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Fujifilm X-T200 w/ XC 15-45MM F/3.5-5.6 Lens + Free Accessory Kit EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Fujifilm X-T200 with FUJINON XC 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS Power Zoom Lens + Free Accessory Kit on sale for $499.95. Shipping is free. Thanks JoshC3548

Note: Accessory kit includes SanDisk 64GB Extreme UHS-I SDXC Memory Card & Ruggard Journey 24 DSLR Shoulder Bag (Black).

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  • Dark Silver $499.95
    • Note, more on the way (expected availability within 7-14 business days)
  • Silver $499.95
  • Champagne Gold $499.95
    • Note, more on the way (expected availability within 7-14 business days)
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$300 off including kit lens (799.99 originally), last deal was for $699.99 two weeks ago.
$250 off camera base (699.99 originally), now $449.99

Best pricing I've seen for the X-T200, first released Jan 2020.

Great all-around entry-level APS-C camera from Fuji with 4K video and fully-articulating screen. Included lens is 15-45mm (f3.5-5.6 OIS). Comes in three colors: dark silver, silver, and champagne - all are discounted.

Deal appears to be across most authorized dealers, including Amazon and Adorama


https://www.bestbuy.com/site/fuji...Id=6400264 NLA see FP post for additional links
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Last Edited by StrawMan86 September 14, 2020 at 10:41 AM
$499.95 at B&H Photo Video w/ free accessory kit (SanDisk 64GB Extreme UHS-I SDXC Memory Card & Ruggard Journey 24 DSLR Shoulder Bag); shipping is free.
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Anybody else having trouble with legit serials erroring out while trying to download the free Luminar 4?

Chances are, my new serial for the lens was "stolen" by those generators a while back.
I tried with the serial number on my receipt and the website says "Opps,
Invalid Serial Number"
Anyone else having this issue as well?
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I tried with the serial number on my receipt and the website says "Opps,
Invalid Serial Number"
Anyone else having this issue as well?
I found the correct serial number on the camera box. It works now.

There are two serial # on the box. Try both of them.
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Am I tripping or does there seem to be a performance gap in the $500-$800 range? I mean, you pretty much can't get IBIS, overheating issues with 4K and, apparently with this model, manual knobs for exposure & ISO. By $800 you might as well just save a bit more for the a6400. Does anyone know any good competitors to this?
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This model does have manual knobs for ss and aperture, but they're not labeled as they serve different functions depending on the mode. The a6400 doesn't have ibis either, for that you'll need the a6600 which is almost $800 more than this product. The Fuji is very much an entry level kit, but having played with it for a few days, the touch screen is excellent and simplifies a lot of the parameters for novices who aren't familiar with all the manual adjustments, but they are available if desired.
I think it's a great value and produces excellent stills and uncropped 4K even with the included lens.
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Am I tripping or does there seem to be a performance gap in the $500-$800 range? I mean, you pretty much can't get IBIS, overheating issues with 4K and, apparently with this model, manual knobs for exposure & ISO. By $800 you might as well just save a bit more for the a6400. Does anyone know any good competitors to this?
As per direct competition: I think it's better than the M50, on par if not SLIGHTLY better than the a6100, and not as good as the a6400.
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One can also change the left knob to be ISO (or many other things). I did that a couple days ago as I find I switch that much more frequently than film mode. I usually shoot in A mode and the dials are then - aperture, exposure compensation and ISO. That is pretty well laid out, imho.

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Looks like they're sold out.
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I have a d3400 and a few cheap lenses. I'm looking at investing several thousands into photography now and was thinking of making switch the mirrorless (I do travel and would like to future proof my investment as much as possible)

Should I go for sony or canon or m43 over fuji? Mainly in terms of the lens ecosystem available. I do portrait and travel photography, some landscape.
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I have a d3400 and a few cheap lenses. I'm looking at investing several thousands into photography now and was thinking of making switch the mirrorless (I do travel and would like to future proof my investment as much as possible)

Should I go for sony or canon or m43 over fuji? Mainly in terms of the lens ecosystem available. I do portrait and travel photography, some landscape.
I would suggest trying out each camera in person before making any rash purchases. Most every camera made in the past few years is very good and has plenty of lens choices. No matter what people say, the truth is every system can take equally great photos.
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Ordered! So this does have IBIS (digital) for video, but not photo. The AF/EyeAF will be a big upgrade coming from a D3400 and NEX3
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I bought this camera and that guy is dead wrong, this camera is fantastic. There was a learning curve but after I got it everything really fell into place and its now one of my favorite cameras ever. Came with luminar 4 for free and after selling the lens I got the camera, bag, memory card, and luminar 4 for $350. I would urge people to jump on this deal.
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I bought this camera and that guy is dead wrong, this camera is fantastic. There was a learning curve but after I got it everything really fell into place and its now one of my favorite cameras ever. Came with luminar 4 for free and after selling the lens I got the camera, bag, memory card, and luminar 4 for $350. I would urge people to jump on this deal.
Whats lens are you using this camera with?
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Anyone know how long this deal will run for? Hoping to order this tomorrow so I can get the 5% CB via Paypal.
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Just an FYI. Mine got shipped today and got a rebate email to claim a free copy of Luminar 4! It says offer is valid for any Fuji camera/lens purchase from bh. If anyone is interested go and google it. This should be also added to OPs post.
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