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Fujifilm X100 Black Edition Camera

Great. Now we have to decide between the all-black X-Pro1 and this all-black X100. Identical in tech specs to its silver cousin, the Fujifilm X100 Black ($1,600) is cloaked in the dark stuff, and comes in a limited edition package with a matching leather ever-ready case, lens hood, adapter ring, and protective filter. Only 10,000 sets will be made.

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