Fujifilm FinePix X100S Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black
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Fujifilm FinePix X100S Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black - Expert Reviews
Fujifilm, successfully chosen as one of the top 100 companies in the world, loads into all its devices tonnes of specifications be it of any range, you simply will not find quite as many specifications in any other device than in a Fujifilm product. Building on to that very reputation, let us introduce you to the successor of Fujifilm FinePix X100, the Fujifilm FinePix X100S. It is simply a new compact device but still differs completely from any normal day-to-day compact and is a stand out featuring a retro design that bears a shocking resemblance to the Leica M series of Fujifilm, it is old and new mixed and grated to get a superb outcome. The device brings in the very traditional system that brings back the old days to use, and assembles with them some amazing cutting edge features. Now, the very heart of the camera, the sensor in this case is the 16.3megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor that works more than just good with the optical low pass filter having been removed. There is the same 23mm wide angled fixed focal length F/2 lens and Hybrid viewfinder as the one attached on the original Fujifilm X100. This hybrid viewfinder, as the name suggests, is a mixture of two viewfinders, the optical and electronic viewfinders, the optical one being very similar to the ones you can see in range finder type cameras but just kept on bundling with vital information for the shooting prospective.
Then there are other new features offered on Fujifilm FinePix X100S, which bring together an inevitably fast hybrid AF system with an in-built Phase Detection pixel system, also regarded as the world’s very first “Digital Split Image” feature and is made precisely for manual focussing techniques. Then we have a very new EXR Processor II, which works brilliantly to bring in very fast response time. Fujifilm FinePix X100S has a variety of other features that have been a part of the film in the past, these range from the very quiet leaf shutter, the ring circled around the lens so as to set the aperture, the dials for monitoring shutter speeds and exposure compensation right down to the range of film’s stimulation effects coupled alongside a finish, which is highly leather like. When you look at the device for the first time, it looks almost identical like Fujifilm X100S but trust us, it has so many improvements over its predecessor, particularly when you talk about the operational speed of the camera, it definitely seems like you are operating with an entirely new camera. We were actually very tempted as to what X100S would offer and whether or not, it could actually attract X100 owners to upgrade, but once you use this camera for quite some time, you simply cannot resist the thought of upgrading your camera.
The added alphabet in the name ‘S’ actually really does stand for Speed and is nothing really fancy and hence, makes Panasonic X100S a much more all-rounder sort of a product than its predecessor. Now, Fujifilm FinePix X100S begins to offer a really jaw dropping device that comes with a mix of intuitive handling, unmistakable image quality, a very innovative viewfinder and quick performer. The device actually is still much of an alcove type product by its very nature, look at it this way – it has a retro styled body, a 35mm fixed lens, and limits itself to street photography and hence, the audience will also be limited for the product alongside the rather high price tag. But then Fujifilm has suppressed actually all the critics of its predecessor with the launch of this model at almost the same rate. So, keep this in mind if at that time, you were actually leaning towards Fujifilm X100 but changed your mind as a result of the widespread reports that it contains rather slow autofocus and processing times, Fujifilm FinePix X100S is here to totally redress the balance of your device. Do not take this the wrong way, Fujifilm has not just simply taken X100, and turned it into a faster version of itself, but there are indeed some additional features that are a real treat to use. There is the Digital Split Image and Focus peaking options like the manual focusing options, these make manual focusing an asset rather than a chore, the EVF is also very much improved in terms of resolution, and the Q button on the camera makes accessing the camera very much easier than before.
Design and Build Quality
Fujifilm FinePix X100S is to put in simple words, a amazingly well built camera and has, well simply no mobility in its skeleton whatsoever, is really hard and street product thanks to the die-cast magnesium alloy top and base plates, and the machine control dials attached with it. Also, it is a lot lighter than the first look at the camera might suggests, for magnesium bodied retro product it weighs quite reasonable at 445grams when fitted alongside a battery and a memory card. The device measures 126.5mm x 74.4mm x 53.9mm, that been said, it is rather taller than its closest river, the Leica X1, and although there is no in built viewfinder as Panasonic GF2 and Sony NEX-5 with comparable pancake lens fitted have, we would any day pick this over the other simply because it works better in real situations. There still are some plastic controls on X100S, most notable ones are the memory card/ battery compartment door, and the rear end control wheel, both of them would not look or feel out of place when put on a cheap compact camera, but keeping that aside, Fujifilm FinePix X100S really offers the best build quality that any camera can dream to offer.
Focus and Face Detection
Despite having a fixed focus lens, Fujifilm X100S still manages to offer a proud focusing distance of 10cm and hence, the macro shooting is definitely not something just out of the question. There is a little twist in the tale though; the normal focusing range now changes from 50cm to infinity, a definite improvement from X100’s 80cm focusing distance. But then, if you need a much closer look at your subject than that and still be able to auto-focus, you still have to go through with the Macro mode, but this prohibits the use of the dedicated Optical viewfinder and will rely on the electric one. Then, all you have to do is turn the macro mode off and return to your normal focusing beyond 2m. A lot of steps right?! But it is not the steps that you have to undergo that are problematic but the 50cm distance itself, and within this you will often find yourself on the edge when picking up on a candid shot, particularly when you are trying to make up for the 35mm angle of view.
Lens and Image Stabilization
We accept that we have praised this device a lot to be true but that really does not mean that everyone should just leave their homes and rush out to buy this highly anticipated device. Despite its high popularity amongst the enthusiasts, Fujifilm X100S is still pretty much a very modest product, with its non-interchangeable fixed focal length lens, a large body, and the manual way of shooting requires quite a bit of experience on the part of the user. It will mostly appeal to the street photographer as it has a 35mm equivalent of a 23mm lens. Also, there is an oversized optical viewfinder which shows the subject before it actually moves into the frame, and the various dials on the plate make it look very easy to control this camera when it is held up to your eye.
Screen and Menus
One real drawback in the device is the LCD, which is quite small at 2.8inches but then, it is provided at high resolution at 460,000pixels to match the rest of the high specifications of the camera. What we find out while using this screen much less than on a DSLR, because of the ability to use the menu system and reviewing the images via the help of an EVF is that, you can actually turn off the CLD altogether and it will extend the battery life further.
Fujifilm FinePix X100 runs on Li-Ion batteries and draws out its entire power from it which is listed to be 300 under CIPA conditions.
Fujifilm FinePix X100S has the ability to record full HD 1080p at 60fps (a dream come true) or at 30fps in stereo sound, with the option for turning on this mode buried right at the bottom of the drive menu. It is only fair to say that the movie mode is highly advanced wherein, you can set the aperture and shutter speed right before the recording, but never during the time of the recording. Also, you can set the Film Simulation mode, so that there is the possibility of Black and White footage.
The heart of any camera is the sensor, and it is one of the highlighted features in the case of Fujifilm X100S that has a 16.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a size that is more commonly used up by quite the majority of DSLR users than any average compact device. Our reviewed camera proudly joins the very few cameras that use an APS-C sensor, which is almost 10x bigger than CCD and CMOS, the ones you find in modern day compacts. This sensor promises to deliver DSLR type image quality if not better, and seriously, we were just awestruck by the clarity of photos it took. We will not simply recommend this device to you, we will just say, try this device for yourself.
* Heavy, Solid Feel * Unique Rangefinder body style * Designed for users with manual camera knowledge * High Quality Fixed lens * Outstanding overall image quality * Robust shooting performance * Hybrid Viewfinder is useful and a pleasure to use * LCD is an excellent shooting and viewing option * Excellent quality HD videos at 1080p at 60fps * Impressive high ISO performance from ISO 100 up to 12,800 * HDMI output
* Some controls are difficult to use / manipulate * Exposure Compensation dial is too easily turned when bumped or touched * Fixed lens limits framing versatility * Very expensive * No audio input for external mic
Fujifilm FinePix X100S Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black - User Reviews
In The Box Li-ion Battery NP-95, Battery Charger BC-65N, Shoulder Strap, USB Cable, CD-ROM, Owner's Manual
Additional Features 0.48 inch Electronic Viewfinder, 0.5x Magnifications, 000 dots Color LCD Viewfinder, 1 EV, 1 EV, 100% Coverage of Viewing Area, 15 mm Eye-point, 2/3 EV, 2/3 EV, 200%, 236, 400%, 50 cm Focus Distance, 90% Coverage of Frame), AE Bracketing: 1/3 EV, AF Assist Illuminator, AF Frame Selection (Area / Multi)), Aperture Priority AE, Color Temperature Selection, Continuous AF / MF, Dynamic Range Bracketing: 100%, Exposure Compensation: -2.0 EV - +2.0 EV in increments of 1/3 EV, Exposure Mode (Programmed AE, Film Simulation Bracketing: 3 Type of Film Simulation Selectable, Focus Mode (Single AF, Hot Shoe (Dedicated TTL Flash Compatible), ISO Sensitivity Bracketing: 1/3 EV, Lens Construction: 8 Elements in 6 Groups (1 Aspherical Glass Molded Lens Included), Manual Exposure), Optical Viewfinder (Reverse Galilean Viewfinder with Electronic Bright Frame Display, Shutter Priority AE, Type (Intelligent Hybrid AF: TTL Phase Detection AF, Viewfinder (Hybrid Viewfinder)