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Re: 3rd Party Pancake Lens for Fuji XM1


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Hello guys, 

so I've been away from the photography lanscape for quite some time and it looks as if technology has passed me by. I was considering getting a new camera body but it seems that it's a little out of budget atm, since my XM1 is still in great working condition, i was looking at getting a third party pancake lens so my system would "fit in my jeans" (not literally but you get the idea)....what are good options if any? i know fucji does a 27mm pancake but that's out of the budget right now so any recommendations of the cheaper nature would be greatly appreciated...thanking you in advance guys 

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