NOW only $725 - Fuji X100 - with extra batteries, Fuji leather case, Fuji hood+
PRICE DROP to $725 to promote a quick sale.
Hi. My name is Luke and I'm a cameraholic. I guess I should say that I'm a recovering cameraholic. I sold off the amazing Fuji X-Pro1 and once I realized that amazing IQ doesn't make for great photos, it has liberated me to sell my beloved X100 as well.
The camera is in excellent condition....it's been quite babied. There are no marks to speak of anywhere on the camera...the LCD is smooth as a babies bottom, no nicks or scuffs. The lens is clean, the aperture blades function properly as well....no SAB and I've had the camera since January. The camera is just a really nice and clean used camera that functions like a new one.
In the box is the battery charger, the strap, a CD-Rom, instruction manual, and the clip attaching tool. The USB cable is missing, but that should be no bother.
Also included is the Fuji LC-X100 leather case (with a few light dings and general light wear),
and the Fuji LH-X100 lens hood and adapter,
a B + W UV filter,
and a spare charger with 2 after market batteries.
The original charger that I have has a UK wall plug (I originally got it in a transatlantic trade).
Feel free to ask any questions. I'll miss this camera, but I can't keep every cool camera that comes around. As Roger Miller sings in "King of the Road"........... "I'm a man of means by no means".
Delivered anywhere in the US for $825 (includes Paypal fees, shipping and insurance) $100 off PRICE DROP to $725
I looked around and did my due diligence and sharpened my pencil and priced it to move. But I'm focused on selling it and will listen to reasonable offers. This beautiful camera should not be sitting unused, but that is it's current fate.
an E-P1 with an Oly 17mm lens and a Panasonic 25mm and a bunch of other lenses that won't be used very much. I think I might buy the Panasonic 45mm too since I've really gotten into macro photography since owning the Fujis.
The Fuji is awesome. When I have more time for photography and more discretionary income and can afford extra cameras, I will likely buy one again. The marriage of that lens and sensor is just right. But in general (and especially for the next 4 months) I just don't have to time to shoot enough to justify extra cameras. So even though I prefer the Fuji IQ-wise, I'm sticking with the "system" camera because it does a variety of different things. I enjoy the methodical type of photography that the X100 encourages, but I can get with the super slow E-P1 and the 17mm just as well.