WAY DOWN DOWN SHE’S BOUND TO BREAK YA

I’ve decided to sell my Fuji X100 in order to pursue that “something” I really want as mentioned in the previous post. The X100 is a phenomenal piece of image making equipment. So why am I parting with it? It was always meant to be a “test” and because it passed…well I want that “something”. If that “something” doesn’t work out, I will purchase another X100 but pay the extra money for the limited black edition.

I thought I would post here before listing on Daniel Craigslist or eBay next week. You guys know me, as opposed to a random seller via the other options. So here goes:

Fuji X100 (latest firmware installed) with extras. $950 plus $10 insured shipping to the lower 48. [SOLD!]

You can read a “real world” review by one of my favorite camera gear writers, Steve Huff, here.

Very low shutter count – estimate 2K max. Excellent overall like new condition with no marks or blemishes. Screen protector and filter on camera since day one. Includes receipts, original packaging, cables and literature – just as you would receive it new. Extras include lens hood, 8 GB Lexar SD card, B+W filter and extra generic battery. No disappointments. Prefer personal check or money order. No PayPal. Contact me at bobt@werkcrew.com.

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3 Responses to WAY DOWN DOWN SHE’S BOUND TO BREAK YA

  1. Curt Egerer says:

    Leica X2? Nothing to be gained but the red dot. The M9? Might have to sell a few vintage Scheel seats or something to break even there. We can probably rule out a DSLR of any kind – too conventional. Fuji X-Pro1? Now we’re talking. Although no real viewfinder could make it a non-starter …..

  2. Bob Tilton says:

    I wish the M9 was within my price range. I’d have to hang out in Concord on Monument Blvd in some really tight jeans to pull that off!

    The X100 sold tonight on Daniel Craigslist within two hours of listing it.

    I’m getting closer.

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