Fujifilm X‑T20 & 18‑55mm f2.8‑4 R LM OIS XF plus spare battery + 16GB card £869 delivered @ CameraWorld
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Fujifilm X‑T20 & 18‑55mm f2.8‑4 R LM OIS XF plus spare battery + 16GB card £869 delivered @ CameraWorld

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Found 17th Feb
I have this and love it. Looks to be around £999 everywhere else I've looked (Jessops, Wex, Amazon).

Anyhow, hope this helps somebody!
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Me too. Absolutely love it paired with one of the 3 f2 primes. Great deal.
Fuji lenses are great, I have a few but mainly keep to vintage lenses on my X-T10 seems a decent price.
They have also dropped the body only price to £699.
New firmware due soon to improve the autofocus , even though it’s already stellar.

fujifilm.com/new…tml
Lovely camera, I am looking at the mo for a CSC, so this or lumix g80 - heres a good comparison dpreview.com/for…140 ?
I bought the same package recently from Jessops (had good cashback via Fuji & Quidco at the time).

Excellent combination. I have come from a mid range Canon SLR with various L series lenses and love my new setup. So much better to take out because of its weight.
tempt5 h, 50 m ago

They have also dropped the body only price to £699.

Worth buying the Lens with the camera for an extra £170 though, they sell on eBay for over £300!
tempting, thanks.
This is my main camera now (moved to Fujifilm from Canon FF). The system is excellent - nice light bodies and excellent, sharp lenses. This is a decent price for the 18-55mm kit.

For those who find the body a little small, you can buy third party grips which really improve the handling, without making it much larger than an X-T2.
Great camera, great price for new
I paid over £1000 for this and would pay it again! Such an amazing little camera, pop a little prime lens on and it will slip into your jacket pocket too.
I have the silver one. Awesome deal!
Looks like my old Russian Zenit - that was a good camera in its day too!
I was swithering and now it's back up to £999. I have a Canon DSLR and a stack of lenses but want something smaller for travel. It's a shame that the Canon mirrorless offerings just don't get quite as many stellar reviews as Fujifilm, plus I'd have to buy a lens adapter to use any of my lenses with it.
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