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Old Nov 12, 2010, 7:16 AM   #1
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Default Olympus epl-1 kit at staples

For those that may be interested in buying an e-pl1, the local staples here has a pretty good deal on a kit. Comes with small backpack, extra battery, epl-1 instructional video, corel image & video editing software, camera & 14-42mm kit lens. It was $599 here at the store. checked it online & saw they had about $50 instant rebates on it, dropping it to $549. Not a bad deal if someone is looking to get an e-pl1.
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Old Nov 13, 2010, 9:26 PM   #2
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It is 500 at amazon
http://www.amazon.com/Olympus-Interc...9705075&sr=8-2

And if you are willing to get a olympus factory referb, it is 400 at adorama
http://www.adorama.com/IOMEPL1B14BR.html
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I just clicked on the amazon link, it now says $449.95.
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The Adorama price has now dropped to $399.95 for a refurb by Oly with the 14-42mm kit lens. New is $449.95. So now there is at least two places offering new for about $450.00 with the single kit lens.

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Old Nov 15, 2010, 9:24 AM   #5
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Amazon prices fluctuate throughout the day. I suggest you place the item you are interested in your Amazon shopping cart and then, if you are working on the computer, click on the cart at least once every hour. Any price change (up or down) shows up in red right at the top of the refreshed page. I've got some amazing deals by doing this. Sometimes the price drops significantly for less than 30 minutes and then it goes back up again. Of course I'm not suggesting that you spend your life in front of the computer checking Amazon prices but as long as you are on it, might as well do it. It will save you tons of $$$.
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