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Fujifilm X-T3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished (12 months warranty with Fujifilm) - £1,124.10 @ Fujifilm Shop
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OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-T3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished - £1,124.10 @ Fujifilm
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Posted 14th Nov 2019Posted 14th Nov 2019
FUJIFILM X-T3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished - £1,124.10 @ Fujifilm
£1,124.10
The Fujifilm X-T3 joins the X-series as the world's first APS-C mirrorless camera capable of internal 4K/60p 4:2:0 10-bit recording. Designed to meet the needs of professional vide… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-T30 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished - £764.10 @ Fujifilm
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OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-T20 Kit (XC15-45mm or 16-50mm Lens) Refurbished £409.09 @ Fujifilm
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OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

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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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 smal… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

X100 Series Conversion Lens Bundle (TCL-X100 + WCL-X100) - Black £149 fujifilm
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OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

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FinePix XP130 (Refurb) - £64.98 elivered @ Fujifilm Shop
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Seems like a good summer holiday buy if you've got kids. Brand new, these are £99.99. FINEPIX XP130 5x optical zoom with 28mm* wide-angle setting 16.4 megapixel 1/2.3"-inch BS… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-A10 Kit (XC16-50mm mkII Lens) Refurbished £149 (+4.99 shipping) at Fujifilm Shop
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X-A10 + 16-50mm MK2 lens refurbished from Fujifilm. Excellent price, and probably the best image quality you would get per pound spent. Fujifilm refurbished items tend to be in a… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-T20 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished - Fujifilm
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OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-T20 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished £559.20 @ Fuju Shop
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OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished - Fujifilm - I reckon 1 only
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FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished - Fujifilm - I reckon 1 only
£575.20£71920%
OFFER PRICE ENDS 31ST MARCH For me this shows no discount until added to the basket (unlike other Fuji refurb offers). I'm pretty sure there is only 1 kit available. This comes … Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-T20 Kit (XC16-50mm mkII + XC50-230mm mkII) - Silver - Refurbished - Fujifilm for £519.19
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FUJIFILM X-T20 Kit (XC16-50mm mkII + XC50-230mm mkII) - Silver - Refurbished - Fujifilm for £519.19
£519.19£64920%
OFFER PRICE ENDS 31ST MARCH FUJIFILM X-T20 24.3 megapixel APS-C sized X-Trans CMOS III sensor X-Trans™* CMOS III sensor & X-Processor Pro New C Position on Exposure Co… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-Pro2 Graphite + Graphite XF23mm F2.0 Lens Kit - Refurbished - Fujifilm for £1159.20
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FUJIFILM X-Pro2 Graphite + Graphite XF23mm F2.0 Lens Kit - Refurbished - Fujifilm for £1159.20
£1,159.20£1,44920%
Stunning price for this kit OFFER PRICE ENDS 31ST MARCH FUJIFILM X-PRO2 GRAPHITE X-Trans™* CMOS III sensor & X Processor Pro Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder 1/800… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

20% off Fujifilm Refurbished Mirrorless Cameras and Lenses until 31/03/2019
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Fujifilm have 20% off refurbished mirrorless cameras and lenses until 31/03/2019. Refurb prices are normally about 20% of the RRP, so with the extra 20% you're looking at 36% off … Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-T1 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished £399.19 Fujifilm Shop
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FUJIFILM X-T1 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) Refurbished £399.19. FUJIFILM X-T1 "Real time" 2.36M-dot OLED Viewfinder 16MP APS-C X Trans CMOS II sensor + EXR Processor II Intelligent H… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

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OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJIFILM X-T1 Kit (XF18-135mm Lens) Refurbished £549 at Fuji Refurbished site
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FUJIFILM X-T1 Kit (XF18-135mm Lens) Refurbished £549 at Fuji Refurbished site. I have used the site a few times and the items I have had have been like new. Although camera is a… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

Fuji X-T10 Refurb with 16-50mm Lens - £299 @ Fuji store
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Fuji refurb - fairly old now but great price for a quality camera. Presumably reduced as X-T30 announcement on the way. Fuji refurbs very good in my experience.
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

Fujifilm Double Cashback! X-T20 XF18-55 £709 w/cashback
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Posted 23rd Nov 2018Posted 23rd Nov 2018
Fujifilm Double Cashback! X-T20 XF18-55 £709 w/cashback
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As they did last year, Fuji have doubled the cashback on a range of cameras and kits when purchased between the 23rd - 26th November from an authorised retailer (Amazon and Jessops… Read more
OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!

FUJI X-E2 with XF18-55mm F2.8-4 Lens (Refurbished) - £399 @ Fujifilm
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OllieSt

I'm a great fan of Fuji refurbs but on this occasion, with a bit of legwork, I think this is the better deal, or certainly worth considering. 1. 2 year warranty from Fuji 2. 0% finance available 3. £180 cashback - Brings cost down to £969.00 4. Selling the free VPB- should be able to clear £175 on eBay - brings cost down to under £800 Gives you £300 towards buying the superior 16-55WR lens or a prime of your choice.

freyabo

Whoop! Cool deal, top class kit.

bbsniper

Great price, camera is amazing and kit lens performs very well

marmaluke

Fantastic price

Digital_plumber

Very specific but Manchester airport T1 Dixon’s had this exact camera, ex-display for £764 yesterday afternoon.

OllieSt

Out of stock and expired

OllieSt

That's a good price. No Fuji warranty with that though. In fact you might well find Fuji UK won't touch it at all if there's a problem outside of warranty. For me a website that has a UK number, is based in Hong Kong and does not provide any form of address is a no no.

Jonathan78

You can buy the Xt30 with XF 18-55 lens kits for £865 with WOWCamera.com https://www.wowcamera.com/Fujifilm-X-T30-Body--Black-with-XF18-55mm-Lens_p_3270.html

freyabo

If I had the cash right now, I'd buy this in a flash. Truly excellent body, and the lens is highly thought of, so much better than usual kit lenses. Grrrr, just come at the wrong time for me. Oh well, next year then..

bear2020

Really appreciate your feedback here, thank you. I’ll wait for BF and if the price doesn’t get close enough to the one posted here, I will consider a refurb camera. I’d also considered buying the body and then a white box version of the lens for around £320.

malcolm01

it seems the 15-45mm lens better for video and 18-55mm better for photo.

jan08

Just ordered the X-T30 with 18-55 for £769. More expensive that the deal here, but from the comments above it seems the extra is worthwhile

malcolm01

I have Nikon full frame camera and only use Fujifilm for video and travel. I find the kid lens 15-45 is pretty good, and very light.

luke997

My kit with 16-50mm arrived today. Everything looked and packed as brand new, except for the box which says refurbished. Daughter is very happy with it (y)

980971

Fuji kit lenses on this are great, I wouldn't be put off, it's just that the XF lenses are better and worth stretching to if you can

Master_Yoda

Just got mine back having been refurbished/cleaned. Looks ok - no marks and no dust inside. The weird thing is, I sent it back with zero shutter count and what has been sent back to me has 100 shutter count... hmm... I didn't take a photo of the serial number before sending it back as I didn't think I needed to so don't know if this is a different camera... I was told my camera was being taken apart and refurbished and sent back. Also, I called a few times and when the job was done, someone confirmed it had been done, so I don't think they lied to me. Is it normal for a shutter count to increase by exactly 100 during refurbishing / cleaning or have they just sent me a different camera lol?

stkrup

just relax, no camera is worth such hassle, send it back, get a refund this is not a deal of the year anyway, If i were you I would not send it to have it fixed, they may mess up something else.

Master_Yoda

Spoke to them - they don't have any more X100Fs in stock apart from the ones with all the problems that they've already offered me. They have agreed to take my one apart, remove the dust and send it back to me. Do I need to be worried about them taking it apart and putting it back together? Never had a camera sent for repairs/cleaning before. They have some others waiting to be worked on which haven't been added to the pool for sale yet, but they 'all' need significant repairs done on them and the one I received is the best. Also - the other camera I received (the 5000 shot count one) with the dust, chips/scratches is now going to be 'refurbished' after I sent it back i.e. it was definitely sent out to me without being 'refurbished' as I suspected... Also regarding those of you who get cameras with zero shutter counts in mint condition - they are saying, whenever they get refurb stock and put the items for sale, the earlier you order, the more likely you are to get cameras like that. This would also explain why people like Ollie who watch the refurb pages like a hawk get mint condition zero shutter count cameras.

OllieSt

If I were in your shoes and you still want to persevere I would quote them this: Every product that is returned in this way is extensively inspected and tested by trained technicians and restored to a like-new condition. I think it's reasonable to assume 'like new condition' should be dust free. With a years warranty I would ask them if they would consider cleaning it for you However they may or may not quote this to you. Refurbished products may exhibit some minor cosmetic imperfections but these in no way impair products operation. Otherwise just get your money back and move on. Your purchase is driving me nuts, I can only imagine what it's doing to you.

Master_Yoda

Looking online there are countless people with this same issue and this camera. It really beggars belief if you look. I looked at their viewfinders and it's exactly the same as mine. Same issue of this appearing when using EVF. Clearly a massive design fault by fujifilm with poor sealing and no excuse for it given it's a fixed lens camera and the high price. Someone said they managed to move their dust by using an air duster spray. I just tried that and it didn't move at all. Someone else said he used one of those piezo clicker ignition lighters to use electric charge to move it, but others pointed out that would damage the electronics...

suduck68

Out of stock again

stkrup

Back in stock 5 available

hedgemonkey9874

Out of stock.

OllieSt

OOS

BlackCloud

That's a great price for the original converters. For anyone who doesn't know... They're a bit of a faff to use on the x100 series having to select the setting for the right lens in the menu. The 2nd series of converters has a magnet so the x100f knows which conversion lens is fitted automatically. The 1st series like these here can be modded with a little magnet apparently so they work just the same.

djmorgan07

Does that price include VAT?

kibethewalrus

This looks like an fab deal, just a bit late for me and my holiday!

GolfSpain

I've bought many refurbished cameras from Fujifilm, all in excellent condition. Same warranty as new so its a no-brainer to me! New versions of this camera are around £99 by the looks of it. The new XP140 is £179 WOW..

surface551

Arrived last week and is in perfect condition. Thanks Op

phoni

Yes and generated one myself. Didn't post it here as lots of threads say "no referrals" for some reason. And it would be a referral because the person using the code gets 5% off but also the person who generated the code (for some future purchase from Fuji)

brilly

anyone tried all the paypalx variations? 5 and 12 were ones i remember that worked in the past - maybe theres another

TK42

Did you find the code?

TK42

Was definitely showing in stock when posted.

OllieSt

Fuji do choose to package the sought after XF 18-55mm lens with bodies that they are more interested in shifting. So you're more likely to see FUJIFILM X-E2S Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) on offer. Rather than FUJIFILM X-E3 Kit (XF18-55mm Lens) It can be annoying, because they will have the FUJIFILM X-E3 body only available

nostoneunturned

Your right, not sure that I will get anything

brilly

not sure you get it but ok whatever ;)

nostoneunturned

Guarantee to make you feel that it's not a sale but a lottery!

brilly

refurb stock isn't a guaranteed line though - can only sell what they have unless you want them to drop a few new ones to refurb for you?

threshal

Superb price, especially with the excellent 18-55mm (y)

greencode

I love my X-T20. Great price.

OllieSt

I personally would be set on the XF18-55 and more flexible on the body. That said and done I wouldn't be buying the X-E2 which is the only in stock body supplied with the 18-55 at the moment.

gphome

Thanks, set up a stock alert and just nabbed one today (19/03)

ns100uk

The XT20 double lens kit at £520 seems good value... https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/digital-cameras/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished If you're set on the X-E3 than this drops to £480 in the basket: https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

Gone

davidfwalsh

wonderful camera and cracking lens too.

LokJ

I'm glad to hear! Yeah, they sure do pack them in, haha

bo0td

Mine just arrived, it all looks to be in perfect condition. It did look like they struggled to fit everything into the box, though. XD

LokJ

I ordered it on Sunday night and it came on Tuesday.

OllieSt

No I don't have one, I have Fuji X100T which has an older sensor than the X-T20. However I also have the original X100 which I tend to take more pics with because I don't baby it like the latter model. I don't buy into chasing the latest and greatest, because in my opinion it's both expensive and a little pointless unless you're a professional. What I find with Fuji is that there is very little need to do much post processing with their out of camera jpegs which for me helps as I am quite capable of spending far too much time in front of a screen rather than behind a camera. It wasn't too long ago that I would scan negs which was a time consuming nightmare for me. As I have already stated, I am biased because I think Fuji lenses are fantastic. That's not to say that other camera manufactures don't make equally good lenses, but they seem to make a lesser percentage of great lenses by comparison. The issue is someone could come along here and talk in exactly the same fashion about Nikon/Canon and that would be fair enough. If you fancy a change, I don't think you would go too far wrong with this. However you could just buy a decent second hand prime lens for you Nikon and get out a take pics.

Mr.Sinnister

Lol nothing. I just heard alot about this camera producing amazing images! Do you have one can you tell comment on the quality

OllieSt

The 18-55 is the way to go. I personally would still consider X-T20 body v XE3 (X-T20 holds it's own against X-T2 in many ways) but for someone who knows 0 about photography it has to be XE3, and that's not being said in a condescending manner

tempt

Another option is the xe3 with 15-45 @ £479.20, but the 18-55 is vastly superior for £100 more https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-e3-kit-xc15-45mm-lens-refurbished

OllieSt

I have the X-E3 in my basket (just to see the discount being applied). I know there's only 1 in stock as I was going to post a deal on it. Before I do that, I thought I would give you the heads up that there's just one left

OllieSt

Funny that was not showing as discounted for me until added to the basket.

OllieSt

My browser is playing up. The discount for the link given by tempt was not showing. He is right to suggest the XE3 in my opinion. You want that 18-55mm lens, and the XE3 is a good choice.

Huntegowk

Excellent find and I've asked to be informed if a couple of items come back into stock. Now I'll just wait ............ (y)

marmaluke

Incredible prices. Shame all the good stuff is OOS

TygerTyger

drat! too slow - everything I was interested in is OOS :(

JayBay

The price in red is with the 20% taken off. But the X-E3 and some X-T20 models seem to show the normal price in red, but when you add it to the basket the 20% comes off.

tempt

Shame no GFX50s, but some good bargains on APS-C bodies. Heat

AfAf_U

Is that worth it?

Paradroid888

Was just going to ask if anyone’s got their yet, I’ve not and no tracking information available. Getting impatient now!!

hcc27

Thanks OP. Mine was delivered today. Came in a Fuji refurb box but looks new, not a scratch anywhere on the body or lens and complete with all accessories including the interesting hotshoe flash in the box. The mag alloy body feels incredible in the hand, In fact better than the EM10 Mk2 which I also have but will now go on ebay. As someone said, the kit lens doesn't feel like one. Tack sharp throughout the zoom range. Godox seem to be making some pretty good external TTL flashes for this. Thanks again OP. Heated.

darknesskai

I actually came back to buy another one. You could sell the lens and body separately on eBay for £500 total. Oh well.

bobusm

Out of stock just before I was gonna pull a trigger - well, saved myself £399.

themarrons

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me this information. I will be continuing to use my phone for quick snaps of the kids, they are 10 and 13 so already at the scowling stage, but would like a camera for going out with. I did look for 2nd hand to start with but this deal was around the same price as going down that route.

OllieSt

How old are the kids? Are you taking loads of pics of them? It doesn't take long for them to hit an age where they'll look at you in a scowling manner if you dare point a camera at them. The kit lens here is a stunner, you won't upgrade from it unless you want to buy prime (non zoom lens) which cost a lot and are better, but not so much better that you would never consider using this lens. It is quite typical to buy a camera body and 2 lenses that cover everything from 1m to as far as the eye can see. I get it, but I would say to anyone starting off to buy 1 lens and 1 body. You will replace the camera body quicker than a lens if the lens is a quality piece of glass. I got my first SLR, a Pentax Spotmatic, when I was 16 and spent years with just a 50mm (equivalent to 34mm on most cameras today) lens attached. 45 - 50mm was used because it was considered to give the same view and perspective as the human eye and I wasn't prepared to invest. I took some brilliant shots with that camera and that's how I really learnt about photography. The Fuji XF range of lenses are better than the XC range. In a nutshell this kit is a cheap way of owning a great lens with a body that is capable of producing stunning shots. But re-read undercover82's comments as they are relevant. With all said and done I would say this out of stock kit would be my only other consideration and it should become available. Would you consider 2nd hand?

themarrons

I want to learn but have only used phones and compact cameras before. Its more for a hobby when going out with the kids, and taking scenery shots and wildlife. Thanks

OllieSt

When you say absolute beginner what do you mean? If it's 1st venture beyond phone camera there is zero need to spend £650 or even £500. What are you trying to achieve. Are you looking for point and shoot experience, or do you want to have control over your camera and learn about photography 2nd hand gear is plentiful and well priced

themarrons

I've read so many things online but For an absolute beginner should I look at buying this deal or the one in the link below please? https://shop.fujifilm.co.uk/fujifilm-x-t20-kit-xc16-50mm-mk-ii-xc50-230mm-silver-refurbished Thankyou

LD2DVD

27 f2.8, Really nice lens, not the fastest to focus but excellent quality. If you can cope with manual focus only, the Samyang 12mm f2

Bendown

Have ordered this, can anyone recommend a small prime lens that wont break the bank, wideangle

LD2DVD

That's a tough one as I know the A6000 is a good camera. This combo is weather sealed so may be of use especially in the UK. The upside is that if you didn't like the Fuji, you could likely sell it for what you paid or even turn a profit. A new 18-135 is £699 so second hand, it will be worth a bit. The T1, is an older model but a lovely camera. I think it depends how invested you are in the Sony system. I have found even Fujis budget lenses are really good.

Monkey.nuts.2

Was tempted but currently using a Sony a6000. Not sure if this would be an upgrade.

LD2DVD

back in stock if you still want one

l2wis

Thanks for the comprehensive reply! Interesting approach by Fuji. Each to their own and all that I suppose.

colinweston712

I am just beginning to learn that myself. The A5000 is what I use and if you are willing to work on skills of manual focus, a £200 or £300 lens will do as well as a camera costing 3 or 4 times that but you have to put the work in a bit.

cameron.gorman-nicol

Good patter

980971

Think most of them break if you kick them around

cameron.gorman-nicol

Best lens for sports under 200?

sergiup

Here you go (though I don't think there are many, if any, left in stores): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc-16-50-mm-f35-56-ois-ii-lens-499-currys-fuji-50-cashback-3105688

Uncommon.Sense

What do you mean the Curry's stock did they have it reduced further? Ta.

sergiup

I don't know. Possibly, if the amazon Invoice shows the 23rd - 26th as the purchase date regardless of when it gets dispatched, but you could just ask Amazon if that's the case. There are a fair few other retailers on the list, just take a look at those too.

tianuk3

Would you still get the discount if you bought it when it was tempsold out? Hmmm

shivclicks01

Got it. Thanks 🙏🏼

nemesis600

This just arrived and it's unreal, and 12 month manufacturer warranty too! Seriously this is easily the best deal I've seen on hukd, thank you so much for posting! Christmas came early!

DanielRobertson

Got an As New X-T2 from Park Cameras

BorisTheSpider

Which did you upgrade to? I've been tempted to upgrade my XE2 also, but the prices of the new bodies are too high. The Sony A7 is currently just £500 with lens on Amazon after cashback! I'm now considering the switch to FF mirrorless.....just waiting on a good A7II deal. I want that IBIS. For those considering this deal - it's a bargain, but be warned - the camera has no IBIS (though the included lens does - so this isn't a problem as such for this kit) and does not support HSS flash.

TK42

£729 here.. https://www.365astronomy.com/Fujifilm-X-E2-18-55mm-Black.html

nemesis600

Unless I'm missing something this deserves to be scorching! The lens alone refurbished on the Fuji site is £400+! On MBP bought separately it's £300 for the body and another £300 for the lens!