Fuji is about to raise prices across the board. Fuji has also conditioned us to wait for its regular sales to make purchases. Two days ago Fuji announced the last sale based on the old prices. It's logical to assume these are the lowest prices we'll see going forward, although that might vary by region and with specific items. It also depends on the amount of the discounts in future sales.
(I try to act rationally but I also try not to worry about saving that very last dollar, euro, or pound. It'll just drive ya crazy.)
The across-the-board price hikes are due to currency fluctuations and are due to take effect in September.
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Stanleyk: "Mercifully I have everything (all the primes, 14–60mm) I want except the soon to be released 23mm ƒ/2.... The nice thing is going forward I won't have to buy anything else until the X-Pro3 is released...unless of course I hear the siren call of the X100T replacement. I know, don't ask, why would I need a 23mm ƒ/2 for my X-Pro2 and a replacement for my X100T? Just because. Because I love the X100 series. Whoever said love was rational."
Mike replies: I am definitely not rational when it comes to cameras. And yet, I still enjoy calculating how to be rational. Go figure.