Fuji X100F 24.3MP with 23 mm f/2.0 Fujinon Lens NEW £890 amazon.es
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Fuji X100F 24.3MP with 23 mm f/2.0 Fujinon Lens NEW £890 amazon.es

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Found 19th Mar
Not for everyone but an absolutely stunning price for this camera.
Not used or anything like that and will deliver from amazon.es
Currently £1200 direct from amazon.co.uk
The X100F features Fujifilm's 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor. Its

highly random pixel array effectively reduces moiré and false colours

without the use of an optical low-pass filter. The elimination of the

low pass filter, which is attributed to loss of image resolution, makes

it possible to draw out FUJINON lenses' true capabilities to the maximum

extent. Coupled with the high-speed image processing engine

'X-Processor Pro,' the X100F produces image quality comparable to that

of cameras equipped with a larger sensor with higher pixel count.
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    Yikes! Want one so bad but can’t justify it.
    Great camera
    Original Poster
    fazered26 m ago

    Yikes! Want one so bad but can’t justify it.



    Same as it's cheaper (slightly) on the grey market but you could be stoung for customs and the warranty isn't valid etc..
    I'm not too sure if there's a 10% discount code available for Fuji refurb store. This is priced @ £949 there, and it's in stock. Same warranty as new and they always turn up looking like new.
    Original Poster
    OllieSt24 m ago

    I'm not too sure if there's a 10% discount code available for Fuji refurb …I'm not too sure if there's a 10% discount code available for Fuji refurb store. This is priced @ £949 there, and it's in stock. Same warranty as new and they always turn up looking like new.



    Fuji refurb code no longer works
    davidfwalsh21 h, 30 m ago

    Same as it's cheaper (slightly) on the grey market but you could be …Same as it's cheaper (slightly) on the grey market but you could be stoung for customs and the warranty isn't valid etc..



    Just pondering that......the failure rate of cameras is very low so you'd have to be massively unlucky to buy one which fails in a year or two.

    If buying from HK, China etc and pay by credit card, do you not still have protection until the consumer act or whatever it's called these days?
    Original Poster
    Well it's expired now anyway as it's back up to 1200 Euro
    Fuji to be fair are excellent cameras and rarely have issues.
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