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Fujifilm X100V - Silver $1799.20 Delivered @ digiDIRECT


Well priced for a brand new fantastic camera.

Key Features of the Fujifilm X100V - Silver
26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor
X-Processor 4 Image Processor
Fujinon 23mm f/2 Lens
Hybrid 0.52x OVF with 3.69m-Dot OLED EVF
Tilting 3.0" 1.62m-dot LCD has a touchscreen design for intuitive operation and playback
Durable design than can be made weather-resistant when paired with the optional AR-X100 Adapter Ring and PRF-49 protection filter
Integrated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity allows for wirelessly sharing images and remote control
Single SD memory card slots supporting UHS-I standard.
Included NP-W126S battery provides approximately 350 frames per charge when working with the EVF or 420 frames per charge when working with the OVF.
Numerous Film Simulation Modes based on legendary Fujifilm colour science.

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  • This is actually a good price given that it's being released. I really want one. Just need to sell my X-T2 plus lenses.

    • Do I wait for coronasales?

      Also, if I can only afford one should I upgrade A7 to A7iii or get a X100V?

      • +1

        Got no experience with the Sony cameras. I'm a Fuji biased for a few years now switching from Canon DSLRs. This is great but maybe wait for when Fujifilm has a cashback promotion. How I got my X-T2 is I stacked a 20% off sale during a cashback promo and that considerably lowered the price back then.

        • I don't remember seeing cashback promotions for the fixed lens camera series like x100's or even the Sony RX1s. I would agree with you if you are looking to buy a mirrorless or dslr.

      • Im using a A7rii, ive got an x100s for the trips i just want to grab something small and light. Bought the x100v to replace the x100s. Huge improvements in my opinion including a redesign of the lens which helps with the softness when you focus close.

        Getting a camera which you can change lenses will give you the flexibility to shoot in different situations, if you intend to invest in more lenses.

        FYI you are comparing a fullframe camera with a cropped sensor x100

        • +1

          FYI you are comparing a fullframe camera with a cropped sensor x100

          I didn't wanna call it out but there you go lol

  • Fuji is an amazing photographic expert firm. Still a steep price for something with no GPS.
    Latest state of the art USB C good tilt lcd. Modern WiFi and Bluetooth.

    Any expert out here?
    What are opinions to Ken Rockwell's review? Any more credible reviewer?
    From what I gather in limited time it is a good people and perhaps animal snapper.
    Going on a scenery hunt I would want GPS for what it is worth.
    Short video limit with no stabilisation so a gimbal would have to be used.
    Fuji is quality and likely built for good longevity. Residents of the tropics want to store it in low humidity.

    But for the fast life how does it compare to a flagship mobile phone leaving cash for an add on like 360 or cheap SLR?

    • I would not purchase this camera for video purposes due to the lack of in body stabilisation. Theres also a video out there which says it heats up quite a bit after 3 mins.

      Quality is fantastic, still using my old x100s.

      A cheap SLR won't come with a good lens, therefore the photos they produce won't have as much of "character" or "clarity"

      A flagship mobile phone is what i would recommend to most people. The x100 has a fixed focal length, which makes it "harder" to use.

  • +2

    perfect camera for documenting the second great depression.