Friday, March 15, 2013

Fujifilm X-E1 Bundle Special - Save 913.85!!!

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IMPORTANT: There are 9 options for Bundle Savings! Savings range from $300 to $913.85. The best deal Includes the following:

  • Fujifilm X-E1 Digital Camera $999
  • 35mm f/1.4 XF R Lens $599
  • XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS Zoom Lens $699
  • 60mm f/2.4 XF Macro Lens $649
  • 18mm f/2.0 XF R Lens $599
  • Included Free: 52mm Protector Filter $9.95  
  • 58mm Protector Filter $59
  • 39mm Protector Filter $9.95

Other Bundle Options

Save  $753.90 With Lens Bundle

Save  $568.95 With Lens Bundle

Save  $494.90 With Lens Bundle

Save $469.90 With Lens Bundle

Save $300   With Lens Bundle

Click here to get the best deal (save $913.85).

Ron’s Take

I’m reviewing the X-E1 right now and it seems to create the same great images as the XPro-1, yet it does it for about $400 less (by giving up the optical viewfinder for a electronic only). As a camera I liked many things about the X-Pro1 and so I’m enjoying them again in the X-E1. Of all of the mirrorless systems with interchangeable lenses, this one seems to offer the best image quality and best bang for the buck (especially with this screaming deal). As a result, if you are looking for a good compact interchangeable lens camera then this is the one to get. Now, I will say that I’ve yet to confirm any improvements to the indoor AF performance of this camera over the XPro-1 (which I felt was not suitable for indoor photography of children). However, my colleagues with this camera say that the issues I experienced have been resolve. Wait for my review to see if I agree, but remember B&H is good at accepting returns if you aren’t completely satisfied with your purchase (restrictions apply) so if you are on the fence then buy now (before they shut down for the long break) and get an RMA to return it if it doesn't live up to your expectations.  

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