Fujifilm Cameras In Stock Right Now

I’ve had a lot of people tell me lately that they’re frustrated the Fujifilm camera they want to purchase is out of stock, and has been for some time. Unfortunately, Fujifilm (like a lot of companies) has been plagued by global supply chain issues and parts shortages. On top of that, I believe that Fujifilm is ready to fully move onto X-Trans V, which means that X-Trans IV models will get harder and harder to find. So I thought I’d look at what is out there in stock on Amazon, and share what I find.

I was not surprised to see the Fujifilm X100V and Fujifilm X-E4 out-of-stock. Those two cameras haven’t even had a chance to hit the shelves, because they’re already sold the moment the shipment arrives at the store. Fujifilm could have sold a lot more copies of these two models if they had been able to manufacture more, and maybe they’re in the process of doing just that, or maybe they’re retooling for the next iteration—who knows? Whatever the case, a lot of people want an X100V and/or X-E4, and they can’t get one, unfortunately, and maybe buying used (and likely at an inflated price) is their only option.

For all the news that the X-H2S and X-H2 have had more demand than can be filled… they’re apparently in stock, and you can get one (or both) before Thanksgiving. The X-T3 and X-T4 are both in stock, but the X-T5 is apparently coming before Christmas (so watch for that). There are plenty of X-Pro3’s available. Supposedly there’s only one X-S10. Surprisingly, there are several X-T20 and X-E3 bodies, apparently. Shockingly, I found one (supposedly) brand-new X-M1, two refurbished X-T1’s, and one (supposedly) new-but-not-warrantied X100T, if you are interested in an older model.

Fujifilm X-T30 II Amazon

Fujifilm X-T3 Amazon

Fujifilm X-T4 Amazon

Fujifilm X-S10 Amazon

Fujifilm X-H2 Amazon

Fujifilm X-H2S Amazon

Fujifilm X-Pro3 Amazon

Fujifilm X-M1 Amazon

Fujifilm X-T1 Amazon

Fujifilm X100T Amazon

Fujifilm X-T20 Amazon

Fujifilm X-E3 Amazon

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  1. randomguineapig · October 18, 2022

    The big discount Fuji posted on the GFX 50 (s?) had me huntin.’ Of course there were none anywhere I could find!

    • Ritchie Roesch · October 18, 2022

      My biggest problem with GFX… and I would absolutely love to own one… is that the system is soooo expensive, and unless you crop deeply or print huge, there’s not a big practical advantage to using it.



      But, if someone wanted to gift me one, or if I stumbled upon a large stack of large bills, I certainly wouldn’t say no. 🤣

      • David Fleetwood · October 18, 2022

        I keep trying to convince myself to sell my 100S because my skills nowhere near justify it and I could use that money to get literally everything I could ever want for my H2S (yeah, I got it) with money left over. But then I do things like take shots of my wife late at night in downtown Lisbon with the 110mm and I never want to give it up…

        I will revisit this whenever the X-S20 hits and I am wanting a second small cam on the same mount for her to use.

      • Ritchie Roesch · October 19, 2022

        I’m seriously debating on buying the upcoming X-T5… and figuring out what gear to sell in order to afford it….

      • randomguineapig · October 18, 2022

        But one can dream.
        Thanks for the reminder that even my 7 megapixel ancient Sony prints an excellent 8×10!

      • Ritchie Roesch · October 19, 2022

        Yeah, exactly! 12 megapixels is all that most need, and seven is enough for 8″x10″…. 40 or 50 or 100 is really overkill for 99% of people.

  2. David Fleetwood · October 18, 2022

    In general I expect X-Trans V cameras to suffer far less from parts shortages than X-Trans IV as the new generation were designed during the pandemic and supply chain disruption and hardware decisions made during that time will have taken into account what can be easily sourced/guaranteed vs what is subject to potential disruptions.

    Not at all shocked to see the H2/H2S launch, sell out, then quickly get resupplied to where there is little if any wait. Expecting the same pattern with the T5 when it hits. This is likely why they are seemingly rapidly rolling over their product line, every product they can’t get is lost profit so getting everything onto a platform they can actually match demand with is extremely important. Given that others are still struggling with this, Nikon for instance, this puts Fuji in a position to potentially grab more market share as those in the market for a camera will have only a couple brands actually meeting supply (Canon also seems to be doing well with supply now).

    • Ritchie Roesch · October 18, 2022

      I hope that the parts shortage ceases to be an issue moving forward. It’s been frustrating for both Fujifilm and their customers, so if there’s a way to move beyond it, that’s good news.

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