Let’s just say that the we respect the 12.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, 23mm f/2 lens Fujifilm X100 digital camera immensely; but for a more in-depth look better have a read at our lengthy review here. After almost a year since the original X100 was released, Fujifilm is following up with an all black edition of only 10,000 pieces worldwide.
The appropriately named X100 Black Limited Edition set includes a sweet black X100 digital camera, black leather case, adapter ring, lens hood and a 49mm filter. The package can be had for $1,699.95 over the $1,200 which would buy you the plain old two-tone X100. That’s a hefty premium considering you can get the leather case and the adapter ring and hood for less than $300.
- Fujifilm X100 discontinued, making way for the X200?
- The Fujfilm X100 is beautiful on the inside too
- Fujifilm announces 28mm equivalent wide angle conversion lens and v1.30 firmware for X100
- Manfrotto Nano VI and VII camera pouch review: budget, stylish protection for your mirrorless camera
- Fujifilm X100 v1.20 firmware update brings control refinements and AF improvements
- Fujifilm X100 Black Limited Edition shipping now for $1,699.95
- Fujifilm FinePix X100 digital camera real world review
- Your Fujifilm X100 overexposes images? How to check for the sticky aperture blade issue (video)
- Fujifilm X10 v1.03 firmware update released, brings a bunch of improvements
- Fujifilm sold 100,000 X100 cameras in nine months
- Panasonic GX1 vs. Sony NEX-7 vs. Fujifilm X100 vs. Olympus E-P3 comparison
- Fujifilm X100 startup time and SD card write speed tests; how to make the X100 faster
- Fuji updates FinePix X100 to v1.11 with better macro auto-focus and fixes
- Sony Alpha A77 vs. A65 vs. NEX-7 vs. Fujifilm Finepix X100 comparison
- Sony NEX-7 vs. Fujifilm X100 vs. Olympus E-P3 vs. Panasonic DMC-GF3
- Fujifilm FinePix X50 to be the smaller and more affordable zoom brother to the X100 camera
- Fujifilm FinePix X100 gets firmware update to v1.10