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Fujifilm X-E3 (Body Only) - Amazon Prime Day Deal - £429
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Fujifilm X-E3 (Body Only) - Amazon Prime Day Deal - £429

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Posted 16th Jul

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Thought this was a pretty good deal for anyone looking for a Fuji X mount body. Some very nice features for the price and only a couple of years old.
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Great body, and not a bad price.

If you want a killer combo at an even better price you can get the X-E3 with the 23mm f/2 lens for only £519.64 from eGlobal the lens alone sells for ~£399 new, or £319 from Fuji Refurb store, makes the body only £200.
Uncommon.Sense16/07/2019 11:02

Great body, and not a bad price.If you want a killer combo at an even …Great body, and not a bad price.If you want a killer combo at an even better price you can get the X-E3 with the 23mm f/2 lens for only £519.64 from eGlobal the lens alone sells for ~£399 new, or £319 from Fuji Refurb store, makes the body only £200.


Eglobal central! Only for people who take risks
Uncommon.Sense16/07/2019 11:02

Great body, and not a bad price.If you want a killer combo at an even …Great body, and not a bad price.If you want a killer combo at an even better price you can get the X-E3 with the 23mm f/2 lens for only £519.64 from eGlobal the lens alone sells for ~£399 new, or £319 from Fuji Refurb store, makes the body only £200.


Reviews for eGlobal would not give me confidence to buy from them! They are also based out of Hong Kong so the product is grey! I certainly wouldn’t risk my money!
Tommy201916/07/2019 11:05

Eglobal central! Only for people who take risks


Yep a 0% risk if you use a credit card.
Poppy5216/07/2019 11:08

Reviews for eGlobal would not give me confidence to buy from them! They …Reviews for eGlobal would not give me confidence to buy from them! They are also based out of Hong Kong so the product is grey! I certainly wouldn’t risk my money!


Too each their own, used them for many years now with 30+ purchases, saved thousands.

Incidentally grey market is a term for companies that want to segregate the world, rather than integrate, there's no difference in the product. I find it incredibly sad that they are still allowed to do this given how we are all supposed to be one world.
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 16th Jul
Uncommon.Sense16/07/2019 11:32

Too each their own, used them for many years now with 30+ purchases, saved …Too each their own, used them for many years now with 30+ purchases, saved thousands. Incidentally grey market is a term for companies that want to segregate the world, rather than integrate, there's no difference in the product. I find it incredibly sad that they are still allowed to do this given how we are all supposed to be one world.


Well grey market has no VAT paid, your standard high street stuff has VAT included. Simple as that. VAT helps to fund NHS, emergency services, military etc..
Xyzac16/07/2019 11:51

Well grey market has no VAT paid, your standard high street stuff has VAT …Well grey market has no VAT paid, your standard high street stuff has VAT included. Simple as that. VAT helps to fund NHS, emergency services, military etc..


Blanket statement, grey indicates products that have been segmented in to regions, like EMEA or Asia etc. You can happily set up a business and import products yourself, that would be classified as 'grey' even if VAT was paid at the point of sale.
Silver one is still available at this price.
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