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Fuji X100S Camera
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The Fuji X100S Camera
The Fuji X100s is the update to the very popular Fuji X100. The X100s features a second-generation 16MP X-Trans APS-C (crop) sensor, allowing the removal of the optical low-pass filter. It still features a fixed 23mm f/2.0 lens, providing a 35mm focal-length equivalent after sensor crop factor. While the X100 suffered from lagging autofocus, the X100s has Fuji’s Intelligent Hybrid AF, which utilizes both contrast and phase-detection methods for much faster performance.
The X100s still uses a 460k dot, high-resolution LCD like the X100, but has a much-improved hybrid optical viewfinder and a 2,360k-dot electronic viewfinder. The camera captures images in both RAW and JPG formats but offers even better native ISO performance than its predecessor, with an ISO range between 200-6400 (expandable to 100-25600). Also improved are the video features, with full HD movie recording at up to 1920×1080 at 60 fps with a 36Mbps bit-rate.The improved 23mm f/2 lens has a six-group/eight-element design with a single double-sided aspherical element to reduce aberrations and improve sharpness, while the Super EBC coatings reduce lens flare and ghosting . It still has the nine-blade aperture, and the built-in 3-stop neutral-density filter was also brought over from the X100. The control layout on the back of the camera has also seen some improvements, with a few buttons gaining new functions for improved ergonomics while shooting.
With the X100s, Fuji took just about all the frustrating flaws and corrected them. Personally, it’s just about perfect to me. Autofocus is great now, image quality is even better, and the control layout is more ergonomic.
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