Fujifilm Camera and Lens Savings

Nikon is not the only one feeling generous lately. Fujifilm also has some savings for those looking to purchase a new lens or even a camera, and they are, arguably, more impressive than those offered by Nikon. For example, the extremely popular XF 27mm f/2.8 pancake lens is currently selling for less than half its original price. Other rebates include the X-E1 (body only or kitted with the Fujinon XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R OIS lens, it offers the most impressive savings), X-Pro1 and the lower-end bodies, and almost all primes lenses along with the Fujinon XF 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 R OIS zoom lens.

Fujifilm Lens Savings

Fujinon Lens Rebates

Let’s start with the lens savings:

Fujifilm Compact System Camera Savings

And here are Fujifilm mirrorless camera rebates. I am staggered by the X-E1 prices. Here in Lithuania it still costs around $970 body only. The fact that B&H will also throw in some extras, like a shoulder bag and a memory card, is beyond belief.

Fujifilm Camera and Lens Savings


  1. 1) Starred
    February 10, 2014 at 10:33 am

    Why are these discounts only for the US/UK guys?
    Not really fair imho

    • 1.1) Neil
      February 10, 2014 at 3:39 pm

      Well, I could say life isn’t fair but… This stuff happens all the time. Even within a country retailers set prices differently based on regional characteristics. In a high cost of living area it may cost more than in a lower one. Taxes, duties, red tape factor in. Company goals for market penetration and price elasticity play a role.

      So, how come imported Belgian chocolate costs more here than in UK?

      • 1.1.1) Starred
        February 10, 2014 at 11:40 pm

        That is true, but applies only to the regular prices I would say.
        I am talking about the significant discounts we do not get in Emea

  2. 2) Daniel Michael
    February 10, 2014 at 12:29 pm

    Hi Romanas!

    What’s even more staggering is that AmazonUS sells the X-E1 Kit for $719!! They also will ship to here in the UK and will take care of import duty, which brings the price to $881. That’s £536 sterling, and considering the cost of the 18-55mm lens alone, you’re getting the camera for the £100!

    Now I was looking for a way into the X-Series, and was saving some money for either the X-E2 or the X-T1 in a few months time, but this seems way to good to pass up.

    The only downside is the camera probably will not have a valid warranty in the UK and the mains battery charger will need an additional adaptor, for UK sockets.

  3. 3) Ed Levy
    February 10, 2014 at 8:45 pm

    I own a Nikon D800 and because of its size and weight was looking for a camera that would be easier to carry around on a daily basis. I’ve been looking at the Fuji X-E2 as the camera to buy for such use. The difference in price b/w the X-E1 and X-E2 wasn’t big enough for me to go with the X-E1, but now with the new discount should I be considering the X-E1? Is with the new discount on the X-E1 to good to pass up or will I wish I had gotten the X-E2 anyway given its new features.

    • 3.1) Neil
      February 11, 2014 at 5:56 am

      As someone who has both (and previously had a D800) I would recommend the E2. The E1 is very capable but the E2 is much better overall. It’s like the sum of lots of small improvements and a few big ones.

      • 3.1.1) Daniel Michael
        February 11, 2014 at 7:51 am

        This is good to know, since I am in the same boat. Here in the UK, the E2 is over twice the price as this E1 is with the kit. Is it still worth waiting for an E2? Or is getting an E1 as a carry around for a very cheap price worth it now, then upgrading the body later?


        • Neil
          February 11, 2014 at 8:30 am

          In that situation I’d get the E1 and wait for the successor to the E2. Save money now, get used to a new system, have fun and take pictures. :)

          • Daniel Michael
            February 11, 2014 at 8:33 am

            Neil, thank you so much for your advice :)

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