Today only: Remember when I called the Fuji X-T1 Graphite "One Good-Lookin' Camera"? Remember how it cost $300 more than the then-high-priced regular version of the X-T1? I think it was selling for $1,800. That was back in '14. Well, now you can get that very same camera, brand new, for $599. Wow. The X-T1 is no longer the latest thing, and it "only" has 16 MP, etc., etc....but it's still a very nice camera, with excellent capabilities for general shooting and excellent files. (I have one.) A way to get into the Fuji ecosystem on wings. It's cheaper than the black one for the next 11 hours. And at $599, it's possible you might not even lose much money on resale, even.
I'd rather have this beauty than lots of new cameras in the $600 price class, I can tell you that.
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Dogman: "I bought a used one of these a little while back. I really wasn't looking for the graphite silver model, just a standard black X-T1 would have been fine. But the silver model was available in nearly new condition (but lacking the box) for less than the black ones so I grabbed it. Pretty camera. Functionally identical to the black body. It makes for a nice permanent home for my 14mm Fujinon lens.
"The X-T1 was the camera that really led me to finally accept EVFs. By the way, I've always shopped for recently discontinued camera bodies and new or nearly new lenses. Missing out on a few new camera features is not a big deal for me. But I always try to use the best lenses available."