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Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by Ray Sachs, Mar 13, 2013.
A price reduction on the Fuji X100, no doubt in anticipation of the arrival of the X100s:
Indeed. My local shop is selling their last one (a display model) for that price. To me, the advancements the X100S offers makes it seem foolish to not pay the extra $300 for the upgraded model if you are buying new, but if the price were say $800 I may very well reconsider that position.
I'm surprised. We are usually way more than the US, pricewise... right now if I wanted, I could buy a new X100 for $824 from one of our discount places.
I agree... the few improvements that the X100s offers over the X100 are disproportionately important to the shooting experience - particularly with this type of camera. That means a bigger discount is warranted on the outgoing camera. Certainly by the time the X100s actually hits the shelves and is readily available, I can't see the X100 selling for more than $700-750 U.S.
I just sold my year old X100 for $650.
This started the 1st week in December...and is still going....(and those prices are with the leather cases)
Fujisale by RedTail_Panther, on Flickr
$800 including a case is very good value (although I guess some tax has to be added on to that). That's about the price you pay including tax but - without a case - in the UK.
I'm tempted by a 6-month old used example going for £399.
No tax is paid on those products because they're sold through AAFES (Army Air Force Exchange Service).....
Too bad my cousin isn't into photography as he is in the US Air Force. Those are some good deals.
What does he do?
I believe he is a medic
Great career field to be in - those guys get lots of good training!