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#233850 6-May-2018 16:06
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I wasn’t sure whether to keep or sell this as I still love its rendering and feel. I bought it on pretty much release date in NZ. Purchased in NZ where it had full 3 year warranty.

Not taken in harsh environment and likely shutter counter less than 7000. Always had B+W filters on with adaptor so not a finger print on the lens. Has third party OEM lens hood.

It comes with 3 good capacity batteries (one genuine others Wasabi) and 2 chargers.

Has Fuji original case (brought in from Singapore was given free to buyers there as promo) and also Cariz black leather half case with red leather stitching (worth around $150).

I still have the original box and receipt. The camera originally all had issues with the aperture blades so it was recalled and completely new assembly put in very early in its life by Fuji NZ.

I can include SD card but probably they are so cheap you can buy your own?

It still takes amazing photos and the focus speed did get better with the firmware upgrades as well as macro function. Still a very capable camera and really good for learning the basics of camera.

Oh yes it has GGS glass screen protector for all it’s life too.

If you are interested please PM me. Happy to ship or show it to you in person if you are in Wellington.

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  #2008768 6-May-2018 16:07
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It looks brand new and zero wear or scratches anywhere.

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  #2008782 6-May-2018 16:38
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Is this the first edition X100 or the S/T/F? 



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  #2008875 6-May-2018 19:06
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It’s the very first edition. Almost collectable ;0)

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