Excerpt: She is a beauty. Made me mothball my heavy canon kit and walk around the street without a hassle. The raw converters (adobe) has caught up with the others in getting the right colours and definition. But if you shoot jpegs, then out of the camera jpegs are brilliant.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good in Low Light
Excerpt: Bought to supplement my large FX Nikon DSLR, which is too big and heavy to always have with me. The X100S (now replaced by the X100T) has essentially all of the functionality and controls as my D800, and produces images that are as sharp as any of my Nikon FX lenses.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I have owned my X100s for about a year. I purchased it after reading many stellar reviews. The one that made me buy it was a statement from Zack Arias that if his studio was burnt he would save his X100 (no S then) I have owned cameras and taken pictures since I was ten years old, but for the most...
Excerpt: The Fuji X100S is an absolutely delightful camera to use. Photos at ISO as high as 6400 are amazing, amazing, amazing! Even with "only" 16mp, pictures are very clear. I saw a demo with a professional photographer where the conclusion was that the final photos were almost indistinguishable from those...
Summary: I owned the original X100 and loved that camera, then along came Sony with the RX1 and, at the time, I felt like I really wanted a full frame fixed-lens camera. I sold the X100 and waited for a chance to get an RX1.
Summary: Awesome. This thing is just awesome. It is a quirky camera that is for sure, but if you have never used a rangefinder camera before it does take a bit to get used to it. The optical/electronic viewfinder is amazing. The amount of information that is in viewfinder is outstanding.