Fujifilm X100S Silver Digital Camera

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The Fujifilm X100S Digital Camera features a 16 megapixel APS-C-sized X-Trans CMOS II sensor and an EXR Processor II image processor to provide high quality imagery and camera performance. The combination of the sensor and processor enables a native sensitivity range from ISO 200-6400, which is further expandable to ISO 100-25600. Fujifilm's proprietary X-Trans sensor uses a unique randomized pixel array in order to avoid the use of a resolution-reducing optical low-pass filter, therefore providing images with the utmost sharpness and clarity.
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LCD Screen Size 2.8 in
Memory Card Support Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC), Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card
Camera Type Point & Shoot Digital Camera
Effective Megapixels 16.3 Megapixel
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Fujifilm X100S Review
5 Star Review  photographyblog.com - Mar 14, 2013

The new Fujifilm X100S promises to be a faster version of 2011's hit camera, the X100, with the S clearly standing for Speed. The X100S also incorporates a new 16 megapixel sensor with the optical low-pass filter removed, some clever manual focusing aids, a better electronic viewfinder and the same gorgeous retro styling and handling of the original model. Does it live up to its potential, or is it too little, too late? Read our expert Fujifilm X100S review to find out...

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Fujifilm FinePix X100S
4.5 Star Review  testseek.com - Aug 16, 2013

Testseek.com has collected 101 expert reviews for Fujifilm FinePix X100S and the average expert rating is 86 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.com to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

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Amazing
5 Star Review   By Smuggy Smith on Adorama - Nov 12, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I love this camera. Having an aperture ring, a shutter speed dial, and a compensation dial, simplifies the operation. It feels great in the hand and the images are as good as my Nikon d700.

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Can Change How You Shoot - In A Good Way
5 Star Review   By CAM on Adorama - Oct 22, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

You've read all the reviews. David Hobby. Zack Arias. On and on. I'm a long-time Canon DLSR shooter. Portraits, events, some weddings, some product shooting. I bought this camera and have been amazed by it. It really slows me down, but in a good way. The specs- you can read about them elsewhere - the ND filter is great. The EVF and optical view finder are great. The controls are logical and great. The control dials are a big shift but are cool Sure, I wish I could fine tune aperture and shutter speed on the dials, but really, it wouldn't make sense- there'd be too many clicks on the dial to get to what I want. Using the control wheel with your thumb to get to 3rd stops, etc isn't hard and becomes second nature. I've shot landscapes and portraits over the last few weeks with this camera and it's just amazing. Again, I'm finding myself slowing down, using more manual focus, really taking my time again. And it's great- my images are so much better for it and instead of rattling off 9 frames I end up with two or three and they're so much better. You won't be disappointed if you go this route. The 35mm equivalent I thought would feel limiting but it's actually been energizing. Move your feet! I see myself using this camera more and more in my shooting. I'm traveling for an out of state wedding this weekend and while I'm still taking both my DSLR's I actually foresee shooting about half of the event with this camera.

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Lives up to the hype
4 Star Review   By Blakeraymond on Adorama - Oct 22, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I bought this camera because it's small, light weight and the image quality is excellent. I use it for street and travel photography and thus far it has met my needs fully. Some say the fixed focal length is a setback, but it's a great compliment to my dslr. Very pleased!

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Nice pictures. Tough to learn features.
4 Star Review   By JWH3 on Adorama - Oct 17, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

The pics out of the camera are very nice - good color rendition and I love the dials. The manual leaves a lot to be desired - I had to find a You Tube video explaining the features one by one to figure out what the manual doesn't tell you. I bought a pinch type lens cap to be able to use with the protective UV filter on the adapter ring and just leave it on. A half case and thumb rest that slides into the external flash slot complete the ensemble. Definitely buy a spare battery. And a fast SDHC card.

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Fantastic camera
5 Star Review   By APS shooter on Adorama - Oct 16, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Used a D600 before but not too happy with the weight and since I've mostly used it with a fast 35mm lens the X100s made more sense for me, not regretting that choice a single bit. Image quality and low noise are simply outstanding.

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Genuine pleasure to use
4 Star Review   By globetrotter 77 on Adorama - Oct 15, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I love the general concept of X100(S). A small(ish) camera with classic Contax-style handling, cental shutter (super quiet) and uncompromising image quality. Real pleasure to use (except when one needs to visit menus). Aperture, shutter speed and exposure compensation can all be handled by touch, no need to check values visually as much as in DSLRs. It simply feels much more like camera, whereas DSLRs are more like computers to me (which is fine, of course). One thing I would really appreciate: weather sealing. Not only in case of rain, but also dust. It is such a lovely travel camera otherwise.

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Excellent Carry-With-You-Anytime Camera
4 Star Review   By fe1187ub on Adorama - Oct 8, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Virtually worry free shooting nearly all the time. I've used this camera everywhere in varied lighting conditions and get nearly flawless results almost all the time. Even in bright sunlight the fill flash works very well when the subject is not too far away, although I've had a few occasions when the flash didn't fire while set in auto mode. Autofocus is very fast and spot on virtually all the time. It is quite an amazing camera. I have shot mostly in full automatic mode and not seen much need for switching to aperture, shutter or manual mode. The idea behind this camera was to have it with me all the time and capture casual snaps to share with friends and family. This is the first camera that does that for me, because it easily fits in the pocket of cargo pants or a jacket. The 23mm focal length is great for the majority of captures, but distortion is visible when you get close. But who cares when it comes down to getting the shot. It's size also allowed me to carry it in a small water proof container so I could take it with me on a canoe trip and I was able to capture fun shots from the middle of the river. The optical and electronic viewfinder are excellent. You can choose how much information you want it to display and I have not had any difficulties framing, although I prefer using the EVF when I get close or in low light. The dials on the top are easy to turn, but stiff enough to prevent accidental movement. That happens more often on the x-Pro1 (the exposure compensation control). Everything is compact and small on this camera, which requires some acclimating when you have larger hands and are used to working with a DSLR. Some of the controls on the rear panel are in a different location than the x-Pro1 and that can be confusing when you switch between the two. The control wheel it a bit quirky. It both rotates and has clicks at the four compass directions for primary functions (AF, Flash, WB and Macro Mode). I've found that with bigger fingers and trying to work quickly that it is easy to rotate instead of clicking or the other way around. The result is not exactly getting the settings you want or having to try several times before it is set correctly. If you are taking your time it is not an issue. The camera seems to choose good aperture shutter speed combinations and usually increases ISO at a last resort. That often means wide open apertures, but that is very easy to override on this camera. White balance is good and skin colors require little correction. The camera has a great number of options, despite the simplicity of its controls and it is well worth reading the manual. It explains how all of the controls work, but in some cases you need will need to experiment to see what the actual result turns out to be or how far you can push the camera (this is especially true for JPEG processing settings). When I'm on the road and want to travel light, I prefer transferring images to a tablet. I use the USB cable and images copy pretty quickly (JPEG files), so you can share them without much delay. Eye-fi cards also work, but you have to make sure to enable the feature in the camera. The x100S is definitely a camera I would recommend as a go anywhere and have it with you all the time option. I have used it primarily in casual situations and have had very good to excellent results, with little need to edit on the computer.

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Fun little camera
5 Star Review   By Artoris on Adorama - Sep 25, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I've only had my camera a little over a week, so I haven't had time to play with all the options, but there are a ton of them. I would recommend the David Hobby video on Strobist.com to get a good overview on the camera. Just search Fujifilm X100S in the top left corner. It's also on YouTube. After using DSLRs with interchangeable lenses for such a long time it takes a little getting used to the fixed 35mm (equivalent) lens, but it hasn't been a problem.

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A Gem of a camera
5 Star Review   By Nick45 on Adorama - Sep 24, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Have only had the X100s for two weeks but already it is proving to be a go-to camera for many situations. It has a wealth of features which take some learning but the results are worth every minute spent. Color is outstanding and low light ability very impressive. I shoot Nikon DSLR but that may take a back seat for awhile.

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Awesome Camera!!!
5 Star Review   By Philippe on Adorama - Aug 27, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Versatility!

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The Fujifilm X100S Digital Camera features a 16 megapixel APS-C-sized X-Trans CMOS II sensor and an EXR Processor II image processor to provide high quality imagery and camera performance. The combination of the sensor and processor enables a native sensitivity range from ISO 200-6400, which is further expandable to ISO 100-25600. Fujifilm's proprietary X-Trans sensor uses a unique randomized pixel array in order to avoid the use of a resolution-reducing optical low-pass filter, therefore providing images with the utmost sharpness and clarity.
Quick Glance
LCD Screen Size 2.8 in
Memory Card Support Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC), Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card
Camera Type Point & Shoot Digital Camera
Effective Megapixels 16.3 Megapixel
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Product Title Fujifilm X100S Silver Digital Camera
Manufacturer Fujifilm
Lowest Price $719.00 from Abe's of Maine
Power Score 4.7 | 28 Reviews
Image Processor
Total Pixels: 16.3 Megapixel
Image Sensor: CMOS
Other Features
Maximum Video Capture Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Flash: Accessory Shoe, Built-in Flash
Interface Connection: HDMI, USB
Lens Features
Focal Length: 23 mm
Max Aperture: 2 1/f
Dimensions
Height: 2.9 in
Width: 5 in
Depth: 2.1 in
Weight: 15.7 oz
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Warranty Information: 1 year(s)
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Fujifilm X100S Review
5 Star Review  photographyblog.com - Mar 14, 2013

The new Fujifilm X100S promises to be a faster version of 2011's hit camera, the X100, with the S clearly standing for Speed. The X100S also incorporates a new 16 megapixel sensor with the optical low-pass filter removed, some clever manual focusing aids, a better electronic viewfinder and the same gorgeous retro styling and handling of the original model. Does it live up to its potential, or is it too little, too late? Read our expert Fujifilm X100S review to find out...

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Fujifilm FinePix X100S
4.5 Star Review  testseek.com - Aug 16, 2013

Testseek.com has collected 101 expert reviews for Fujifilm FinePix X100S and the average expert rating is 86 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.com to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

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Amazing
5 Star Review   By Smuggy Smith on Adorama - Nov 12, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I love this camera. Having an aperture ring, a shutter speed dial, and a compensation dial, simplifies the operation. It feels great in the hand and the images are as good as my Nikon d700.

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Can Change How You Shoot - In A Good Way
5 Star Review   By CAM on Adorama - Oct 22, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

You've read all the reviews. David Hobby. Zack Arias. On and on. I'm a long-time Canon DLSR shooter. Portraits, events, some weddings, some product shooting. I bought this camera and have been amazed by it. It really slows me down, but in a good way. The specs- you can read about them elsewhere - the ND filter is great. The EVF and optical view finder are great. The controls are logical and great. The control dials are a big shift but are cool Sure, I wish I could fine tune aperture and shutter speed on the dials, but really, it wouldn't make sense- there'd be too many clicks on the dial to get to what I want. Using the control wheel with your thumb to get to 3rd stops, etc isn't hard and becomes second nature. I've shot landscapes and portraits over the last few weeks with this camera and it's just amazing. Again, I'm finding myself slowing down, using more manual focus, really taking my time again. And it's great- my images are so much better for it and instead of rattling off 9 frames I end up with two or three and they're so much better. You won't be disappointed if you go this route. The 35mm equivalent I thought would feel limiting but it's actually been energizing. Move your feet! I see myself using this camera more and more in my shooting. I'm traveling for an out of state wedding this weekend and while I'm still taking both my DSLR's I actually foresee shooting about half of the event with this camera.

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Lives up to the hype
4 Star Review   By Blakeraymond on Adorama - Oct 22, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I bought this camera because it's small, light weight and the image quality is excellent. I use it for street and travel photography and thus far it has met my needs fully. Some say the fixed focal length is a setback, but it's a great compliment to my dslr. Very pleased!

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Nice pictures. Tough to learn features.
4 Star Review   By JWH3 on Adorama - Oct 17, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

The pics out of the camera are very nice - good color rendition and I love the dials. The manual leaves a lot to be desired - I had to find a You Tube video explaining the features one by one to figure out what the manual doesn't tell you. I bought a pinch type lens cap to be able to use with the protective UV filter on the adapter ring and just leave it on. A half case and thumb rest that slides into the external flash slot complete the ensemble. Definitely buy a spare battery. And a fast SDHC card.

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Fantastic camera
5 Star Review   By APS shooter on Adorama - Oct 16, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Used a D600 before but not too happy with the weight and since I've mostly used it with a fast 35mm lens the X100s made more sense for me, not regretting that choice a single bit. Image quality and low noise are simply outstanding.

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Genuine pleasure to use
4 Star Review   By globetrotter 77 on Adorama - Oct 15, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I love the general concept of X100(S). A small(ish) camera with classic Contax-style handling, cental shutter (super quiet) and uncompromising image quality. Real pleasure to use (except when one needs to visit menus). Aperture, shutter speed and exposure compensation can all be handled by touch, no need to check values visually as much as in DSLRs. It simply feels much more like camera, whereas DSLRs are more like computers to me (which is fine, of course). One thing I would really appreciate: weather sealing. Not only in case of rain, but also dust. It is such a lovely travel camera otherwise.

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Excellent Carry-With-You-Anytime Camera
4 Star Review   By fe1187ub on Adorama - Oct 8, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Virtually worry free shooting nearly all the time. I've used this camera everywhere in varied lighting conditions and get nearly flawless results almost all the time. Even in bright sunlight the fill flash works very well when the subject is not too far away, although I've had a few occasions when the flash didn't fire while set in auto mode. Autofocus is very fast and spot on virtually all the time. It is quite an amazing camera. I have shot mostly in full automatic mode and not seen much need for switching to aperture, shutter or manual mode. The idea behind this camera was to have it with me all the time and capture casual snaps to share with friends and family. This is the first camera that does that for me, because it easily fits in the pocket of cargo pants or a jacket. The 23mm focal length is great for the majority of captures, but distortion is visible when you get close. But who cares when it comes down to getting the shot. It's size also allowed me to carry it in a small water proof container so I could take it with me on a canoe trip and I was able to capture fun shots from the middle of the river. The optical and electronic viewfinder are excellent. You can choose how much information you want it to display and I have not had any difficulties framing, although I prefer using the EVF when I get close or in low light. The dials on the top are easy to turn, but stiff enough to prevent accidental movement. That happens more often on the x-Pro1 (the exposure compensation control). Everything is compact and small on this camera, which requires some acclimating when you have larger hands and are used to working with a DSLR. Some of the controls on the rear panel are in a different location than the x-Pro1 and that can be confusing when you switch between the two. The control wheel it a bit quirky. It both rotates and has clicks at the four compass directions for primary functions (AF, Flash, WB and Macro Mode). I've found that with bigger fingers and trying to work quickly that it is easy to rotate instead of clicking or the other way around. The result is not exactly getting the settings you want or having to try several times before it is set correctly. If you are taking your time it is not an issue. The camera seems to choose good aperture shutter speed combinations and usually increases ISO at a last resort. That often means wide open apertures, but that is very easy to override on this camera. White balance is good and skin colors require little correction. The camera has a great number of options, despite the simplicity of its controls and it is well worth reading the manual. It explains how all of the controls work, but in some cases you need will need to experiment to see what the actual result turns out to be or how far you can push the camera (this is especially true for JPEG processing settings). When I'm on the road and want to travel light, I prefer transferring images to a tablet. I use the USB cable and images copy pretty quickly (JPEG files), so you can share them without much delay. Eye-fi cards also work, but you have to make sure to enable the feature in the camera. The x100S is definitely a camera I would recommend as a go anywhere and have it with you all the time option. I have used it primarily in casual situations and have had very good to excellent results, with little need to edit on the computer.

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Fun little camera
5 Star Review   By Artoris on Adorama - Sep 25, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I've only had my camera a little over a week, so I haven't had time to play with all the options, but there are a ton of them. I would recommend the David Hobby video on Strobist.com to get a good overview on the camera. Just search Fujifilm X100S in the top left corner. It's also on YouTube. After using DSLRs with interchangeable lenses for such a long time it takes a little getting used to the fixed 35mm (equivalent) lens, but it hasn't been a problem.

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A Gem of a camera
5 Star Review   By Nick45 on Adorama - Sep 24, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Have only had the X100s for two weeks but already it is proving to be a go-to camera for many situations. It has a wealth of features which take some learning but the results are worth every minute spent. Color is outstanding and low light ability very impressive. I shoot Nikon DSLR but that may take a back seat for awhile.

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Awesome Camera!!!
5 Star Review   By Philippe on Adorama - Aug 27, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Versatility!

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I recommend to friends for this camera
5 Star Review   By luc on Adorama - Aug 20, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

The best camera for everyday photography and it is almost perfect!

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A perfact companian, Fujifilm X100S
5 Star Review   By Kaushik on Adorama - Aug 10, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I am proud owner of Fujifilm X100, and I have had chance to use the latest X100S for 15 days. I am fully convinced with the features of the new X100S, I am jotting down my views and feedback on this model. Although, I am not going to make this review a more technical one, I will surely share my experience. The only part that I did not like in this whole process was returning the X100S after the test period but I guess I did not had any other option! (Clarification: I have not purchased it from anywhere but I had privilege to use it for one assignment, and once work over I returned it.) The X100S is actually a better camera than X100, but that does not mean that X100 is not a good camera; it still is a great camera; but now it is more affordable than before and means more volumes for the company. The first thing that came to my mind after using the X100S for the first 10 to 15 minutes was that, in my opinion Fujifilm was in hurry to launch X100 two years ago, and now with this new X100S they have almost fixed all problems of the X100. X100 was not very good in terms of focusing but after some firmware that problem was sorted out. Even after this, X100 was successful, because of its image quality and its great look. Despite its slow auto focus, almost unusable manual focus system and others issues, photographers were amazed by images coming from the camera. X100S has improvised on this feature and manual focus is really great feature in this model. When I picked up this camera first time, I immediately turned it back and tried to check the Menu/ Ok button, as in X100 it is very difficult to use, but the same feature in X100S now centre round button is more edged out as compared to the X100, making it very user friendly. The print on the operating buttons should be not erasable and should be long lasting so as to endure years of use. The prints on my X100's Menu & AFL/AEL buttons are not visible, and have totally disappeared after constant use. My suggestion would be a kind of embossed button or maybe first layer should have some transparent layer, which would protect the print from fading. Performance: Handling: As far as the aesthetics are concerned, the X100S looks almost similar to X100. But performance wise, the X100S is faster than X100. The response time of X100S is good. Also the "Q" button is welcome feature which allows faster access to the menu and if you keep press "Q" for longer time the screen will be bright very useful for outdoor! . Optical viewfinder is `sexy'! Auto focus: X100 was terrible in the auto focus department, but after some firmware now it is usable, but the manual focus is still not usable. In the X100S auto focus is very much improved making it very fast. The focusing ring really works just fine; just put your finger slightly and you will be helped out by ring, lot of improvement here; credit to Fujifilm here. Only sometimes it fails to focus and maybe Fujifilm can make a little bit of improvement here and bring up the speed levels to the likes of Olympus OM- D E-M5, which is incredibly fast! Even my Panasonic GH2 is very fast. Fujifilm has done great with the introductions of the "Peaking" mode and "Split" mode; very useful. Sometimes in the auto mode, the camera focuses on something else which is actually not wanted but in manual focus, using any of these two would be very useful. Personally I do not use manual focus because auto focus is so perfect! But manual focus is very much needed in some specific conditions. Continuous shooting: I used the 3fps for a burst 44 JPEG frames and 6fps for a burst 31 JPEG frames out of the two continuous shooting modes that the X100S has, I used 32GB class 10 card and camera was incredibly fast! Well-done! Image Quality: X100S produces gorgeous images, 23mm F2 lens is amazing it is indeed very sharp, F4 gives stunningly sharp results! The Dynamic range of the X100S is much better than X100. Honestly, image quality is so great that with right tool, we can make amazing HDR effect with a single photo. I have been successful in creating so many high quality HDR single pictures, directly out of the camera! The RAW files are amazing! I noticed that it is impossible to make 16: 9 RAW file. I set the camera in JPEG + RAW and that too in 16: 9 but when I saw the output pictures, RAW was in 3: 2 ratio! I tried to find a solution to this issue from the manual of X100S but there is no mention that RAW with 16: 9 ration is not possible and default is a 3: 2 ratio image. I checked this out in the X100 and it has the same flaw, but my other camera, the Panasonic GH2 can record RAW in 16: 9. Fujifilm should provide RAW file in 16: 9 ratio. Video performance: X100S has to offer Full HD 1080P video at both 30fps & 60fps. 24P is missing! The video looks so good when ii is taken in good light. The dedicated recording button is still missing. Prior to recording you can set the aperture, exposure and film simulation mode. Flicker proves to be a big problem when used at night and it is very annoying! Very important for Fujifilm to resolve this issue. Camera struggle in continuous auto focus mode while recording video it is very slow and unusable. It is time for Fujifilm to concentrate on its video department. I feel that with good light this camera produce great videos, it is possible to have great Bokeh effect too! Digital Zoom 90mm is not aviailable in new X100S, in X100 it gives amazing result! Pros: 1, Great F2 lens, very sharp. 2, Image quality is outstanding and stunning! 3, JPEG files are very beautiful. 4, Sexy & light weight 5, New Artistic filters are fun to use. 6, Appearance, a big plus. 7, Very silent. Cons: 1, Poor video features. 2, Slightly expensive. 3, Battery cover accidentally opens and that too frequently. 4, Focus selection switch is not user friendly, should be changed. My feature wish list for next upcoming camera for this X100 series is: 1, Panasonic GH3 like video solution with dedicated video features. 2, HDR feature. 3, Full frame. 4, Tilt screen. 5, Water & Dust proof. 6, Shutter release cable. 7, Direct ND filter access. As mentioned before, the launch of X100S does not make X100 a bad camera, X100 is still great camera with the exception of speed. I also noticed X100S produces darker image than X100. ND Filter/ Flash combo is great to use! X100S has moiré patterns but a little lesser than X100 though. ND Filter should be accessible by single button and there should be separate button for it. Conclusion: X100S is the day camera and you can learn so much with it, and it will not disappoint you in terms of performance specially its Image Quality. It has excellent ISO noise performance and with new censor, accurate and faster focusing system and other improvement now X100S is a great performer. Kudos to Fujifilm for this one! And looking forward to see better & better in future. I could be error prone. My work which I made by using X100S & X100, please see all photos & links if you get time: www.facebook.com/pages... Kind Regards, Kaushik Parmar

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Worth the wait
5 Star Review   By xlphotog on Adorama - Aug 5, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

As a pro, I am used to lugging 2 large Nikons with street sweeper zooms plus other gear. With this camera, you get nearly perfect results from something you can stow in a vest pocket. After 4 weeks I am still feeling a bit clumsy with the menu options but its becoming easier with each outing. I am now using the Fuji as my low light option and I love the results. P.S. Make sure to stock up on batteries for the Fuji...it will drain a battery in a short time

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Well worth the money
5 Star Review   By Kajabbi on Adorama - Jul 23, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

This camera does more than advertised. I enlarged an image taken at F2 to 4x6 feet. I printed a small part of one corner ans a small part of the center. The resultsrival or suppass images taken with a film Leica(M5 with asa 100 film).

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Nice Camera
4 Star Review   By Doug the Runner on Adorama - Jul 13, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I use this camera to capture images of my children. The best part about this camera is it's near instant response, specifically the time it takes from when I push the shutter button to the time the image is captured. I have used several different SLR's ov

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My second camera for walk around
5 Star Review   By TonyP on Adorama - Jul 2, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I use this camera to scout for shots. It's light weight makes it easy to carry and handle so I can keep it in the car or around my neck while walking. It takes great photos and I always get great reviews from friends and family who think I'm using my Niko

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updated review ownership 1.5 weeks
4 Star Review   By AndreyP on Adorama - Jul 1, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

2 weeks ago I received Fuji x100s and left a 5 star review. And today I wanted to leave another review. #1 I took this camera to party where I knew about 50-60 people and so many people came up wanted to see camera hold it and talk about it. So it's atte

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BEST camera I ever held in my hands
5 Star Review   By Andrey P on Adorama - Jun 25, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Just got this camera from Adorama, and I have to say I felt like a million dollars. Best camera I held in my hands. It feels much different than professional DSLR like Canon 5D III series. It's classy, feels extremely expansive in hands and I have to say

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Divine Instrument
5 Star Review   By Alejandro, dreaming of photos on Adorama - Jun 18, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I am astounded at the light sensitivity in this camera. Every indoor/night shot I take is a beauty. Have never seen anything like it. The only drawback (functionality wise) is that I wish there was an easy access dial for the ISO. Other than that, what a

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Fuji X100S Worth The Wait
5 Star Review   By Rod Man on Adorama - Jun 18, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Having read all the reviews and many of the forums, I was prepared to like the FujiX100S - and indeed I do. Well worth the wait. The lens is crisp and if you select an appropriate aperture, the bokeh is lovely and has a 'pro' look. After years with a Niko

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Simply Amazing
5 Star Review   By Cblackphoto on Adorama - May 27, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

Fujifilm X100s is amazing camera for a certain type of shooter. I have been using it for a month now and I have fully evaluated the camera before I made a review. Build is classic. All the manual control dial make you fall in love with this camera. The o

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Happy photog
5 Star Review   By HappyShutters on Adorama - May 18, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I love my Canon 5D for its versatility and image quality, but now I love this Fuji even more. Canon is great when I have a car trunk to carry the body and 2 L-series lenses, for it is just a bit heavy and bulky for longer hikes and overseas travel with on

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A Great Little Jewel!
4 Star Review   By Joe on Adorama - May 12, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

After shooting the camera for about 2 weeks, I could say this one is a keeper. The image quality is excellent, and the color renditions are generally good. However, you may notice the skin tone can get a bit too much magenta in certain lighting conditions

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Amazing Camera
5 Star Review   By Kman on Adorama - May 8, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I had to wait a month to get it as it was back ordered but well worth it. This is an amazing camera. I am coming from Canon DSLR. I carried it around my neck all day at a picnic and never felt it was there, it is so light.

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All my expectations achieved
5 Star Review   By k4eyv on Adorama - May 7, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

After Using the camera only one afternoon, I can say it is a keeper. I also own a Olympus OMD which is my current point of reference. In the past I have owned a Leica M9, M8, and X1. The Fuji X100S beats Leica at it's own game. The X100s has it peculiari

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A camera for those who love photography
5 Star Review   By Captain Mick on Adorama - Apr 9, 2013    ( See more reviews from Adorama )

I can't compare this camera to its predecessor, but I think Fuji nailed it with the X100S. It's light weight, relatively portable without sacrificing ergonomics, and very responsive. The autofocus is exceptionally quick and quite accurate in good light, b

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