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    Fujinon 0% 24m Promo & Instant Rebates: MK18-55MM MK50-135MM & Cabrio XK6x20 20-120mm
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    Fujinon has new discounts available on the Cabrio XK6x20 20-120mm PL Lens and MK lenses below.

    0% 24 Month Lease to Own Financing is also available on almost all Fujinon lenses and bundles.

    FUJINON XK6X20 20-120MM T3.5 CABRIO CINEMA ZOOM PL LENS $13499 - $2500 Saving = $10,999
    0% 24 Month Estimated Payment = $459

    Fujinon MK18-55MM T2.9 Lens Sony E-Mount Lens $3799 - $500 Instant Rebate = $3299
    0% 24 Month Estimated Payment = $138

    Fujinon MK50-135MM T2.9 E-Mount Lens $3999 - $500 Instant Rebate = $3499
    0% 24 Month Estimated Payment = $146

    Fujinon MK18-55MM + MK50-135MM Bundle $7798 - $1400 Instant Rebate = $6398
    0% 24 Month Estimated Payment = $267



    Estimated Lease Payments do not include insurance or taxes.

    Longer and Shorter Lease Terms are available from 12 to 60 Months.

    IRS Section 179 Tax Deductions for 2019 can be taken on your Taxes if the lease is written before Dec 31 2019.





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    No instant rebate on the X-Mount version of MK lenses, only E-Mount?
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    I just called Fujinon and was told that the X-Mount versions of the MK lenses are not on promo.

    The Micro 4/3 version of the MK's are on promo at the same prices as the E-Mount. We've just never sold any.
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    Well crap
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    MTF adapters are working on an adapter fot the MKs to be used on Lumix S line. That is a brilliant idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Nixon View Post
    I just called Fujinon and was told that the X-Mount versions of the MK lenses are not on promo.

    The Micro 4/3 version of the MK's are on promo at the same prices as the E-Mount. We've just never sold any.
    Ah, that's a bummer and puzzling. Oh well, maybe someday they'll get a rebate.
    Fuji makes some weird strategic decisions, reps have told me that they really want to sell a lot more MKX lenses and they should as they are a great value.
    But having a rebate for only two out of the three mounts available makes little sense.
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    Maybe Fujinon figures that E-Mount sales will drop off as possible future buyers want something that'll work with the fullframe FX9. Time to clear out the inventory inventory that'll appeal to FS7 owners?

    So why discount the X-Mount lenses since there isn't the same sort of end-of-life pressure?

    Just a guess and a bummer, but that's biz...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Feeley View Post
    Maybe Fujinon figures that E-Mount sales will drop off as possible future buyers want something that'll work with the fullframe FX9. Time to clear out the inventory inventory that'll appeal to FS7 owners?

    So why discount the X-Mount lenses since there isn't the same sort of end-of-life pressure?

    Just a guess and a bummer, but that's biz...
    For my 10,000th post:

    Totally within the realm of possibility. I just see a company that has amazing products, great engineering minds, but some of their decisions seem puzzling to me.
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    I love my Canon 17-120, but $11K for the 20-120 cab is a damn good deal. I know they've had it around that price before, but it was with the servo grip removed. For anyone that needs a quality s35 zoom, this price makes it very compelling. No way in hell would I even consider the Zeiss LWZ.3 21-100, when this lens is only ~$600 more and offers way more functionality.



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    Quote Originally Posted by puredrifting View Post
    For my 10,000th post:

    Totally within the realm of possibility. I just see a company that has amazing priducts, great engineering minds, but some of their decisions seem puzzling to me.
    Oh I agree with that.

    Congrats on your first 10K!
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