My much loved Fuji X T-3.
X T-3 body in excellent condition and well cared for, 22292 shutter actuations – Fuji expect 200k for the X T-3. With box, genuine Fuji battery and charger. I’m afraid the Owner’s Handbook is AWOL, but given how gnomic it was, that’s probably a blessing – there is plenty on youtube etc on how to set it up to your own requirements, and delivered much more understandably. Should you require the original it is online here FUJIFILM X-T3 Owner’s Manual
If you were to buy the 16-80 lens (which goes from wide angle to zoom) I’m also selling you’d have a versatile, high quality and weather resistant solution to capturing most visual opportunities – a does pretty well anything camera.
It is also a really fun and enjoyable camera – not too heavy, not too bulky and with excellent ergonomics - that you will find yourself taking out often. RRP £1349.00 asking £799.00
Fuji Fujinon XF 16-80mm f/4 OIS WR
In excellent condition, this versatile lens is weather sealed and has extremely good, even for Fuji, onboard image stabilisation.
From an online review:
This is one of those incredibly useful lenses in that the focal length range is wide enough to be useful in many situations and the weather sealing enables us to just keep shooting regardless (mainly) of the weather. The constant aperture values throughout the range are also useful, avoiding a large reduction of open aperture values at longer focal lengths with the resultant potential camera shake issues. The lens does boast 6-stop OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation), although on test 4 stops was found to be more realistic. To be fair this will depend on focal length, the distance of the subject, ambient air movement and of course the steadiness of the photographer. What can be said is that the OIS system is extremely valuable and will make a reliable difference of at least 4 stops and maybe more. RRP £769.00, asking £499.00
Fuji Fujinon XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 LM OIS
Versatile and high quality lens that punches above its weight, has excellent image stabilisation enabling successful hand held shots at full zoom even in low light.
From an online review:
The XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS telephoto zoom follows in the same vein - according to Fujifilm the aim is to provide premium optical quality and construction alongside class-leading image stabilization. Like the 18-55mm it features a relatively fast maximum aperture, gathering half a stop more light than most similar zooms for SLRs, and it uses a pair of linear stepper motors for near-silent autofocus. As with the other XF lenses, it offers all-metal barrel construction and an on-lens aperture control ring. The overall picture is of a decidedly premium lens, that’s quite unlike the inexpensive 55-200mm F4-5.6 telezooms for APS-C SLRs.
Condition is very good used, and there are some small marks and scratches on the lens hood, though glass is pristine, as it has been used with a filter in place, which I’ll include.
RRP £700 plus, asking £399.00