Sony became the largest shareholder of Olympus in September 2012. Since then, we’ve waited for the relationship to lead to more collaboration between the companies.
Olympus recently revealed that it will soon being supplying lens parts to Sony. According to an Olympus spokesperson,
The imaging sensor has already started to source from Sony to Olympus. And the lens [parts] and lens units will start to source from Olympus to Sony.
While Olympus refused to specify the extent of the lens parts supplies to Sony, rumors suggest that Olympus will develop a 400mm f/4 lens for Sony Alpha A-mount cameras to be unveiled in early 2014.
Amazon has the Sony NEX-VG900 bundled with the 28-75mm f/2.8 lens for $3696. The VG900 normally runs $3298 on its own, and the Sony 28-75mm f/2.8 lens is a $900 lens. Accordingly, this is a savings of about $500 on the bundle. There are only 2 in stock at the moment here at Amazon.
B&H has the Sony Alpha NEX-F3 with the 18-55mm and 55-210mm lenses for
$549 [update 5/23/13] $499 (reg. $799). The deal also includes a Sony camera bag and a 8GB SDHC card. It ends May 31, 2013. Check it out here at B&H Photo.