FUJIFILM X100F Refurbished - Free Wide  Conversion Lens Silver WCL-X100) @ Fujifilm shop - £809.10
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FUJIFILM X100F Refurbished - Free Wide Conversion Lens Silver WCL-X100) @ Fujifilm shop - £809.10

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Posted 12th Oct
Please note the wide conversion lens is not the latest model and it's only available in silver. The camera is available in both black and silver. The WCL can be hacked with a small magnet making it perform like version 2. The 2 versions are optically identical.

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FUJIFILM X100F


  • X-Trans™* CMOS III & X Processor Pro
  • Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder
  • Intuitive Analog Operation
  • Focus Lever for Quick Selection of Focus Areas
  • Film Simulation "ACROS"
  • Digital Teleconverter



The FUJIFILM X100F signifies the achievement of new heights in Fujifilm's endless pursuit of perfection in photography. Perfection means creating a system that allows photographers to control, frame, and create with style, ease, and purpose. A long-anticipated iteration of the X100 series, the FUJIFILM X100F is a powerful addition to FUJIFILM X Series, offering photographers the versatility of endless creativity.

New features in the FUJIFILM X100F include the Built-In ISO Dial, incorporated into the Shutter Speed Dial reminiscent of film cameras of yesteryear, the focus lever, which allows you to instantaneously move the focus area without having to take your eye off the viewfinder, and the “C” position for enabling ±5 stop exposure compensation. Most of the operation-related buttons and dials are concentrated on the right-hand side to allow quick change of settings while firmly holding the camera.


You can now change the magnification of the electronic rangefinder, shown in a small window as EVF at the bottom right corner of the optical viewfinder, for enhanced accuracy when checking the focus. The Real Time Parallax*** Correction function is applied to the focus area in addition to the guide frame to enable assured framing and focusing in the Manual Focus mode.


The Film Simulation function now features the ACROS mode. Using X-Processor Pro's advanced processing capability, the mode offers smooth gradation, deep blacks and beautiful textures to create monochrome images that far outperform the previous Monochrome mode.


The FUJIFILM X100F features the 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III, an APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter boasting the highest performance in the history of the X Series, as well as the X-Processor Pro high-speed image processing engine to deliver outstanding color reproduction and gradation of tones in both stills and videos with high ISO sensitivity and low noise.


The FUJIFILM X100F's lens has a built-in ND filter, which is useful when shooting with the aperture wide open in bright light, or when opting to use a slow shutter speed. The three-stop ND filter, which cuts down the amount of light to 1/8, can be activated easily with the function button or from the camera menu.
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Good deal, any voucher codes available?
Outstanding deal, well found!
Good deal, but personally I wouldn't want anything less than a full frame camera. With my existing lens stock
SClub12/10/2019 08:38

Outstanding deal, well found!



Why is this an outstanding deal? Brand new boxed ones have sold recently on ebay for about £700. This is used / refurbished. Used ones go on ebay for about £600. This comes with the lens, but still I don't see how this is an outstanding deal at £809(?). Fujifilm must be laughing all the way to the bank - all you are doing is helping them keep their prices over inflated.
jasee12/10/2019 09:41

Good deal, but personally I wouldn't want anything less than a full frame …Good deal, but personally I wouldn't want anything less than a full frame camera. With my existing lens stock


Do you realise this is an outstanding fixed lens camera. I understand where you're coming from. I have some old Minolta G lenses and I should buy Sony A7 variant somewhere along the lines. However I'm completely sold on the Fuji X100 series, it's the most awesome travel camera. There is always chatter that the next in the range of the X100 will be FF, but I can't see it happening.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Oct
Master_Yoda12/10/2019 09:43

Why is this an outstanding deal? Brand new boxed ones have sold recently …Why is this an outstanding deal? Brand new boxed ones have sold recently on ebay for about £700. This is used / refurbished. Used ones go on ebay for about £600. This comes with the lens, but still I don't see how this is an outstanding deal at £809(?). Fujifilm must be laughing all the way to the bank - all you are doing is helping them keep their prices over inflated.


If they are grey imports Fuji UK won't touch them.
Master_Yoda12/10/2019 09:43

Why is this an outstanding deal? Brand new boxed ones have sold recently …Why is this an outstanding deal? Brand new boxed ones have sold recently on ebay for about £700. This is used / refurbished. Used ones go on ebay for about £600. This comes with the lens, but still I don't see how this is an outstanding deal at £809(?). Fujifilm must be laughing all the way to the bank - all you are doing is helping them keep their prices over inflated.


Depends whether the new ones really are brand new stock and have a 1 year warranty with Fujifilm, I guess, and whether you care.

I've bought multiple refurbs from Fuji and they've all been as new but brown boxed.

There's refurbs and 'refurbs' in my experience.
Master_Yoda12/10/2019 09:43

Why is this an outstanding deal? Brand new boxed ones have sold recently …Why is this an outstanding deal? Brand new boxed ones have sold recently on ebay for about £700. This is used / refurbished. Used ones go on ebay for about £600. This comes with the lens, but still I don't see how this is an outstanding deal at £809(?). Fujifilm must be laughing all the way to the bank - all you are doing is helping them keep their prices over inflated.


anything which comes with a lens is an outstanding deal. you can use this straight out of the box.
SClub12/10/2019 09:50

Depends whether the new ones really are brand new stock and have a 1 year …Depends whether the new ones really are brand new stock and have a 1 year warranty with Fujifilm, I guess, and whether you care.I've bought multiple refurbs from Fuji and they've all been as new but brown boxed.There's refurbs and 'refurbs' in my experience.


Agree those are as new probably even 0 shutter count, with converter worth 150 it make 650 for brand new x100f, very good deal, I have never seen brand new x100f sold for this price
OllieSt12/10/2019 09:45

Do you realise this is an outstanding fixed lens camera. I understand …Do you realise this is an outstanding fixed lens camera. I understand where you're coming from. I have some old Minolta G lenses and I should by Sony A7 variant somewhere along the lines. However I'm completely sold on the Fuji X100 series, it's the most awesome travel camera. There is always chatter that the next in the range of the X100 will be FF, but I can't see it happening.



That is exactly where I'm coming from and I do have a Sony A7. I also have an asp-c camera with a couple of lenses. The point is the optics in asp-3 cameras are smaller, so they have to be better built to perform as well as a full frame, and of course they are not. So I don't see the point
jasee12/10/2019 10:46

That is exactly where I'm coming from and I do have a Sony A7. I also have …That is exactly where I'm coming from and I do have a Sony A7. I also have an asp-c camera with a couple of lenses. The point is the optics in asp-3 cameras are smaller, so they have to be better built to perform as well as a full frame, and of course they are not. So I don't see the point


The build quality on X100 range is top notch with a really unique viewfinder, no chance of dust on the sensor, and now show me the size and the weight of the 35mm lens you would use on the A7.

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The X100 range is a niche market camera, but you won't find too many mediocre reviews out there. Fuji offer good support with firmware upgrades and have a decent length between replacement models. The latest and greatest variant is not normally worth the upgrade from the previous model to most.

Try one if you get the chance.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Oct
Sony owners love their cameras.

Fuji owners love their photos.

Just my experience from meeting the two in the wild.
eatmorefish12/10/2019 12:15

Sony owners love their cameras.Fuji owners love their photos.Just my …Sony owners love their cameras.Fuji owners love their photos.Just my experience from meeting the two in the wild.


I am always amazed with the lack of post processing required with Fuji film simulation settings. After all that was always their strength.
OllieSt12/10/2019 11:44

The build quality on X100 range is top notch with a really unique …The build quality on X100 range is top notch with a really unique viewfinder, no chance of dust on the sensor, and now show me the size and the weight of the 35mm lens you would use on the A7.[Image] The X100 range is a niche market camera, but you won't find too many mediocre reviews out there. Fuji offer good support with firmware upgrades and have a decent length between replacement models. The latest and greatest variant is not normally worth the upgrade from the previous model to most. Try one if you get the chance.


X100 v A7r3 in flesh. I have a 24mm lens on the sony, imagine the extra bulk from an additional 11mm. Sony A7 can't compete with x100 on size and portability.

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tempt12/10/2019 12:31

X100 v A7r3 in flesh. I have a 24mm lens on the sony, imagine the extra …X100 v A7r3 in flesh. I have a 24mm lens on the sony, imagine the extra bulk from an additional 11mm. Sony A7 can't compete with x100 on size and portability. [Image]


Very nice combo. I must ask, what would be your choice if it had to be A7 and any single lens v X100.

Also what kit would you take on a 2 week vacation?


I ask as I have nearly pulled the trigger on the A7 so many times.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Oct
OllieSt12/10/2019 12:32

Very nice combo. I must ask, what would be your choice if it had to be A7 …Very nice combo. I must ask, what would be your choice if it had to be A7 and any single lens v X100 a) For a 2 week vacation?b) A day out with a camera?



a) A7 with a couple of lenses (e.g. the Tamron 17-28, 50mm).
b) X100
Cropped sensor for £800 refurbed. This is madness surely.
Great deal - but not everyone will understand or appreciate why. Heat added
Edited by: "Kayne" 12th Oct
I love the ignorance on camera threads "this isn't the exact camera I own / want so it must be rubbish".
OllieSt12/10/2019 11:44

The build quality on X100 range is top notch with a really unique …The build quality on X100 range is top notch with a really unique viewfinder, no chance of dust on the sensor, and now show me the size and the weight of the 35mm lens you would use on the A7.[Image] The X100 range is a niche market camera, but you won't find too many mediocre reviews out there. Fuji offer good support with firmware upgrades and have a decent length between replacement models. The latest and greatest variant is not normally worth the upgrade from the previous model to most. Try one if you get the chance.



Well it is a bit of a lump but it is a f1.4 weighing in at 650gms

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The standard Sony 28-70 is pretty good, still quite heavy though
jasee12/10/2019 13:48

Well it is a bit of a lump but it is a f1.4 weighing in at 650gms Well it is a bit of a lump but it is a f1.4 weighing in at 650gms [Image] The standard Sony 28-70 is pretty good, still quite heavy though


Just to put things into perspective.

This is a lump
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Just looked at the price of these now, pretty ridiculous. I paid decent money for the 65mm, 150mm and body, but not stupid money. I haven't used it for well over 8 years.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Oct
OllieSt12/10/2019 09:47

If they are grey imports Fuji UK won't touch them.


This is an official Fuji refurb, sold by their own online store. Bought an XT1 with zoom a few months back when someone kindly posted on here, it was practically new. Not a scratch on it.
stkrup12/10/2019 08:26

Good deal, any voucher codes available?


They’re offering 10% as standard so I guess not.
hcc2712/10/2019 14:11

This is an official Fuji refurb, sold by their own online store. Bought an …This is an official Fuji refurb, sold by their own online store. Bought an XT1 with zoom a few months back when someone kindly posted on here, it was practically new. Not a scratch on it.


Yeah I know that, I was referring to someone else claiming they could be bought cheaper on eBay new in a box. My personal experience with Fuji refurb is looks like new, in a plain box, with the same warranty as new. Same deal as Sennheiser who don't even change packaging just put refurb sticker on the box.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Oct
I have the original X100 limited edition black. It still performs faultlessly. I own Olympus Penf and OMD em1 with pro lenses. The old X100 holds its own with image quality and handling/size.
wouldnt be without it 👌
ceebs12/10/2019 15:03

I have the original X100 limited edition black. It still performs …I have the original X100 limited edition black. It still performs faultlessly. I own Olympus Penf and OMD em1 with pro lenses. The old X100 holds its own with image quality and handling/size.wouldnt be without it 👌


Have you used pen f with 12mm f2 lens? Spectacular quality just wonder if x100f could beat it
OllieSt12/10/2019 14:13

Yeah I know that, I was referring to someone else claiming they could be …Yeah I know that, I was referring to someone else claiming they could be bought cheaper on eBay new in a box. My personal experience with Fuji refurb is looks like new, in a plain box, with the same warranty as new. Same deal as Sennheiser who don't even change packaging just put refurb sticker on the box.


Lol, I've bought lots of Sennheiser refurbs. They were in terrible used condition. I wouldn't compare Fujifilm to Sennheiser. Fujifilm is in a different league.
Master_Yoda12/10/2019 16:09

Lol, I've bought lots of Sennheiser refurbs. They were in terrible used …Lol, I've bought lots of Sennheiser refurbs. They were in terrible used condition. I wouldn't compare Fujifilm to Sennheiser. Fujifilm is in a different league.


That's bizarre. I've bought HD 25ii, HD600, HD650 and PXC 550 and all have looked like new. The exact same experience as refurb Fuji's for me. I must have been very lucky or you've been incredibly unlucky.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Oct
OllieSt12/10/2019 14:00

Just to put things into perspective. This is a lump [Image] Just looked …Just to put things into perspective. This is a lump [Image] Just looked at the price of these now, pretty ridiculous. I paid decent money for the 65mm, 150mm and body, but not stupid money. I haven't used it for well over 8 years.



You've got me beat there, although I have got a 4X5" enlarger set up in the loft!
stkrup12/10/2019 15:15

Have you used pen f with 12mm f2 lens? Spectacular quality just wonder if …Have you used pen f with 12mm f2 lens? Spectacular quality just wonder if x100f could beat it


No. I don’t have that lens. I use 1.8 lenses on the Penf
hcc2712/10/2019 14:11

This is an official Fuji refurb, sold by their own online store. Bought an …This is an official Fuji refurb, sold by their own online store. Bought an XT1 with zoom a few months back when someone kindly posted on here, it was practically new. Not a scratch on it.



SClub12/10/2019 09:50

Depends whether the new ones really are brand new stock and have a 1 year …Depends whether the new ones really are brand new stock and have a 1 year warranty with Fujifilm, I guess, and whether you care.I've bought multiple refurbs from Fuji and they've all been as new but brown boxed.There's refurbs and 'refurbs' in my experience.


After reading your comments, I decided to buy a camera from their refurb site. Arrived today and the camera body has got a lot of scratches / scuffs on it. Easily at least 20 minor chips to the metal body and lens / scratches / scuffs (including to one of the plastic buttons). Does not look refurbished or like new at all!! Looks like it's been heavily used. My Nikon DSLR which I've had for years still looks brand new and I've taken that around the world, so god knows what these refurbs have been put through. Not happy at all. The Fujifilm Refurb box it came in clearly says on it "Refurbished digital cameras may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections such as scratches, marks or discolourations but these in no way impair camera operation". That doesn't sound like the definition of a refurb to me AT ALL?? That is the definition of a USED item ffs. A refurb should be REFURBISHED to look like new. That is what a refurb is. Very disappointed with Fujifilm - this is worse condition than I sell used items on ebay. Not sure what I can even argue with Fujifilm if that is their definition of a refurb.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 8 h, 32 m ago
Master_Yoda15/10/2019 11:15

After reading your comments, I decided to buy a camera from their refurb …After reading your comments, I decided to buy a camera from their refurb site. Arrived today and the camera body has got a lot of scratches / scuffs on it. Easily at least 20 minor chips to the metal body and lens / scratches / scuffs (including to one of the plastic buttons). Does not look refurbished or like new at all!! Looks like it's been heavily used. My Nikon DSLR which I've had for years still looks brand new and I've taken that around the world, so god knows what these refurbs have been put through. Not happy at all. The Fujifilm Refurb box it came in clearly says on it "Refurbished digital cameras may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections such as scratches, marks or discolourations but these in no way impair camera operation". That doesn't sound like the definition of a refurb to me AT ALL?? That is the definition of a USED item ffs. A refurb should be REFURBISHED to look like new. That is what a refurb is. Very disappointed with Fujifilm - this is worse condition than I sell used items on ebay. Not sure what I can even argue with Fujifilm if that is their definition of a refurb.


You can send it back. If you want to try again and can afford to do so, buying another one prior to sending this one back will ensure you don’t get the same camera. What camera was it?
OllieSt15/10/2019 11:24

You can send it back. If you want to try again and can afford to do so, …You can send it back. If you want to try again and can afford to do so, buying another one prior to sending this one back will ensure you don’t get the same camera. What camera was it?



X-Pro 2 with lens
Master_Yoda15/10/2019 11:27

X-Pro 2 with lens


You and refurbs doesn’t look like a good combo.

Can you post an image to show the condition
Edited by: "OllieSt" 7 h, 56 m ago
OllieSt15/10/2019 11:32

You and refurbs doesn’t look like a good combo. Can you post a …You and refurbs doesn’t look like a good combo. Can you post an image to show the condition


Not gonna post pics in case they see the thread. Shot count was approx 5,000 (is that normal for Fuji refurbs?). Also, has dust inside the viewfinder (...) - Definitely don't want this camera back. This has put me right off refurbished cameras.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 7 h, 9 m ago
Anyone else who ordered refurbs from Fuji - please post what your shutter count was when received. Would be very interested to hear what people are receiving as refurbs.
Master_Yoda15/10/2019 12:27

Not gonna post pics in case they see the thread. Shot count was approx …Not gonna post pics in case they see the thread. Shot count was approx 5,000 (is that normal for Fuji refurbs?). Also, has dust inside the viewfinder (...) - Definitely don't want this camera back. This has put me right off refurbished cameras.


Seriously! Why would Fuji be following this thread, and more to the point why would it concern you if they were ?

My shot count has been zero each and every time I've purchased Fuji refurbs.


Master_Yoda12/10/2019 16:09

Lol, I've bought lots of Sennheiser refurbs. They were in terrible used …Lol, I've bought lots of Sennheiser refurbs. They were in terrible used condition. I wouldn't compare Fujifilm to Sennheiser. Fujifilm is in a different league.


The above statement makes not sense based on this

Master_Yoda15/10/2019 11:15

After reading your comments, I decided to buy a camera from their refurb …After reading your comments, I decided to buy a camera from their refurb site.

Edited by: "OllieSt" 6 h, 42 m ago
OllieSt15/10/2019 13:03

Seriously! Why would Fuji be following this thread, and more to the point …Seriously! Why would Fuji be following this thread, and more to the point why would it concern you if they were ?My shot count has been zero each and every time I've purchased Fuji refurbs.The above statement makes not sense based on this


I'm not putting personally identifiable info on this website, but thanks anyway(!). Also, I have spoken with Fuji - they have made clear that it is extremely rare that they send out 0 count cameras as refurbs and said any replacement they give me will not have 0 count. They made clear that if it was zero count it wouldn't be sold as a refurb normally and that the vast majority of the refurbs they sell have been used like the one I received.
Master_Yoda15/10/2019 13:10

I'm not putting personally identifiable info on this website, but thanks …I'm not putting personally identifiable info on this website, but thanks anyway(!). Also, I have spoken with Fuji - they have made clear that it is extremely rare that they send out 0 count cameras as refurbs and said any replacement they give me will not have 0 count. They made clear that if it was zero count it wouldn't be sold as a refurb normally and that the vast majority of the refurbs they sell have been used like the one I received.


I must be blessed then. My refurbed Fuji's have been like new, exactly the same as my Sennheiser supplied refurb experience.

Are you gonna call it a day on a Fuji refurb or try again? (great choice of camera btw)
Edited by: "OllieSt" 6 h, 17 m ago
Master_Yoda15/10/2019 11:15

After reading your comments, I decided to buy a camera from their refurb …After reading your comments, I decided to buy a camera from their refurb site. Arrived today and the camera body has got a lot of scratches / scuffs on it. Easily at least 20 minor chips to the metal body and lens / scratches / scuffs (including to one of the plastic buttons). Does not look refurbished or like new at all!! Looks like it's been heavily used. My Nikon DSLR which I've had for years still looks brand new and I've taken that around the world, so god knows what these refurbs have been put through. Not happy at all. The Fujifilm Refurb box it came in clearly says on it "Refurbished digital cameras may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections such as scratches, marks or discolourations but these in no way impair camera operation". That doesn't sound like the definition of a refurb to me AT ALL?? That is the definition of a USED item ffs. A refurb should be REFURBISHED to look like new. That is what a refurb is. Very disappointed with Fujifilm - this is worse condition than I sell used items on ebay. Not sure what I can even argue with Fujifilm if that is their definition of a refurb.


Wow, sorry to hear that. Your description does not resonate with any of the kit I have bought from them over the years (3 x X-E2 kits, 1 x X-E2S body, 2 x X-A2 kits, 4 X X-A5 kits, 2 x X-T1 kits, 1 x X-T20 kit). That said, I haven't bought anything for 18 months or so.

The equipment I've received has always been as new in Fuji refurb box. I had one issue with an X-E2 shutter failing immediately, but they sent out an X-E2s body immediately by means of replacement. Really does sound out of character unless things have changed and it's all gone downhill.

Hope it's resolved swiftly.
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