon, but the 25mm 1.8 is so tempting! Would it be worth to have both of them?
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I'm getting the 17mm 1.8 soon, but the 25mm 1.8 is so tempting! Would it be worth to have both of them?
If I were you I would just go with 12-40mm and skip the two primes. Yes there are endless primes vs zoom debates but I simply find me using the zoom way more often.
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If I were you I would just go with 12-40mm and skip the two primes. Yes there are endless primes vs zoom debates but I simply find me using the zoom way more often.
I just ordered the 12-40 Smilie
I see it as a great traveling lens and I'll probably keep it on my camera, but I want to have at least one 1.8 for portraits.
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The 25mm is a killer lens at that price.
I just paid 200 odd on ebay before a trip and it was my best lens there. Sharp, quick to focus and the perfect 50mm focal length equivalent.
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For portraits look no further than 45mm 1.8 or 75mm 1.8

75mm is a bit too tight for indoor use but amazing in terms of image quality. 25mm 1.8 or 17mm 1.8 are too short in my opinion for portraits. M4/3 sensor size won't get you much subject isolation.
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That's a great price on the 7-14MM F2.8 PRO @ $779.99. Seeing it under $1K at all is rare.

Still depressingly outside my budget, but nonetheless an objectively slick deal. I'll just stick to my bodycap 9mm f8.0; which is a strangely fantastic lens for only $98. Unfortunately UWA lenses are typically expensive.
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