FUJIFILM X100F DIGITAL CAMERA and free leather premium case £1199 @ Jessops
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FUJIFILM X100F DIGITAL CAMERA and free leather premium case £1199 @ Jessops

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Found 23rd Dec 2017
2863017.jpgI have been looking to buy this camera for a while and haven’t seen any promotions.

Jessops have this with the premium case (£109) thrown in for free

2% quidco too and 12 months interest free option with this one.

Still a lot of money but a fantastic camera!
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tempt7 m ago

CanonG1 X Mark III


Your advice is horrible.
The Fuji has a bigger sensor, better lens, more battery life, no AA filter, faster shutter and 1 extra stop for the ISO.
The Canon has stuff like bluetooth and wi-fi... great...
The only real thing going for Canon is that it has a swivel screen. That's all. (Correction: only the BT cuz the fuji also has wifi...)

Fuji is amazing in the camera department. Specially for people who are just getting in or do photography as a hobby due to the film emulations. The sensors are great and the lenses dreamy!
Edited by: "ResveZ" 23rd Dec 2017
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Too expensive for a pocket camera, but if you have the money toburn why not go for a canon or nikon?
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tempt2 m ago

Too expensive for a pocket camera, but if you have the money toburn why …Too expensive for a pocket camera, but if you have the money toburn why not go for a canon or nikon?


Do you have any recommendations for a compact? After a lot of research I couldn’t see one better than this. Are Fujifilm no good?
hellojupiter4 m ago

Do you have any recommendations for a compact? After a lot of research I …Do you have any recommendations for a compact? After a lot of research I couldn’t see one better than this. Are Fujifilm no good?


CanonG1 X Mark III
tempt7 m ago

CanonG1 X Mark III


Your advice is horrible.
The Fuji has a bigger sensor, better lens, more battery life, no AA filter, faster shutter and 1 extra stop for the ISO.
The Canon has stuff like bluetooth and wi-fi... great...
The only real thing going for Canon is that it has a swivel screen. That's all. (Correction: only the BT cuz the fuji also has wifi...)

Fuji is amazing in the camera department. Specially for people who are just getting in or do photography as a hobby due to the film emulations. The sensors are great and the lenses dreamy!
Edited by: "ResveZ" 23rd Dec 2017
The colours from the Fuji are superb. I have the X100T. It is a touch on the bulky side, but the quality and handling cancels that out.

I also love the Ricoh GR II. It produces super crisp images and is very pocketable.
It looks like an old fashioned film camera, not that that's any detriment, just an observation.
bigbaz3 m ago

It looks like an old fashioned film camera, not that that's any detriment, …It looks like an old fashioned film camera, not that that's any detriment, just an observation.



It's deliberatly 'RETRO', which is another reason why it is attractive.
Not voting either way. I still feel these cameras and similar are too expensive and the consumer is being milked more than normal.

I’m pretty sure if any of the manufacturers were to take a APS-C DSLR. Stick it in a mallet body, remove any lens changing bulk and put a semi decent lens on it. The sum of parts would be way less.
bigbaz8 m ago

It looks like an old fashioned film camera, not that that's any detriment, …It looks like an old fashioned film camera, not that that's any detriment, just an observation.


I think that helps them justify the price, its obviously a brilliant camera, but doesn't seem £1200 worth to me, if you just look at the specifications. But the retro look with the old school case? Probably adds £500.
I travelled for two years with nothing, but an original Fuji X100. It has limitations, obviously, with the fixed lens, but it's small, compact, has a brilliant fill flash and takes great photos. Do expect to be stopped regularly by people who think you are using film. On the plus side, nobody wants to steal an old film camera


£1200 does seem a lot mind. I think the original X100 cost me around £400. I'm sure it's improved, but perhaps not by £800. It's not a camera for someone looking for a 'compact'. It excels at manual controls and is aimed really at someone who knows what they are doing, or wants to learn. It is effectively best used just like an old film camera, with all the advantages of digital.
Edited by: "merlinthehappypig" 23rd Dec 2017
Oneday773 m ago

Not voting either way. I still feel these cameras and similar are too …Not voting either way. I still feel these cameras and similar are too expensive and the consumer is being milked more than normal. I’m pretty sure if any of the manufacturers were to take a APS-C DSLR. Stick it in a mallet body, remove any lens changing bulk and put a semi decent lens on it. The sum of parts would be way less.


Exactly what i was thinking. If this had a full frame sensor, then that would probably be another matter.
Fuji doesn't do Full frame which to be honest is a shame.
I shot Nikon since I can remember... then I tried Fuji.
Love hot the camera feels in the hand and how you set it.
It has a much retro feel to it that doesn't get in the way of the technology that it packs.
I've own my X-T2 over a year now. Traded all my Nikon lenses and I've never doubted my choice.
Fabulous camera
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On the Fuji UK promotions website. Doesn't link to anything when you click on it though (yet). Perhaps this promo will start nationwide in the next day or so?
hellojupiter2 h, 17 m ago

Do you have any recommendations for a compact? After a lot of research I …Do you have any recommendations for a compact? After a lot of research I couldn’t see one better than this. Are Fujifilm no good?


Don't listen to this guy. "If it's not Nikon or Canon it sux". The Fujifilm X100F is world renowned as one of the best cameras in this form factor. If not the best.
Edited by: "darknesskai" 23rd Dec 2017
Give over....most cameras are the same once you get passed 6 mega pixels. I've entered several art photography competitions just using my Polaroid.
I'm hoping to win
For £1000 surely this is for pros? I can't see anyone taking this on Holiday if they are not an enthusiast in photography. Am I wrong? Who is buying this? im curious
Hi, I like fujifilm cameras. You can save £200 if you are happy to buy from their refurbished store. Has same length warranty.
Niz27 m ago

For £1000 surely this is for pros? I can't see anyone taking this on …For £1000 surely this is for pros? I can't see anyone taking this on Holiday if they are not an enthusiast in photography. Am I wrong? Who is buying this? im curious


Think you answered your own question - enthusiasts buy it. Brilliant quality and pretty expensive, as well as being small enough to stick in a jacket pocket so you actually have it with you...
Someone borrow me the money and I'll buy it right now 🤔🤔😶😁
Want!, HEAT!
Niz43 m ago

For £1000 surely this is for pros? I can't see anyone taking this on …For £1000 surely this is for pros? I can't see anyone taking this on Holiday if they are not an enthusiast in photography. Am I wrong? Who is buying this? im curious


This kind of camera is also useful for a small camera that can get decent quality family snaps.

If you want a small camera with good quality & good in low light (even with moving kids), you need a big sensor & quality optics, plus likely a fixed lens to keep the size down. A mirrorless system with fairly flat lens can get close, but is generally bigger.

It is expensive, but value is retained well over time.

Photos of people, places, and events you capture in high quality can be valuable for a long time, even if you're not a pro or photography enthusiast.
SeanFinnegan22 m ago

Think you answered your own question - enthusiasts buy it. Brilliant …Think you answered your own question - enthusiasts buy it. Brilliant quality and pretty expensive, as well as being small enough to stick in a jacket pocket so you actually have it with you...



Just checking, products posted on HUKD just expected wider appeal and i was missing something.

edit: I was missing something damcnaughtanswered
Edited by: "Niz" 23rd Dec 2017
ResveZ4 h, 15 m ago

Your advice is horrible.The Fuji has a bigger sensor, better lens, more …Your advice is horrible.The Fuji has a bigger sensor, better lens, more battery life, no AA filter, faster shutter and 1 extra stop for the ISO.The Canon has stuff like bluetooth and wi-fi... great...The only real thing going for Canon is that it has a swivel screen. That's all. (Correction: only the BT cuz the fuji also has wifi...)Fuji is amazing in the camera department. Specially for people who are just getting in or do photography as a hobby due to the film emulations. The sensors are great and the lenses dreamy!


But this has only ONE fixed focal lens of length 23mm. Too restricting (wide) for most users.

Very disappointed with Fuji quality control ie bought a new 35mm f1.4 - just full of dust, and my XT-1 is peeling its rubbery skin in several places and the left side access hatch is all distorted, after less than 3 years. Just not got it as a pro system. Never again.

I've good old 50+ year old Canon rangefinders that are in better condition.
Great camera, but not a good price...I should go for any of the previous models ( the lens is always the same) for a lot less money.
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UKSoaper3 h, 44 m ago

[Image] On the Fuji UK promotions website. Doesn't link to anything when …[Image] On the Fuji UK promotions website. Doesn't link to anything when you click on it though (yet). Perhaps this promo will start nationwide in the next day or so?


Yes saw that but redeeming is always hassle, at least this deal includes it in the box!
airdsuk13 h, 41 m ago

But this has only ONE fixed focal lens of length 23mm. Too restricting …But this has only ONE fixed focal lens of length 23mm. Too restricting (wide) for most users. Very disappointed with Fuji quality control ie bought a new 35mm f1.4 - just full of dust, and my XT-1 is peeling its rubbery skin in several places and the left side access hatch is all distorted, after less than 3 years. Just not got it as a pro system. Never again. I've good old 50+ year old Canon rangefinders that are in better condition.


If you love Canon then stick with Canon. I can't speak to your experience with Fuji.
But I will say that 23mm on this camera isn't that wide because of the APSC sensor it has a 1.5x crop factor, making it a full frame equivalent of around 35mm. And 35mm is actually a very good "all round" focal length, for landscapes and portraits.
RichieRahh13 h, 57 m ago

Someone borrow me the money and I'll buy it right now …Someone borrow me the money and I'll buy it right now 🤔🤔😶😁


Get a 0% credit card and it can be yours
Bendown5 m ago

Get a 0% credit card and it can be yours


Ain't that stupid, I have two kids to worry about lol
RichieRahh4 m ago

Ain't that stupid, I have two kids to worry about lol


No probs, have a good Christmas
Bendown11 m ago

No probs, have a good Christmas


You too! Appreciate it.
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