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Date: 07/11/2013 | By: Heather

Mirrorless Camera Deals: Panasonic GX7, Fuji X100 & Sony A3000 Bundle


Mirrorless Camera Deals: Panasonic GX7, Fuji X100 & Sony A3000 Bundle

The build-up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday has seen the appearance of some very tantalising mirrorless camera deals on Amazon over the past few days, and we can only expect more to appear in the coming weeks. From the brand new Lumix GX7 to the classic Fuji X100 to the bargain Sony A3000 and 55-210mm lens bundle, nearly every brand has something interesting to offer.

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The GX7 is the perfect package for professional photographers.

The first deal is on the Panasonic Lumix GX7. This is the second time the GX7 has been given a discount since its release and this can only be good news for MFT lovers. Having almost completed our full review of the camera, we can say with confidence that it is the most user-friendly and well-designed professional MILCs available for under $1000. The best feature is the built-in tilting electronic viewfinder which does not impact the compactness of the GX7 whatsoever. The autofocus is speedy and accurate, the video is usable on a professional level, and the camera body just feels great in your hand.

Next up is a favourite amongst Fujifilm digital cameras – the sleek and discreet Fuji X100 special black edition, whose performance has been greatly improved thanks to a recent firmware update. It has received a significant discount. If you have a look at the used cameras section of Amazon, you’ll see that certain vendors are selling the camera for much less as well.

Finally, we have an amazing deal on the new Sony A3000 and the 55-210mm lens. You can save on the bundle while supplies last. The A3000 has a 20 MP Exmor APS-C sensor, a light portable body and Full HD video recording. Though it resembles a DSLR, it is completely mirrorless; it has been designed that way to attract those who prefer the appearance of a DSLR!

Which mirrorless camera would you like to see discounted before Christmas?

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About the author: Heather Broster

Heather Broster was born in Canada, has lived in Japan and Italy but currently calls Wales home. She is a full-time gear tester at MirrorLessons. You can follow her on Google+, Twitter or Facebook!

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