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Leica X-E, brand new $900, worth it?
Old 07-24-2016   #1
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Leica X-E, brand new $900, worth it?

I have been thinking of testing a Leica X1/X2 for a long long time but they are so expensive. The X2 price (used) in Sweden is around $1000. I just found a store in Sweden who sells the latest version (before the X), X-E with a pricetag of $900, brand new! Is the X-E still a good camera? Is it worth it?
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$900 in Sweden? 7750 Krona? That is about 815,-. They're selling in Dutch shops for 750,-. Deciding if it is worth it, is up to you. It is basically the X2, see reviews and user experiences and see if you like what you read.

Compared to something like a Ricoh GR, Nikon A or Mirrorless cameras like the Sony A5100 or A6000, it seems expensive. But it is a Leica and it seems a good camera and if it gives you joy, that is priceless...
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