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Where to Purchase or Pre-Order Your Fujifilm X100S & X20

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The new Fujifilm X100S and Fuji X20 are now available for pre-order from the following online retailers. Keep an eye on this list, I will be updating it as more dealer options become available. Purchasing your camera through one of the links below helps support our community!

X100S Pre-Order

Fuji X100S Pre-order

Amazon.com - B&H Photo - Adorama - WEX Photographic UK

X20 Pre-Order

Fuji X20 Silver Pre-order

Silver: Amazon.com - B&H Photo - Adorama - WEX Photographic UK

Fuji X20 Black Pre-order

Black: Amazon.com - B&H Photo - Adorama - WEX Photographic UK

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That's typical of UK photographic trade pricing - we always get ripped off by the manufacturers.

At the current exchange rate it should be only £810.

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More pre-order vendors have been added to the list in the US, along with WEX Photographic in the UK.

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Since when is $599 the same as £599? This country sucks. One big pit of scammers.

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£1099? I don't think so. I expected to see a price around about £900 at launch. That's getting on for the price of the XE-1 with the zoom from a UK high street store.

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They can stick at those prices. May go back to canon.

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What did the X100 originally sell for in the UK? It was originally $1199 in the US.

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dont forget VAT in the UK, US prices rarely show their state tax. X100 was £1000 originally.

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Just returned my X10 which I truly loved and pre ordered the X20 on Amazon. Now, what do do with myself without a camera for a while??

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That will be a tough wait, but the new camera will be worth it! Maybe you can pick up an old film rangefinder inexpensively and explore B&W film photography for a bit?

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Its so true UK price v dollar price.

Its not the real price if enough people complained they would be investigated. The scammers.

A rate of exchange is a rate of exchange.

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Funny that you suggest that, Christopher. I've been scanning eBay for a Canonet QL17 GIII. That was my first camera in high school. I don't know that I'd actually do it, but I think the X10/X20 is satisfying some sort of photographic mid-life crisis :)

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I assume Jessops won't be joining the list at the top.

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Hi all,

In Japan, X100S and X20 will be available on Feb 16. Price of X100s is JPY 128,000. X20 is JPY 64,800. You either can get 10% points or 5% sales tax refund for foreigner.

With today FOREX, X100s is $1,400 before discount.

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I have a Yashica Minister III it was £16 from ebay, Canonet 17s seem to be about 4x that price and its tough to find a decent one for a good price imho

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Hi all,

In Japan, X100S and X20 will be available on Feb 16. Price of X100s is JPY 128,000. X20 is JPY 64,800. You either can get 10% points or 5% sales tax refund for foreigner.

With today FOREX, X100s is $1,400 before discount.

@Pagoda If i order from Japan, will it have English menu as option?

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That makes the x20 about £455. Still a lot!

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I notice a note with regard to the price on Wex has been added.

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Just preordered the x100s. I have too many camera's now. I'm going to list my x10 for sale soon. It hasn't been used since i got the replacement from fuji. I have the x10, x100, xpro. and now another x100s. lol. Don't think i can let my original x100 go, so it'll be the x10.

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@ryanVargas I am sure that it is possible to change language in the camera. My Japanese X-E1 could be changed without any problem. Though documents in the box will be in Japanese.

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@ryanVargas I am sure that it is possible to change language in the camera. My Japanese X-E1 could be changed without any problem. Though documents in the box will be in Japanese.

@Pagoda Do you know where I can pre-order in Japan? I live in the Philippines.

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Scan the camera in your computer then get google to translate from Japanese.

Seriously , When you set up the camera surely there is a language option in all the models.

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@ryanVargas Why don't you check the Amazon Japan website. Their price is JPY 115,200, which is approx. $1,300 + shipping. I don't know whether they will export to the Philippines. Try it.

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dont forget VAT in the UK, US prices rarely show their state tax. X100 was £1000 originally.

You would have to be a complete and utter moron to pay sales tax in the US. Internet sales, with only minor exceptions, are TAX FREE.

I have no paid sales tax, NOT ONE DIME, on ANY photographic purchase since 1994 or so.

Amazon.com, Adorama, or B & H, all TAX FREE.

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