Fujifilm XF 16mm f1.4 lens £729 at Currys (£539 after Fuji double cashback, £478.25 allowing for 10% TCB as well)
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Fujifilm XF 16mm f1.4 lens £729 at Currys (£539 after Fuji double cashback, £478.25 allowing for 10% TCB as well)

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Found 29th Dec 2017
This is a fantastic price for this lens after Fuji £190 double cashback if you buy up to and including 1/1, plus an advertised 10% cashback from Topcashback up to 31/12 (£60.75 as they pay on the ex-VAT price), should be £478.25 after both. The Fuji cashback is easy to redeem online, you just have to wait 30 days after your order and not more than 60 to do so.
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I really like my Fuji camera though the price of the prime lenses are disheartening!!
Mabbs3 m ago

I really like my Fuji camera though the price of the prime lenses are …I really like my Fuji camera though the price of the prime lenses are disheartening!!


Sure are. You should try the 23,35 and 50mm f2 lenses. All much better value and superb.
£478 would be an absolute bargain for this lens.
Superb lens.
Great find but OOS for home delivery now. Still bargains to be had with the 14mm, 56mm and 10-24mm zoom.
Got x Pro 2 prefer Sony range. But I want something different from normal people. Most people use now Canon, Sony and Nikon. Lense on fuji are usually expensive than the other brand.
10-24 is an epic lens.
You can get it from here for £669 and I presume you can then claim the double discount of £190 which makes it £479.
I’m buying a X-T20 this weekend so been looking at lenses.
TSPS4 m ago

You can get it from here for £669 and I presume you can then claim the …You can get it from here for £669 and I presume you can then claim the double discount of £190 which makes it £479. I’m buying a X-T20 this weekend so been looking at lenses.


That site looks dodgy and unlikely to be a participating retailer to qualify for cashback
Trustpiolot seem to think they are ok but you may be correct on the cash back as these could be imports.
TSPS13 m ago

You can get it from here for £669 and I presume you can then claim the …You can get it from here for £669 and I presume you can then claim the double discount of £190 which makes it £479. I’m buying a X-T20 this weekend so been looking at lenses.


Don't Think this retailer is covered by Fuji UK cash back promotion though! If I recall correctly this website is Irish based or at least their ebay page indicate so.
Ziad8111 h, 51 m ago

Don't Think this retailer is covered by Fuji UK cash back promotion …Don't Think this retailer is covered by Fuji UK cash back promotion though! If I recall correctly this website is Irish based or at least their ebay page indicate so.


It lists Hong Kong address as office address. So 100% no cashback
TSPS13 h, 25 m ago

You can get it from here for £669 and I presume you can then claim the …You can get it from here for £669 and I presume you can then claim the double discount of £190 which makes it £479. I’m buying a X-T20 this weekend so been looking at lenses.


Have fun with the X-T20. Had it for a few months now. A stunningly good camera.
greencode32 m ago

Have fun with the X-T20. Had it for a few months now. A stunningly good …Have fun with the X-T20. Had it for a few months now. A stunningly good camera.


Any recommendations on lenses?
TSPS4 m ago

Any recommendations on lenses?


pay as little as possible for them good luck!
TSPS48 m ago

Any recommendations on lenses?


I have the three f2 prime lenses (23, 35 and 50). All are around the £400 mark. All great lenses and nice a small so feel right on the X-T20. The 35mm stays on mine most of the time.
greencode1 h, 49 m ago

I have the three f2 prime lenses (23, 35 and 50). All are around the £400 …I have the three f2 prime lenses (23, 35 and 50). All are around the £400 mark. All great lenses and nice a small so feel right on the X-T20. The 35mm stays on mine most of the time.


meh - they look silly with that funnel shape are there any good 'value' lenses?
only thing that looks like it is the 18-55 kit really and its still 400quid.
brilly20 m ago

meh - they look silly with that funnel shape are there any good 'value' …meh - they look silly with that funnel shape are there any good 'value' lenses?only thing that looks like it is the 18-55 kit really and its still 400quid.


Weird comment. These are cracking lenses. Look at all of the reviews!!
greencode13 m ago

Weird comment. These are cracking lenses. Look at all of the reviews!!


dont think its that weird - i know they are well reviewed - is the 18-55 not well reviewed?
sure you get weather sealing but lose stabilisation and dont get such a massive boost over the kit

they are a victim of their own success - other systems have lowish end kit and with a 'cheap' prime get a massive boost
brilly11 m ago

dont think its that weird - i know they are well reviewed - is the 18-55 …dont think its that weird - i know they are well reviewed - is the 18-55 not well reviewed?sure you get weather sealing but lose stabilisation and dont get such a massive boost over the kitthey are a victim of their own success - other systems have lowish end kit and with a 'cheap' prime get a massive boost


You don’t need stabilisation and they are a huge boost over the 18-55 lens. Stupidly quick and excellent in low light.

Each to their own.
greencode21 m ago

You don’t need stabilisation and they are a huge boost over the 18-55 l …You don’t need stabilisation and they are a huge boost over the 18-55 lens. Stupidly quick and excellent in low light. Each to their own.


stabilisation comment a bit silly but sure - each to their own
TSPS9 h, 25 m ago

Any recommendations on lenses?


Try the XC lenses. Build quality isn't as good as XF but optically superb. I've been published using both my XC lenses. Made of plastic so lighter and great for travel. £100 to £200 used/refurbed.

I have the XF 27mm which is a tiny pancake lens making my X-E2 pocketable (jacket pocket). Great for street photography.
XF 35mm f2 is possible the best lens I've ever owned.
Get them all second hand or from fuji's refurb page. 27mm was £150 and the 35mm was £230.
Currently using my old Nikkor 50mm on my X-E2 using a £20 adapter. Superb quality.
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