Best in class images.
Best in class viewfinder.
Great stabilization system.
Manual zoom and focus rings.
Sensor issues with specular highlights.
Autofocus won’t rival a DSLR.
On/off issue on occasion.
It's rather expensive
By Steves Digicams on November 13, 2012
If you miss the days of the old 35mm SLR film cameras, you're not alone. They were bulky, you had to set up a lot of the features by hand, but they still were a lot of fun to use. There's just something about having a sturdily built camera in...-
By PC Mag on October 05, 2012
The Fujifilm X-S1 is as big and as expensive as an SLR, but packs an amazing 26x zoom lens and excels at low-light...80
By Buy-n-Shoot on May 23, 2012
It really excites me to see that traditional camera bodies are coming back into the marketplace and at affordable prices. Whilst the X Pro 1 is more expensive than other options it is certainly not overpriced when you consider the sensor, image...80
By Photo Answers on April 18, 2012
The Fujifilm X-S1 is a very clear indication of the direction in which Fuji is taking its camera construction. We put the latest X-series bridge camera to the test, to see if it really is a worthy adversary to the mighty DSLR. At a glance 12MP EXR...80
By Expert Reviews on April 08, 2012
A few small niggles, but this ultra-zoom camera triumphs in all the areas that really matter...100
By Digital Photography School on April 01, 2012
I nearly missed this one. It was only while previewing the glamourous new Fujifilm X-Pro1 that this fixed lens sibling showed its presence. And it was well worth the effort to suss out its talents.I have to admit to a partiality to maxi zoom cameras...-
By CNET UK on March 26, 2012
The Fujifilm X-S1 put in a first-class performance throughout our tests, in all shooting conditions. It's a great camera and a realistic, versatile alternative to a dSLR. Well thought-out controls and great build quality mean we can highly recommend...100
By T3 Magazine on March 01, 2012
Fujifilm is producing some of the best super zooms and premium end compacts around just now. This may just have something to do with the fact that, unlike Canon and Nikon, it doesn’t have any DSLRs of its own. However, while the build quality of...80
By DigitalVersus on February 21, 2012
With its manual zoom, good-quality EVF, sturdy build, good responsiveness and top-end picture quality, the Fujifilm X-S1 is one of the most attractive bridge cameras out there at the moment. Image quality at mid-zoom settings is the only slightly...100
By ePHOTOzine on February 16, 2012
At around £600, the X-S1 is going to be quite an investment for the average person, so is it worth the money? Its features make it an extremely ideal option for someone wanting more than they get from a compact camera, but aren't interested in...90