Fujifilm's X and GFX cameras and lenses are on sale at B&H. With dozens of items receiving some sort of special pricing, it's a great time to check out the product lines. Want to know my picks for the best deals?
The X-T3 and associated lens combos have received a $300 discount. While the X-T4 was recently announced, the X-T3 now represents an even better value, considering not much of significance was added to the X-T4. Instead, you can get the body and excellent 16-80mm for the same price as the X-T4 body alone.
The X-E3 has dropped by $200, bringing the body under $500. At this price, it's a great option if you're interested in a slim, rangefinder-style camera, or even a competent backup or alternate body style for X-T and X-H users. With the 18-55mm lens, you could get a great rangefinder body and lens for less than $800. Also available is the 23mm f/2, if you want to really embrace the classic rangefinder walk around style, while still being able to swap out other focal lengths — definitely something to consider if you've ever been interested in the X100 line.
If you or someone you know is looking for an all-in-one kit, the X-T200 kits not only offer a savings of $100, but also a bundled copy of Luminar 4. We've covered Luminar 4 in some other pieces, but the headline could read "Feature rich, but easy to use editing software". Taken together, the X-T200 is a great value to get started with, since you'll have access to Fuji's large lens catalog, as well as a great piece of software to edit with.
Speaking of Fuji's large lens catalog, there's sale pricing on a number of Fuji's lenses. The discounts are mostly available for Fuji's premium lenses, including cinema zooms, an ultra-wide, and their high-performance telephoto options. Depending on the lens, you may also be eligible to receive a free copy of Luminar 4, an $89 value. Check out Skylum's blog post here for more information on the qualifying lenses, or look under the "Add to Cart" button on B&H for availability.
Probably the most useful is the $300 discount on Fuji's premium standard zoom, the XF 16-55mm f/2.8. With a fast constant aperture and wide to portrait-length zoom range, this is a must-have for serious Fuji shooters.
To complement the constant f/2.8 of the XF 16-55mm, consider the XF 8-16mm f/2.8. A massive $500 discount brings this lens down to $1,499. Given the high performance of this lens, which can reach an impressively wide 12mm equivalent, I think this is a great option. If you're looking to go wide with Fuji, this is one of your best options.
Rounding out the premium trio of zooms, the XF 50-140mm f/2.8 has received a $300 discount as well. Covering roughly the same range as a 70-200mm on full frame, this lens is an excellent option for sports, events, and portraits. It includes optical stabilization, as well as thorough weather-sealing.
On the GFX side, the GF 50mm has received a significant $500 price cut. If you don't already have this lens, it's a great walk around option for those bodies and is now quite cheap for a new medium format lens.
Last, but certainly not least, the XF 200mm f/2 has received a discount of $1,000. If you're looking for a high-performance prime in the X-mount, this is your ticket. It includes a 1.4x teleconverter and optical image stabilization.
It's nice to see Fuji offer some great savings for users across their line. Whether you're looking to get started with the competent X-T200 kit or have had your eyes on a higher-performance zoom for a while, you can save some cash with these prices. The added value of Luminar 4 for some of the items is just the cherry on top.