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Survey 2020: Which Fuji Cameras Do You Use?


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Your Fuji X Cameras (Update 2020-06)  

458 members have voted

  1. 1. Which Fuji X Cameras do you own?

    • GFX 100
      5
    • GFX 50R
      10
    • GFX 50S
      6
    • X-T1
      59
    • X-T2
      75
    • X-T3
      128
    • X-T4
      66
    • X-T10
      16
    • X-T20
      29
    • X-T30
      35
    • X-T100
      10
    • X-T200
      12
    • X-H1
      36
    • X-Pro 1
      28
    • X-Pro 2
      49
    • X-Pro 3
      31
    • X-E1
      25
    • X-E2
      22
    • X-E2s
      17
    • X-E3
      29
    • X-A1
      4
    • X-A2
      2
    • X-A3
      0
    • X-A5
      3
    • X-A7
      1
    • X-A10
      0
    • X-M1
      7
    • X100V
      47
    • X100F
      30
    • X100T
      15
    • X100S
      12
    • X100
      8
    • X70
      11
    • Other Fuji camera (please comment)
      42
    • No Fuji camera
      4


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