Fujifilm FinePix X100S

  • Fujifilm FinePix X100S
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The FinePix X100S is the successor to the Fujifilm FinePix X100. The X100S features a 16.3MP APS-C CMOS II sensor, panoramic swept images, EXR Processor II and a Hybrid Viewfinder (OVF / EVF). Last but not least, the X100S captures 1080/60p and 1080/30p videos with its built-in stereo mic.

Expert reviews and ratings

By 5FWD on 100

Fujifilm's portable Finepix X100S is the second entrant in our retro camera round-up, and it comes armed with a beefy 16.3-Megapixel sensor and both a LCD display and a viewfinder with two modes - but is it enough to take the top-spot? Hit play to...

By The Imaging Resource on 80

The Fuji X100S rangefinder-style camera takes a leap forward with its new 16.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor that helps it deliver stellar images with low noise, high dynamic range, good color and improved resolution. Overall, its performance bests...

By The Luminous Landscape on -

I don’t purchase cameras very often, but when I do I have good reasons why. At the most I...

By Digital Photography School on -

Please note that this is not a technical review of the Fuji x100s. There are many great reviews already written by photographers who are technically more savvy than I am. This is simply an account of my experience as I make my first steps away from a...

By Wired on 80

The Fujifilm X100S is the camera you want without even knowing it.Sure, for an aspiring photographer, the lure of a DSLR can be strong. But when faced with a massive array of lenses and their exceeding bulk, that temptation can quickly turn into...

By Digital Trends on 85

The Fujifilm X100S is a very good camera, geared toward photographers who really want control over almost every aspect of still image quality. Street photographers in particular will find this camera appealing. The 35mm f/2.0 prime lens is really...

By howtospendit.ft.com on -

More importantly, however, the camera itself has been given an upgrade, in the form of the physically identical X100S (which, of course, the converter also fits). Improvements can be seen in almost everything – and that was starting from a heck of a...

By PC Pro on 83

A luxurious camera with the features and quality to back up its premium design and...

By PC Mag on 90

Don't be fooled by the Fujifilm X100S's retro exterior; it's a modern, full-featured digital camera that impressed us enough to earn our Editors' Choice...

By Expert Reviews on 100

A stunning design and jaw-dropping image quality – worth the high price...

By Steves Digicams on -

By Josh Fate Fujifilm's X100S is an updated and much more powerful version of the X100, which was released in 2011. While there haven't been any changes to the body of the camera, the insides have been overhauled; including a new 16-Megapixel X-Trans...

By Stuff.tv on 100

The work that's been put into improving autofocus speed is undeniable, with the X100S snapping into focus quicker and more accurately than its rivals. Picture quality is exceptional, and almost equal to the Sony RX1, even when shooting RAW.But it's also...

By KenRockwell on -

The has several Film Simulation modes. These attempt to capture some of the brilliance of various kinds of . The X100S' Film Simulation modes are much better than the...

By The Luminous Landscape on -

Forum Login Chinatown Alley, Toronto, April 2012 Fuji X100s, 1/180th, f5.6, ISO 200 A Little Sibling Rivalry So you're dating this great gal. She's smart, cute, and good company. She seems to really care for you and gives you most of what you...

By Camera Labs on 15

The Fujifilm X100S builds on the success of its predecessor, the X100, with a new sensor, faster, more accurate focusing and a raft of other improvements. Fujifilm has concentrated on improving what needed it and fixing (most of) what was broken,...

By mobilephonereviewss.com on -

The Fujifilm X100 was a redefining camera for the point and shoot segment, but sadly, it shipped with many flaws. However, the X100s feels like a camera made by a company that listens to its customers. Not only does the new camera inherit no flaws from...

By The Verge on 80

The X100S (and the X100 that preceded it) looks like it was just lifted out of 1965. (On more than one occasion during my time reviewing it, people noted that it looked like their dad's old camera.) Luckily, they made beautiful cameras back in 1965, and...

By DigitalVersus on 80

The Fuji X100s updates the X100 without going too crazy. Picture quality has taken a giant leap forward, making the X100s a true reference to be reckoned with across all camera categories. However, it hasn't really evolved in other respects. Although the...

By Pocket-lint on 80

The X100S has moments where it represents the pinnacle of high-end compact cameras. But it's not faultless: it does cost a small fortune and is perhaps difficult to justify due to Fujifilm's own X-E1 model, while close-up macro shots at wide aperture...

By reviewed.com on 81

Like most first attempts, the Fujifilm X100 showed plenty of promise, but ultimately fell short in a few key areas. After two years in the lab, Fuji has returned with the X100S, resolving many of the key complaints users had about the X100. Through that...