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    Quote Originally Posted by bambolero View Post
    Is Klasse W the higher end camera compared to S or Natura?
    It's a Klasse S with a wider lens, otherwise the same.

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    I have the Klasse-S. Gorgeous camera. Very well made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    I have the Klasse-S. Gorgeous camera. Very well made.
    Used to have one, it was very nice indeed. It's better looking in the flesh than in pictures I think. Mine did stop working suddenly though, although Fujifilm repaired under warranty, so no problem.

    It's wishful thinking, but maybe they'll make another compact. It's not that crazy, who would have predicted they'd release a 6x7 MF folder a few years back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RattyMouse View Post
    ...discontinued their last 3 film cameras. Film cameras that by all accounts were of VERY high quality. I guess their commitment to film is not what they claimed it would be.
    Well blaming them is quite unfair, because

    - the Klasse W and S cameras were introduced in 2006. At a time when lots of other camera manufacturers already had stopped the production of film cameras
    - when they introduced these models they clearly said its a limited series of 8000 cameras, offered in the Japanese market. Now this 8000 batch is sold, that's it.

    Kudos to Fuji that they had offered these very fine cameras in the time of the digital tsunami. Any other film manufacturer who introduced such cameras in 2006? No.

    Best regards,
    Henning

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