Switch to the X now! X-deals online. Save up to $1,150!

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Here they are, the X-superdeals. At the moments the biggest savings are at AmazonUS, BHphoto and Pictureline. Buy the X-E1/X-PRO1 with the 18-55 kit lens and then add the 4 primes and you’ll pay $2,645. If you’d buy all this gear separately you’d normally pay $3,795 so you save $ 1,150!

Here are the deals:

AmazonUS

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AmazonUS: Fuji X-E1 / Fuji X-PRO1 – Buy for example the X-E1 with the 18-55 kit lens and then add the 4 primes and you’ll pay $2,645 instead of $3,795 (if you purchase all the gear separately) saving $ 1,150. Or save up to $850 (X-camera and 4 primes). Amazon offers also 4% reward.

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BHphoto

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BHphoto: Fuji X-E1 / Fuji X-PRO1save $ 1,150 and get also 4% reward. Click on “Buy Together & Save“. Also in this case, get the X-camera with the 18-55 kit lens and then add the 4 primes to save as much as possible!

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Adorama: Fuji X-E1 / Fuji X-PRO1 – there are different bundles available: buy a body with a lens and save up to $300 or bundles as the X-PRO1 with 18/35/60 and save $700.

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Pictureline: Fuji X-E1 / Fuji X-PRO1save up to $1,150 for a body+18-55 bundled with all lenses in the offer (until the 31 of August you can also save $30 on Adobe Lightroom 5).

At pictureline the easiest way to see all the savings is to click the “purchase together and save” button under add to cart. It will show you how much each lens has off, and you can add it to the cart all at once.

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Confirmed: crazy X-deals start tomorrow, August 25! Save up to $1,050! (+ just two X100S in stock at eBay)

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Deals found via dealsrunner.com

X-M1
AmazonUS: the black X-M1 with 16-50 kit lens is now $21,5 cheaper + you can add the 4% reward. Check it here.
eBay US: save $70 on the silver X-M1 with 16-50 kit lens at eBay here (only limited number available)

X100S
Act fast and let the love affair begin now! Only two X100S are in stock now at normal price at eBay store cameraland here

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Confirmed: crazy X-deals reloaded

They will be back. As I already told you a couple of days ago, Fuji will offer instant rebates on the XF lenses. Switch to the X (X-E1 or X-PRO1) and here is what you can save (the lens-deal is stackable, so the amount of savings depends on how many lenses you purchase):

XF 18mm: save $300
XF 27mm: save $150
XF 35mm: save $150
XF 60mm: save $250
XF 18-55mm: save $200

As soon as the deals go live I’ll notify you also via facebook and twitter. Stay tuned!

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X-A1 leaked image: here is the source!

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I’ve read with interest all your comments about the leaked X-A1 image here. Some say it’s a fake, other believe it’s true. Now, here is the whole story:

In the mid of August Keitaro (General Manager for Middle East of Fujifilm Electronic Image Decision) visited South Africa. On the 14 of August he had a meeting with Marc Sweeney. In this occasion the Fuji manager showed him the X-A1. Marc took an image of the X-A1 and shared it on his google+ profile here… and this is the image I shared with you here.

That’s all. I got the image, I got the story and I shared it with you. As the image was taken back on August 14 it’s possible that the X-A1 shown here is a dummy and not the final version.

cheers
Patrick

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New “classic” Instax Mini 90!

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Instax cameras will be happy to see these new “classic” version just launched by Fuji Japan! You can read the (Japanese) presnetation page at http://instax.jp/mini90/.

ThePhoBlographer reports that:

This camera is significantly more serious than the previous Instax iterations.. This camera has macro mode, double exposure mode, bulb mode for up to 10 second exposures, rechargeable battery, mode buttons on the back of the camera, and the ability to fine tune the flash exposure as well. The lens is a 60mm f12 and they also state that it has a programmable electronic shutter that can shoot at up to 1/400th. It’ll cost around $210 when it hits the US next spring in 2014.

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