Fujifilm X10 Digital Camera - Black includes Lens Hood and Adapter Ring (12MP EXR CMOS, 4x Optical Zoom) 2.8 inch LCD Screen £199.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Down from £379.99 RRP

12MP EXR CMOS Sensor
4x Manual Zoom with Fujinon lens
Full manual shooting options
Premium 2.8 inch Clear LCD
Full HD photo and video
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Not a bad price, but might be worth waiting for the fuji refurb shop to get more in stock, to save about £30 on this price. The refurbs come with a year warranty and are arguably better than new, as they'll have been individually checked over. All the stuff I've got that way from them has looked brand new with no signs of use.
There were also a few in stock at CEX the last time I checked - links should be in this thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fuji-x10-refurbished-for-166-98-inc-postage-from-fujifilm-1927297
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westernsmith
Not a bad price, but might be worth waiting for the fuji refurb shop to get more in stock, to save about £30 on this price. The refurbs come with a year warranty and are arguably better than new, as they'll have been individually checked over. All the stuff I've got that way from them has looked brand new with no signs of use.
There were also a few in stock at CEX the last time I checked - links should be in this thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fuji-x10-refurbished-for-166-98-inc-postage-from-fujifilm-1927297
They are better than new for the reason you have given. I always buy refurb.
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I've had two refurbs from Fujifilm - an X100 and then an X-E1. Both had to be returned. The X100 had dust on the sensor (which is quite a feat for a fixed lens camera), and dust in the viewfinder. The X-E1 had a faulty SD card reader. The returns process was easy but I wouldn't get a refurb when the price is so close.
#4
I'm in the process of getting rid of my older equipment and starting up again with photography. I was looking at a new micro four-thirds body, but I wonder if a rangefinder style camera like this would be worth it?
#5
internetred
I'm in the process of getting rid of my older equipment and starting up again with photography. I was looking at a new micro four-thirds body, but I wonder if a rangefinder style camera like this would be worth it?
Fuji are running a free lens deal again, I think - a free 50-230mm lens if you buy an XA1, XM1 with 16-50mm lens or XE1 with 18-55mm. The XE1 combo is brilliant, but if you can live without a viewfinder, go with either of the other two. I went with the XA1, as it's the cheapest option, so I had more pennies left over for other lenses. The 35mm f1.4 is really fantastic or the 27mm f2.8 is also good for a little less money.
The Fuji X system cameras have APS-C sensors, and image quality will be better than M43.
#6
internetred
I'm in the process of getting rid of my older equipment and starting up again with photography. I was looking at a new micro four-thirds body, but I wonder if a rangefinder style camera like this would be worth it?

Although the X10 looks like the X100 (which has a APS-C sensor) its sensor is much smaller. The X10 is great for what it is though, compact, with a very good lens and with a unique sensor that allows higher dynamic range, albeit at the expense of resolution (it's a setting, so can be switched on and off).

For £199 I'd certainly buy one as a handy take anywhere camera if I didn't have the X100.

Edited By: pjk on Jul 03, 2014 10:14: Correction

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