FujiFilm X100 with Nikon WA Adapter, & Many Extras -$950.00
For sale is the amazing FujiFilm X100 fixed lens compact camera. It is in very good condition, with only a couple of minor external surface body scuffs. The lens has had a filter on it since purchasing it and is in pristine condition as well as the rear LCD - which has an Armor LCD protector. The camera has only around 3-4 activations total, and has never been used in continuous shooting modes.
It comes with all of it's original equipment, including boxes, manuals, cables, caps and such, along with a filter/lens adapter and custom hood, and a Hoya Multicoated Pro 49mm UV Filter . Also included is one of the best, and most useful optical accessories for the X100 right now in a Nikon WCE-68 Wide Angle Adapter and a 49-to-46mm step-down ring - essentially allowing the adaptation of the on-board fixed lens from it's stock 35mm equivalent, to a much wider 24mm equivalent. When stopped down to F4 or greater, it's a fantastic WA adapter option - allowing a more versatile image capturing in tighter spaces and interiors and such..
Also included in this X100 package are 2 extra third party batteries and associated charger. The entire X100 package is selling for a very reasonable $950, all inclusive plus an extra $25.00 for insured 2-Day shipping anywhere in the continental US. Accepted payment method is via Paypal.
If you have any questions about this Fujifilm X100 package, you can contact me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just purchased the X-Pro 1 and am only selling my beloved X100 to partially financially compensate for the X-Pro 1's much greater upfront expense. If there was any way tha I could have afforded to keep her and the X-Pro !, I would never even consider selling this outstanding compact camera from FujiFilm. It would certainly make one of the best dual compact cameras available right now from anyone.
Thanks for looking....
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