We Can’t Believe the Prices of These Amazing Panasonic Cameras!

You can save thousands of dollars thanks to some of these deals!

Whether you’re looking to jump into the Micro Four Thirds system or if you just want a Full Frame camera, these deals have you covered. Panasonic is having a spring blowout. The full-featured M4/3 G9 with some of the best IBIS around is only $1,097.99. Just starting out and want a kit with lenses? The M4/3 Lumix GX85 with two lenses is only $597.99. The Full Frame Panasonic S5 is $1,697.99 for the body and just $1,997.99 with the excellent 20-60mm kit lens. You can even get your hands on the 47MP S1R for $2,479.95 and the videography-centric S1H for $3,697.99. The deals on these Panasonic cameras won’t last long, so snap them up while you can. See more savings after the break.

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Does Panasonic Have Big Plans for Rangefinder-Style Cameras?

The Panasonic GX10 is apparently in the works and will go head to head with other Rangefinder-style cameras.

We’re suckers for Rangefinders. In fact, a lot of photographers love the look and feel of these cameras. They remind us of days gone by, and honestly, they’re a nice break from the normal, often quite boring DSLR-style cameras on the market. Panasonic has made a few Rangefinder-style cameras in the past. However, it’s been a while since we’ve been excited about one. This could be about to change, though. Panasonic has been making noise about a GX10. Could Panasonic beat OM Digital Solutions to market with a new Micro Four Thirds Rangefinder camera? Let’s talk about this after the break.

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Black Friday Is Now: Save Big On The Panasonic G9, GH5, GH5S, More

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The early Black Friday deals keep on rolling in. Today, Panasonic has joined the party. You can save over $900 on some of these Panasonic cameras. The impressive Panasonic G9 can be yours for only $997.99 (body only, and just $1,197.99 with the G Vario 12-60mm lens. The GH5 is an absolute bargain at $1,297.99. You can also get the Panasonic GH5 with the 12-35mm f2.8 and can save $902 on the bundle! There are a bunch of deals on the GH5S too. The camera body only is $1,797.99. There are a ton of bundle deals with lenses too. Check out all of the early Black Friday deals on Panasonic cameras after the break.

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Cheap Photo: Save $500 on Panasonic’s S1, GX85 Two Lens Kit $497.99

There are some massive deals on Panasonic cameras and lenses for you to snap up.

For the time being, many camera manufacturers have cut down on their camera and lens deals, but not Panasonic. There are some incredible deals on their cameras right now like the Panasonic S1, which has a $500 discount making it just $1,997.99. The G9 has dropped down to under $1,000 at $997.99, and you can pick up the GX85 with two lenses for only $497.99! That’s an $899.20 discount! There are also deals on lenses, too, like the Panasonic 25mm f1.7, which can be yours for only $147.99. Head on past the break to see all of the deals on Panasonic cameras and lenses.

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Opinion: Should Panasonic Stay With Micro Four Thirds?

Panasonic is going to have to figure out where their loyalties lie if they want to succeed in the ultra-competitive Mirrorless camera market.

Ever since Panasonic and Olympus joined forces to forge ahead with the Micro Four Thirds platform in 2008, Panasonic has released some genuinely fantastic M4/3 cameras that showed the world what the platform was capable of. All was going well, and then, in 2018, Panasonic decided to jump into bed with both Sigma and Leica to form the L Mount Alliance while still having relations with Olympus. 2019 saw Panasonic’s first full-frame Mirrorless cameras launch (the S1, the S1R, and the S1H), and since then, things have gone very quiet on the Micro Four Thirds front. It appears that a time may be coming when Panasonic will need to decide where its loyalties lie. Do they stick with Olympus and Micro Four thirds? Do they go all-in with the L Mount Alliance? Or, do they try to somehow strike a balance between the two without being stretched too thin?

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