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...
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.
Summary: I love this camera. The image quality is outstanding - on par with my Nikon DSLRs. This has become my go-to "bring along" camera because it's small and I know it won't let me down in the field. It's not for everyone, a lot of users will miss zoom and it is pricey.
Summary: OK, it's pricey. OK, it's a fixed lens. I shot about 200 pictures around a golf course and duplicated every shot with my Nikon P7100. The P7100 is an awesome camera and the 28-120 effective zoom range is handy, but for this outing I set the Nikon to the same focal length of the Fuji, about 35 mm.
This true is the world's greatest camera! Learn to use its features
13 October 2014
Summary: After using the Fuji x100s for a few months now, I can honestly and 100% agree with Zack Aries. This truely is the world's greatest camera! Learn to use its features, and get used to its layout and controls...and you can do no wrong. Get this camera (or the new X100T). You will never regret it.