Advent day 10 - get £50 off a Fuji X100 with Park Cameras!

Today get £50 off a Fuji X100 with Park Cameras!

Get a Fuji X100 for £799.00 (RRP £1,020.99) at Park Cameras Saving £50 off the usual price!

Quote code: WDC-AP-X100 at checkout

The Fuji FinePix X100 sports a resolution of 12.3MP but unlike the majority of compacts available, which have sensors roughly the size of your small fingernail, the FinePix X100 features a much larger APS-C sized sensor - just like you'd expect to find in most DSLRs.

The ISO range runs from 200-6400 at full resolution and can be expanded to 100-12,800 if you're not wishing to shoot Raw. It also features a 2.8in, 460k-dot LCD screen - perhaps any larger and it would have compromised the overall size and design of the camera.

With the FinePix X100 it's quite clear that Fujifilm has pulled out all the stops when it comes to this camera. The look and feel of the camera is superb - as soon as you pick up the X100, it's obvious that you're dealing with a quality photographic tool.

When we reviewed the camera earlier this year we gave it 90% and a Gold Award.

See our full review

 

Get a Fuji X100 for £799.00 by quoting WDC-AP-X100 at checkout

 

 Terms and conditions:

* Offer only valid on 10 December 2011
* Voucher Code must be entered to receive the discount
* We reserve the right to cancel the voucher code at any time
* Use of this voucher code is subject to Park Camera's general T&C's
* Offer only valid while stocks last

 

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