Cheap Photo: Fujifilm Savings Are Back With Up to $300 Off!

We are getting into the latter half of the summer, depending on your location in the world, and this means its time for all the student and back to school deals to start popping up here and there. Fujifilm isn’t marketing these as back to school, but if you are a student that has been eyeing a Fujifilm camera, then these may be your last chance to save on a Fujifilm kit before school kicks off.

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Check out these latest Fujifilm savings after the jump…

Fujifilm Lens Savings

In all we have 11 Fujifilm mirrorless X Series lenses on tap for today’s listing, and virtually all of them could have a spot in your kit. So make sure and check these out, because the rumors have been saying to expect price increases after the summer, so these could be your last opportunity to get in on some good Fujifilm deals for a while.

  1. Fujifilm 14mm F/2.8 (review) – Deal (Save $300)
  2. Fujifilm 23mm F/1.4 (review) – Deal (Save $250)
  3. Fujifilm 56mm F/1.2 (review) – Deal (Save $200)
  4. Fujifilm 16-55mm F/2.8 (review) – Deal (Save $200)
  5. Fujifilm 90mm F/2 (review) – Deal (Save $200)
  6. Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 (review) – Deal (Save $150)
  7. Fujifilm 18mm F/2 (review) – Deal (Save $150)
  8. Fujifilm 50-140mm F/2.8 (review) – Deal (Save $150)
  9. Fujifilm 60mm F/2.4 (review) – Deal (Save $100)
  10. Fujifilm 27mm F/2.8 (review) – Deal (Save $100)
  11. Fujifilm 55-200mm F/3.5-4.8 (review) – Deal (Save $100)

Be sure to also check out our guide to Fujifilm lenses.

Fujifilm Camera Savings

The deals in the camera body department for this round of Fujifilm savings is not quite so impressive, but if you have been thinking about buying that second body or getting into Fujifilm’s system on the cheap – these are a couple of killer options.

Fujifilm X-T1 – $300 Off

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Lensbaby Fujifilm Announcement (2 of 2)ISO 4001-125 sec at f - 6.3

“The Editor’s Choice Award is an obvious one. The photo world has been abuzz with talk about the X-T1. It’s got the right mix of vintage design and contemporary technology. Granted, the sensor is the same as the X-E2’s, but that isn’t a problem. The X-series is a much-lauded system, and the X-T1 is its strongest player.” — Read Our Full X-T1 Review

The X-T1 has long been one of the better mirrorless options on the market and even with the newer X-T2 on the market that is still the case. It’s 16MP sensor may be a bit low by today’s standards, but it is plenty capable of producing incredible imagery and still boasts some killer APS-C ISO performance. It is also $300 off right now, so if you have been thinking about one, now is the time to jump on it. – Buy It

Fujifilm X-E2 – $100 Off

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Fujifilm XE2s product images (3 of 9)ISO 4001-100 sec at f - 3.5

“The Fujifilm X-E2 occupies a midway point between the entry-level X-A1 and the professional-grade X-Pro 1. The main difference between the X-Pro 1 and the X-E2 is that the latter only has an electronic viewfinder. The X-Pro 1 has a hybrid OVF/EVF, which is one of its most praised features. I find that the X-E2 is easier to work with, and that it produces images that are just as beautiful, if not more so.” — Read Our Full X-E2 Review

This one is honestly less of a good deal, and more about clearing stock. The newer (with some minor but notable improvements) X-E2s is not much more expensive (like literally $2 as of this writing) so unless there is something you really prefer about the X-E2 over the X-E2s, then we recommend picking up the newer model instead. Grab an X-E2 Here, or pay the $2 premium and grab the X-E2s Here.

That is it for today’s Cheap Photo Update. Make sure to keep an eye on our deal pages for a full account of the deals we are currently aware of.

Anthony Thurston

Anthony is a Portland, Oregon based Boudoir Photographer specializing in a dark, moody style that promotes female body positivity, empowerment, and sexuality. Besides The Phoblographer, he also reviews gear and produces his own educational content on his website.