X100s and X20 preoder at Amazon GERMANY and ITALY

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Hallo!

Just wanted to tell you that the X20 (549 €) and the X100s (1.199 €) are now available for pre-order at Amazon Germany.

Amazon.de preorder: X100s / X20

And also Amazon Italy has the X20 ready to preorder. You can purchase it here for 498 € or here for 522 €. Still no price info for the X100s at Amazon.it (see here).

arrivederci!

thanks for the info Markus

X100s: AmazonUS / BHphoto / Adorama / AmazonUK

X20: AmazonUS (blacksilver) / BHphoto (blacksilver) / Adorama (blacksilver) / AmazonUK (blacksilver) / ebayITA

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[Update] Fujifilm UK live at CameraDiner on Thursday

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Fujifilm UK is coming live into the CameraDiner (website) this Thursday night 7pm (UK) / 8pm (CET) to talk about the X100s and X20. Live viewers can register free and join CameraDiner live to see these cameras.

You can ask live the questions you want to know answers to.

Let’s start to think about questions here on Fujirumors… what would you like to ask Fujifilm? Leave a comment.

[Update:] Paul from CameraDiner said in the comments that “I am going to print this page just before we go on air on Thursday at 7pm (UK) time to ask our guest. Keep them rolling in, and join us LIVE on the show to ask questions directly yourself. Make sure you register in advance….. don’t cause a stampede at the last minute

X100s: AmazonUS / BHphoto / Adorama / AmazonUK

X20: AmazonUS (blacksilver) / BHphoto (blacksilver) / Adorama (blacksilver) / AmazonUK (blacksilver) / ebayITA

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Fuji manager interview: We are not selling our sensors to other companies. And we have the tech to go Full Frame.

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Image courtesy: DSLRmagazine.

The Spanish website DSLRmagazine (translation here) interviewed the Fuji managers MR. Hiroshi Kawahara and Yuto Nakanishi. Here are some interesting info:

– The new Zeiss X mount lenses will definitely be on market within this year (Editor’s note: The 12mm f/2.8, 32mm f/1.8 and 50mm f/2.8 with a price of around 1.000 Euro.)
– For now we do not plan to make prime lenses with OIS. But it doens’t mean we are not never going to do such lenses.
– We have the technology and knowledge to make a Full Frame X system but this doens’t mean we will do it.
– We will not outsource or sell our sensors to third party companies.

That was more or less the most interesting part of the interview. I think it’s good Fuji is keeping all the X-Trans tech for them self. It is one of the main strengths of the X-system and it would make no sense to sell it to other companies!

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