I've enjoyed Panasonic MFT products for 3 years or so, beginning with the GF-1. They're small and light and the prime lense are decent if not excellent. I bought the adapter to use Pentax lenses. I recently purchased a Fuji XE-1, however, and no longer need another light kit for travel and backup for my K-5. The equipment is like new. If not satisfied, return the merchandise within 14 days; buyer pays return shipping.
North America only, please, for shipping by USPS, FedEx, or UPS. Shipping added to price at cost.
Package includes the following:
Panasonic GX-1 camera body $300
Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 lens $300
Panasonic 14mm f/2.5 lens $220
Olympus 45mm f/1.8 lens $300
Really Right Stuff camera plate $40
Novoflex PK to MFT adapter $200
Panasonic LVF2 EVF $120
If you buy the camera I seriously suggest you also purchase the RRS plate and the EVF. You'll need the latter (trust me) and the GX-1 tripod socket protrudes just enough from the body to make it a bit unstable on a typical tripod. The RRS plate is Arca-Swiss compatible, and one can open the battery and card compartments without removing the plate.
The Novoflex PK to MFT adapter has a ring (blue in photos) that allows the aperture to be adjusted when using DA lenses. When I had the GF-1 with the 20/1.7 lens, the adapter with DA15, DA40. and DA70 made a nice travel kit. Later I acquired the two extra lenses, the 14/2.5 and Oly 45/1.8, but still have used the adapter for longer lenses.
Items can be purchased individually, but I've bundled the cost of the whole package at $1100 -- $200 off.
Lens caps, user manual, CD included.
Send me a message if interested.
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GX-1 with 20mm/f1.7 lens and RRS camera plate
Olympus 45mm/1.8 lens with hood and screw-in cap on left, Panasonic 14mm/2.5 on right
Novoflex PK to MFT adapter and LVF2 EVF for GX-1