Fujifilm FUJINON XF 27mm F2.8 Lens Black - £128.99 delivered @ eGlobal Central
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Fujifilm FUJINON XF 27mm F2.8 Lens Black - £128.99 delivered @ eGlobal Central

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Posted 12th OctShipping from Hong Kong
Absolute bargain of a price when compared to UK RRP (£210 on Amazon, £370 at Wex and Jessops). Please be aware that the guarantee is not valid in the UK because it’s a grey import. I would recommend paying the extra few quid for the postal insurance too.

Featuring an especially slim, pancake design, the black XF 27mm f/2.8 from FUJIFILM is a versatile 41mm-equivalent prime that is ideal for travel and everyday shooting. Its f/2.8 maximum aperture helps to realize its slim stature, and also suits working in difficult lighting conditions and offers control over depth of field for working with selective focus techniques. One aspherical element has been incorporated in the optical design, and helps to reduce distortion and spherical aberrations, and a Super EBC coating has also been applied to control flare and ghosting. Additionally, benefitting both photo and video applications, a high-torque DC coreless motor is used to realize quick, accurate, and near-silent autofocus performance.
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Surprisingly sharp lens this. Nice deal, heat
I bought this same lens from e-infinity last year great lens and great delivery no problem and big savings.
This company still looks shady to me any exoeriences on here?
I'm hoping they get the Olympus 12-100 in stock at a nice price...

Can't fault their service though!
dlo24712/10/2019 17:29

This company still looks shady to me any exoeriences on here?


I bought this lens from them last Tuesday and it arrived today via Hermes. Brand new in retail packaging and really well packaged surrounded in bubble wrap.
Anyone got hit with import duties on stuff from eGlobal?
mikeyfive12/10/2019 21:55

Anyone got hit with import duties on stuff from eGlobal?


Only made one order with them and didn’t get charged any import duty.
p_veng112/10/2019 21:56

Only made one order with them and didn’t get charged any import duty.


Thanks man. I'm going to order this lens, it'd be daft not to at the price.
mikeyfive12/10/2019 21:58

Thanks man. I'm going to order this lens, it'd be daft not to at the price.


My advice would be to pay via PayPal or Credit Card and then pay for the postal insurance. Think the insurance was about £3-£4.
At least if anything does go wrong (i.e. lost in transit) then you’ll be able to recover your money.
p_veng112/10/2019 22:00

My advice would be to pay via PayPal or Credit Card and then pay for the …My advice would be to pay via PayPal or Credit Card and then pay for the postal insurance. Think the insurance was about £3-£4. At least if anything does go wrong (i.e. lost in transit) then you’ll be able to recover your money.


Definitely, the postal insurance is only £3 extra, you can't complain at that price.
p_veng112/10/2019 20:31

I bought this lens from them last Tuesday and it arrived today via Hermes. …I bought this lens from them last Tuesday and it arrived today via Hermes. Brand new in retail packaging and really well packaged surrounded in bubble wrap.


Other than Hermes leaving things on my door step, I would be happy with that!
Never had any issues with eglobal. Bought this lens from them last year for around £120 to replace the same model that had been on my wife's cameras for the previous 2 years. Got more for the old one than I paid for the new one
Cracking lens, great price. It would be rude not to
Just ordered one for £120.99
use code Chkout5 at checkout
mikeyfive12/10/2019 21:55

Anyone got hit with import duties on stuff from eGlobal?


Their T&Cs say they will handle all import and the sticker price is what you pay.
Great deal, they also have the silver version for £3 more.
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