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Fujifilm X100S ~ 16MP Digital Camera with 2.8-Inch LCD, Silver

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  • 16 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor
  • FUJINON 23mm f/2 fixed focal Length lens
  • 2.8" (460k) TFT color LCD monitor w/hybrid optical & EVF
  • EXR II processor
  • Die-cast magnesium body construction
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Fujifilm X100T 16 MP Digital Camera (Silver)
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This item will be released on November 30, 2014.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 8 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00ATM1MVA
  • Item model number: 16321066
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,233 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 7, 2013

Product Description

• 16 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor • FUJINON 23mm f/2 fixed focal Length lens • 2.8" (460k) TFT color LCD monitor w/hybrid optical & EVF • EXR II processor • Intelligent Hybrid AF System • Expandable ISO 100-25600 • Film simulation & advanced filters • Die-cast magnesium body construction • Full HD movie 1080P/60fps

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Customer Reviews

If you're coming from a DSLR it takes some getting used to. When you take a picture it feels like a digital camera (which it is), but the images are AMAZING! I am so… Read more ›
It's that good. I ENJOY using it and the image quality is truly amazing... especially when you consider that the thing is so small. Read more ›
It's a great camera, this camera for documentary photography is fantastic, it has very good image quality, I recommend this camera for street photography Read more ›
From portraits, landscapes to street photography its just feels good and images are solid. I've done some cosmetic modifications to the camera, black lens hood and covered… Read more ›
The X100s is a fantastic camera and the image quality is great. I bought mine on ebay because I wasn't going to pay over MSRP on Amazon. Read more ›
I can't recommend this camera enough. The picture quality is amazing and performs really really really well in low light. Read more ›
Now that I travel a lot more internationally, I wanted a camera…This image quality of this camera combined with the clarity and sharpness of the lens is RIDICULOUSLY GOOD. Read more ›
I started with Fuji Xe1 and 35 f1.4. That lens was absolutely outstanding!! My only issue with it is that the approx 50mm (35mm equivalent) was just too long for my indoor… Read more ›
He won many awards, was shot twice, and marched all the way to Berlin, filming the whole way. One lens was good enough for him. And for some of us it still is. Read more ›
Prime lens The lens on this camera is fixed but it is a wonderful fast lens. Read more ›
It is not a bad camera, however it is hugely…Even the lowest end DSLR will beat it in any field and still have the versatily of using the best lenses in the market. Add… Read more ›
Wasn't sure about the fixed lens, but had been going out with a manual 24mm lens on the…The menu structure is logical and most everything is only a button push or two away. Read more ›
menu is quiet easy when you get to know which key doing what .so after 10 minutes , i got familiar with another system i never been used before, as i always been used to a… Read more ›
That has been fixed. In addition the new focus assist features are very cool and work great. Read more ›
Menus are generally intuitive, and the main point is that this camera is a joy to use. It inspires me to shoot more. Read more ›
Fuji has made it even easier by eliminating a lot of the less useful functions added to modern cameras in favor of a simpler menu that offers the options a photographer is… Read more ›
After about two months, I like the weight and the UI is fine when using the controls but not so much fun when using functions you have to go to the buttons for. The AF is… Read more ›
In good light, the auto focus is quick, very quick - just shy of lightning quick. The x100 doesn't even come close to the S in terms of auto focus. Read more ›
Great camera, auto focus is a bit shady sometimes and hard to judge in camera if it's accurate but when it's on the image is great Read more ›
This camera has become my daily shooter. My DSLR is now more of a specialty camera - for sports (fast autofocus) and scenes that require different focal length. Read more ›
I…With this setting, if I don't have time to actually focus, the hyperfocal distance involved in this setting provides assurance that my "feature creature" is in sharp focus. Read more ›
Under the hood the X100s is a…Lightning fast autofocus and very responsive manual focus now compliment the exceptional lens and image quality that is Fuji's secret sauce. Read more ›
Honestly it is truly beautiful. I am still learning how to use it, but I am very happy with the focusing system so far. Sure it back focuses some times but so do all my… Read more ›
It is truly a fun camera to use. Needed some tweaks to make it feel at home in my hand. Read more ›
Minor problem. I find it easier to use than the XS-1 because it has fewer automated options to get wrong. All in all, it's the unsurpassed image quality that continually… Read more ›
It's just so easy to use this camera to capture that street "look." If those are your style of pictures (for me yes, 99% of my people photos are street… Read more ›
Have had the X100s for a few months now... Image quality is very good and the camera is enjoyable to use. That being said, my X100s has been treated extremely gently, the… Read more ›
This camera is easier to carry around than my DSLR and it takes great pictures. It is easy to use and the results are fantastic. So far I haven't missed having a zoom lens. Read more ›
All of the significant problems of the x100 have been solved with…A beautiful camera to use which produces wonderful shots and is easy to use without the weight of a DSLR. Read more ›
the Lens on this camera is fast, sharp, i love the Aperture dial on it. The hybrid viewfinder is amazing, i remember telling myself WOW when i put my eye up to it. If you… Read more ›
Although I wouldn't consider it very portable or…The viewfinder is bright and easy to use, controls and menu options are intuitive, and the camera locks focus very quickly. Read more ›
The Electronic View Finder is sharp but it doesn't show a histogram, which to me is a thing I would like to have so I can easily switch the EV setting while framing and… Read more ›
Also, the hybrid viewfinder is the best thing since sliced bread, and the high ISO performance on this camera has to be seen to be believed. In a word: phenomenal! Read more ›
4) The optical viewfinder overlay is awesome, but the lens barrel intrudes on the view (none of the reviews mentioned this), and there is the natural distortion that comes… Read more ›
This Fuji has a…I absolutely love this viewfinder, which is bright and also gives me all the information I could want... like a jet pilot with an electronic screen. Ove… Read more ›
The size is perfect for me for many situations -- small and light enough to not feel heavy or burdensome or intimidate people, but large enough that I can get a good grip… Read more ›
I picked this up for a walk around camera so I didn't have to lug around my DSLR while out and about. It's amazing for the size and price. It goes perfectly with the Leica… Read more ›
Purchased this camera to use on a vacation to New Orleans and Corpus Christi so I wouldn't have to carry a full size DSLR and lens, plus all the other goodies that I would… Read more ›
The Fuji X100S is just about perfect. Great lens, perfect size, + flawless photos. Can't recommend it enough. Read more ›
buy the x100s for the sharpness and the compact size. if your use requires faster af speed, stick with a dslr. Read more ›
From 2.8 on, the lens seems perfectly acceptable to me for large prints, and distortion seems to be minimal…Such a nice size/weight, and handling/ergonomics are so good! Read more ›
This is a great camera and I'd recommend it to anyone. This size and weight is perfect, the lens is sharp and the sensor is excellent producing great image quality. The… Read more ›
Perhaps the eye sensor is not functioning or I am doing something wrong... or if there is a button to make the switch between screens and turn the eye sensor off that I… Read more ›
These last 2 issues have been addressed with the X100S and it's made it a much more enjoyable camera to use. The X-Tran sensor is sharp and RAW conversion in LR 4.4 is fine. O… Read more ›
Although the X100s is an APS-C sensor, it's ISO performance is equivalent to that of a full sensor DSLR. I can confirm that after extensive comparison that did of both… Read more ›
All in all, a good design in terms of knobs and controls; a great sensor; old school aestectics in terms of its look and if you can deal with the short comings of its AF… Read more ›
The X100S boasts a completely different sensor system that by all accounts is a significant step up from the X100's already excellent sensor that produces outstanding images. Read more ›
Film Simulation (Astia and B&W's are especially amazing. Fuji color is greatness!) Cost (Believe it or not, I would have rather spent all this scratch on the X100S and… Read more ›
And now, 12 years later I think the Oly performed better. It had a super bright super sharp f/1.8 lens, focused fast, rendered true colors. Batteries lasted a long time. Read more ›
Just playing around with the camera in the last…The images captured by the X100S have an amazing sense of color saturation and depth; my daughter said they almost look 3-D. Read more ›
The x100s still takes amazing, crystal clear, shots with amazingly vibrant colors (though the colors are slightly different than the x100) and still gives you that classic… Read more ›
easy to use and logical controls. great color. great out of camera pics without need to retouch. Read more ›
Build quality, look and feel - 9 (only gripes: strap feels cheap, lens cap falls off easily) Picture quality (sharpness, noise, color rendition etc) JPEG - 9.5 Read more ›
This camera is by no means a typical point and shoot that fits in a pocket, but it is smaller than a DSLR. Build quality is incredibly good, feeling solid. The external… Read more ›
The reason I dinged the camera and only gave it 4 stars is that while the build quality is good it is not great. 90% of the camera is built well, but there are some weak… Read more ›
Yes, the IQ is amazing. Yes, the build quality is stunning. Yes, the size and weight is very "portable". Read more ›
When I got my x100 I was immediately amazed, the pictures I could make were art, the build quality was awesome, and overall I was in love. And like love there were so many… Read more ›
The image detail,…Add to that professional construction and the best, most usable, button layout I have ever seen on a digital camera and you have a near perfect camera. Read more ›
For starters, it's slim, not bulky in…Which is not to say that it's flimsy, it has a good solid build to it that you won't have to worry about how it's going to hold up. Read more ›
This camera has taught me to become a much better shooter. The low light performance is simply amazing. The craftsmanship is top-notch. Read more ›
* To my surprise the JPG's are very usable, I haven't tried RAW yet. * Also to my surprise the ISO performance is spectacular. You can shoot about 1-Stop higher than a 5D… Read more ›
The incredible performance of this camera caused me to replace my 1-D with another, newer camera (similar capabilities), since the accomplishments of technology is really… Read more ›
This has kept me using DSLR's as those are the only digital options with real instant on capability. The X100s was touted as having much faster performance. Yes, sort of. Read more ›
I'm a full time commercial performance photographer who specializes in theatrical, symphonic and dance photography, both for production as well as publicity. I have waited… Read more ›
- Stereo mic - Fast camera performance. - Small size, fits in most of my pockets Read more ›
This camera works beautifully for macro…Built in flash is very useful, and should hopefully be made more powerful in future models, and with more control on flash power! Read more ›
Having a prime lens is a big plus. The sync flash is great. I love the size. Read more ›
ND Filter/ Flash combo is great to use! Read more ›
Th…There's also a built in flash, which benefits from an extremely fast flash sync (if you don't know how this helps, worry not, as it's capabilities make your life easier). Read more ›
- Great optics and low-light performance - Excellent fill flash performance - Produces beautiful people pics Read more ›
4). When I do use the flash I find that it balances the light very well - not overly bright and washed out like most flashes. 5). Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

488 of 492 people found the following review helpful By Mark Kitaoka on May 31, 2013
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I'm a full time commercial performance photographer who specializes in theatrical, symphonic and dance photography, both for production as well as publicity. I have waited to review the X100S I purchased from Amazon and received on March 28 2013 simply because I wanted to take some time to use the camera before writing a review.

I had purchased an X100 just before the S model was announced and found the image quality to be remarkable. Because I was late to the game in purchasing the X100 many of the 'quirks' others complained about I did not experience due to the numerous firmware updates Fuji had released since the camera's inception. Because the X100S had features that could not be fixed through a firmware update such as the Q button and moving the focus point selector from the left to the right I opted to sell my X100 and preordered the S model. I will say that I sorely missed having an X100 or S model during my two month wait.

I have experimented with the X100S over the past two months using it in both personal and commercial work. Yes I said commercial work. There are several features I find quite remarkable on this camera regardless of a camera in any price range:

1. The sharpness of the images due in part to the elimination of the optical low pass filter
2. The noise performance of the camera
3. Having an (almost) unlimited flash sync speed due to its leaf shutter
4. Built in 3 stop ND filter
5. An almost completely silent shutter (again due to its leaf shutter)

What I would like to see improved:
1. A bit more resistance to the on/off switch
2. Allowing the user to customize the Q menu to allow for ALL camera operating choices
3.
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309 of 317 people found the following review helpful By Tsur on April 1, 2013
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You can look at my Amazon review for the x100 and see how desperately I wanted to love the camera. I gave it three stars, for all the wonderful things it could do, but I was let down by its slow auto focus and abysmal manual focus.

But I kept it and used it for almost two years and got some fantastic images despite the quirks. FYI, "quirks" are what you call flaws in most cameras, but because of the stellar image quality of the x100 you call them quirks to be forgiving. Though I learned to live with the x100, I eagerly awaited what I thought would be the x200. Instead Fuji delivered the x100s and it really is all that I hoped for. Every major flaw that kept me from loving the x100 have been addressed. In short, the camera is fantastic.

The image quality is superb. The colors are slightly different but not any better or worse. I appreciate the extra megapixels, but I'm not wowed by them. Though I am very appreciative that the extra resolution didn't introduce any extra noise. In fact, I think the S is better with noise than the original model - high praise.

In good light, the auto focus is quick, very quick - just shy of lightning quick. The x100 doesn't even come close to the S in terms of auto focus. In low light, the AF is good. Not great, but solid and definitely very usable.

The manual focus is infinitely better than the x100. The original camera's manual focus was so bad that I simply never used it. It was a huge oversight on Fuji's part. The new focus ring isn't a mechanical connection, but the feel of it is so much better than the original. But more than that, I really appreciate the split focusing. I find it incredibly useful. It also offers focus peaking, but I don't find it as useful.

The EVF is amazing.
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192 of 206 people found the following review helpful By rsbagga on April 3, 2013
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Got this camera a few days ago after preordering it several weeks back. Let me be clear; I am still learning this thing, but these are my initial impressions.

There are very few, so let me first discuss the few "cons":

1) Obviously, it isn't cheap. Took lots of thinking before I bit the bullet on this one.
2) It isn't really a "compact" camera - its way smaller than my massive dSLR with grip, flash, and lenses, but it's not pocketable - especially not with a hood on (sold separately).
3) Quirky at times - it is generally easy to go through menus, etc, but it takes some training and time before you figure it out. For example, I got frustrated for 10 minutes trying to switch back to the optical viewfinder from electronic before realizing the optical with overlay doesn't work in Macro mode.
4) The optical viewfinder overlay is awesome, but the lens barrel intrudes on the view (none of the reviews mentioned this), and there is the natural distortion that comes from using this type of optical viewfinder.
5) The strap it comes with isn't great - it isn't long enough to comfortably go around your neck and shoulder

Now that thats out of the way, the pros.

1) Beautiful images. Great pictures of things, but honestly the camera shines for its photography of people. Skin tones, etc. are all stunning. The grain pattern is beautiful and truly "film-like".
2) Lens. I was worried about a 35mm fixed lens. But the lens is the perfect focal length and is sharp throughout. I read cnet's review after i'd already used the camera, tried recreating their qualms at f/2.0, and couldn't. Frankly I don't know what they're talking about. Mine is super sharp.
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