Robin Wong's 12-200 review is out

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Okapi001 Senior Member • Posts: 4,919
Re: Olympus pricing reflects sales volume reality.

gary0319 wrote:

I have come to realize that enjoying the benefits of the Olympus system, kind of takes one out of the Walmart or Best Buy “consumer” photography pricing, for the most part. There are no $399 or $499 CaNikon 2 lens kits available in Olympus Land, even an E-M10 III with the 14-42 EZ and the 40-150 consumer grade zooms will set you back about $750.

You can get the E-M10 II + those two zooms for 460 GBP, which is $610.

But you are right, Olympus was never in his history a budget brand, it was always somewhat more expensive than some competition.

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