Sunday, January 6, 2013

Fujifilm X100S

The X100 is the camera that essentially kept Fujifilm relevant, and became the go-to camera for the hipster set . However, its original iteration had a couple things that were the ire of the users, the mains being a inaccurate autofocus and an insanely slow start-up time. Fujifilm, knowing they had a good thing going and not wanting to look a gift horse in the mouth, listened to their customers and have improved nearly everything. From that afore mentioned painfully slow start-up time, to one that is less than a second. Other features if you're the stats type: shutter lag of 0.01 seconds, autofocus of 0.08 seconds, a hyper-accurate manual focus featuring a "Digital Split Image," a 6 fps burst mode, and 60/30fps HD video. No word on pricing or drop date, but we figure it'll be soon, and be nearly identically priced to the previous model. We'll keep you posted.

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