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FujifilmX100S Digital Camera (Black)
 
4.6

(based on 177 reviews)

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98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Compact (100)
  • Great resolution (100)
  • Good in low light (88)
  • Easy to use (67)
  • Fast shutter speed (49)

Cons

  • Short battery life (58)
  • Lag / shutter delay (12)
  • Complicated controls (11)
  • Limited zoom (6)
  • Poor in low light (4)

Best Uses

  • Travel (112)
  • Low light (81)
  • Family photos (79)
  • Weddings (38)
  • Macro photography (29)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Photo enthusiast (59), Semi-pro photographer (33), Pro photographer (29), Casual photographer (8)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (151), Yes (10)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

It's not hype.

I bought the X100s after reading, I believe, every review, watching every video, and fantasizing about it for months. Finally, I pulled the trigger, wondering all along if I was simply...Read complete review

I bought the X100s after reading, I believe, every review, watching every video, and fantasizing about it for months. Finally, I pulled the trigger, wondering all along if I was simply buying into a lot of hype.

I wasn't.

This camera performs as billed. I'm amazed at the clarity of the photographs I'm taking. The autofocus, which some still question, is just not an issue. And manual focus is a joy. People seem to almost pop off their backgrounds when the aperture is set at its widest. They have a beautiful dimension to them. And the colors...they are so true to life. Skin tones are marvelous.

The ergonomics of the X100s are wonderful, as well. Things are easy to get to, shortcuts abound, and the whole user experience is intuitive. It's a pleasure to shoot with.

It has a few limitations, such as shooting wide open at high shutter speeds, but the built-in ND filter helps with that. And when I think about it, every camera has SOME limitations. It's all about trade-offs. And this camera has far more pluses than minuses. In fact, it's hard to really think of any other negatives.

I currently own two other cameras. I have the Canon 60D along with three prime lenses: 28, 50 and 85. I am happy with it, but like many others, I don't always want to lug all of that around. And I am very attracted to the idea of a simple, fixed-lens solution. I've also found that the quality of the 23 mm lens on the X100s is superior to my Canon lenses. And the X100s seems to perform better at higher ISOs.

The real factor complicating my purchase was the Sony Nex-7 I also own. It was a gift, and I've never been thrilled with it. It does take beautiful pictures, but the user experience is quite different. For me, a lifelong Mac guy, it just seemed very PC. I never got comfortable with it. Having a small mirrorless camera already made buying the X100s a real question for me.

But I did it anyway. And I don't regret it one bit. It just functions more intuitively than the Nex-7. And, let's be honest, it looks a lot cooler.

If you're on the fence about adding an X100s to your camera collection, I recommend going for it. This camera is destined to be a classic.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Didn't check my boxes

In summary, I sent the X100s back after a few weeks. I felt sad. I really wanted to like this camera, but we just didn't bond.

Let me first begin...Read complete review

In summary, I sent the X100s back after a few weeks. I felt sad. I really wanted to like this camera, but we just didn't bond.

Let me first begin by pointing out three things about the context of the test this camera took: 1) I shoot mostly medium and large format film, so that kind of pegs the standard against which I personally compare image quality 2) This camera was intended as a second quick shooter I could use on family shots and just generally to have around for fast moving situations, or when I don't want to lug around my other cameras. 3) The ability to quickly take snippets of video was also very important.

I read essentially every review I could find of this camera and went in with a high degree of anticipation. But I also recognized that video, though improved, might still be a weak point.

I am going to focus on some of the negatives in my write-up, as I haven't seen these discussed as much. Overall, it's a decent camera with limitations others may have no problem with. For me it just didn't fit the role I had in mind as well as I hoped.

My very first experiences with the camera were emblematic of what I ultimately decided were show-stoppers for a camera at this price point. I am a big fan of prime lenses, and love the advantages of being able to shoot at wide apertures. Foot zoom is fun! I was a little shocked, though, at the bizarre ghosting and other artifacts that I saw in both jpg and raw files from shots taken with the X100s wide open: essentially unusable. OK, so I eventually figured out that in certain conditions wide open was not a big issue, and in others it just looked almost Holga-like. Hmm. So, not really an f2 lens, it just happens to open up that far. A limitation that could be worked around, but strikes me as odd if the selling point of a camera like this is you get a fast prime as part of the deal.

The autofocus sometimes also mysteriously got totally lost. I mean, really lost. Point the center-focus square at a cherry blossom, depress shutter halfway, watch it give me a focus confirmation, then notice it focused on stuff behind the blossom that was not in the focus box. Try again. No. Try again, oh I think that got it. Release shutter. Good thing cherry blossoms can't run away. Then there was an interior shot, a low-ish light portrait of my son, who sat patiently still while the camera repeatedly told me he was in focus (again, his eyes were right in the focus confirmation window), while in fact it was clearly focused on the wall around and behind him. It was almost as if the focus window was telling me exactly what it would not be attempting to get in focus. Weird. It just meant that I frequently found myself questioning whether I was actually getting focus on the right thing. My trust in the AF having been somewhat shattered, I found myself often switching to manual to work around it.

The manual focus features are cool - the electronic rangefinder is particularly nifty and something I would probably use frequently if I held on to the camera. Being spoiled by the 2.25x2.25 inch viewfinders on my TLRs meant, however, that it still seemed a little alien and difficult to nail focus in all situations. I'm sure practice would overcome that.

Lightroom 4 made a hash of the raw files, at least using default processing or with my tweaking to sharpening and nr settings. The colors looked over-cooked, and the details were smeared. As many have commented, the jpgs are really quite good. They showed better color and better resolution and detail than the processed RAWs. If shooting just out-of-camera jpg serves your ends, then this will not be an issue. I suspect I could have done better with the RAW processing if I spent time with it, but it was just another area where I felt like I was going to have to make investments of time that were not really the goal here.

The many comments out there about the image quality from this camera had me prepared to chuck these issues in the back seat once I got to review the files in detail. This is where my context is important to understand. Forget comparisons with MF film. The X100s certainly does not compete with that. Its files still looked very digital to me compared to my film scans– fragile highlights, weird artifacts in high frequency detail areas, lower resolution etc. The usual digital stuff. OK – so it's not like X-trans is that kind of revolution. Fine, I don't need it to be, that's why I shoot film. My other digital camera is a seven year old canon Rebel XT. The X100s did beat that in overall resolution and noise – especially at low light levels where the progress in sensor design is clearly visible. But, it didn't beat it as badly as I hoped and expected. My 8 mpix Rebel XT with Canon's decent 35mm EF (not the L) prime mounted on it produces nicely sharp files – and does not periodically render a bizarre mess at f 2.0. And it is a compact package that is frankly not that much larger than the X100s, and it focuses MUCH more reliably. Hmm. But, the Rebel is still bigger than I would like to just carry around, and it doesn't do video.

So, I tried the video. Not that bad at all. Some of it came out downright pretty. The lack of a dedicated video button is a bigger problem than I expected, however. Having to fish around to get video going when the kids were having a "moment" often meant capturing a lot of "after moments." Alas.

So, decision time came and it went back. I was sad about that because I truly like the range-finderness of the X100s, but it just didn't check the right boxes for my purposes. It wasn't good enough to compete with my film cameras (wasn't my goal anyway), and it wasn't convenient enough to be the "family" cam (which was my goal). The X100s is pocketable in the geek sense, but doesn't bear comparison with a point and shoot like the Sony RX100, which is a marvel of pocketableness. I ultimately found the Sony RX100 to be a better fit as the digital complement to my film arsenal.

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5.0

Street shooting perfected

By Randmvision

from Las Vegas

Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

Honestly I can say this camera made me love shooting again , I have 2 dslr bodies and they tend to be very bulky, even with my black rapid strap it's just a lot to carry when you want to take photos for yourself , so switching from the weight and bulk of a 5d to this made want to bring my camera everywhere ! A week after I got it in the mail , I teavlled home to finish a move I brought along the camera and ended up booking a family shoot and having to use this camera. There were some limitations but overall the camera performed bueautifully and the clients loved the photos , awesome choice I can't say that I might not replace my dslr someday . For now I love my 5d for studio and this for me .

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5.0

Dream camera

By Frank Mercurio

from Brisbane, Australia

Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

I held out as when the X100 came out although it initially reviewed well they appear to have upped the ante on the s version. I have no complaints except for my nose smudge marks on the back screen. I use the viewfinder 100% and love composing through it. If an iPhone were a camera and not a phone, an X100s is what it would dream to be. I absolutely love the color, the sharpness of the lens, the interface is great. The viewfinder is a wonderland! Wysiwyg. Love the results! Best digital cam I have ever owned.

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5.0

Recommended <3

By Amelia

from Jakarta, Indonesia

About Me Photo Enthusiast

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Good Battery Life
  • Good in Low Light
  • Great Resolution
  • Small / Compact

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Sports/Action
    • Travel
    • Wildlife photos

    Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

    I've been taking this camera while i'm traveling and i love it! It has a nice quality and it's really cute vintage looking camera, even though it's quite expensive but i think it's worth it since it has a fixed lens so we don't have to buy any other lens. :)

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    • No

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    4.0

    I love this camera!

    By Passepartout

    from Montreal QC

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

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    Pros

    • Good in Low Light
    • Great Resolution

    Cons

    • Complicated Controls

    Best Uses

    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Macro Photography
    • Travel

    Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Black):

    I have used various digital cameras over the years (mainly Sony Cybershots & Canon S90) but finally wanted to move up to the next level. I spent a lot of time reading reviews of (mainly) the Sony R100X and this one, and pondered about the Leica T (in previews). I finally went to the NYC B&H store and the Fuji chap convinced me (though the Sony was tempting). It's an entirely new experience of course than the point-and-shoots (with zooms) but suffice to say I took a dozen better photos in the first week after purchase than in the previous 5 years. Astonishing resolution. The viewfinder is superb, and so refreshing after staring at little LED screens for so long. It is a bit hefty of course and I am always travelling, but it just fits in a jacket pocket. Highly recommended! (The one caveat is that the menu is not so intuitive, but that's partly a reflection of its functionality.)

    I was thrilled to read of the telephoto converter lens, which I just ordered. Great stuff!

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    5.0

    The X100 S

    By doc

    from Tijuana, Baja California

    About Me Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Fast Shutter Speed
    • Good in Low Light
    • Great Resolution
    • Large Clear LCD
    • Small / Compact

    Cons

    • Short Battery Life

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Macro Photography
    • Travel

    Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Black):

    I am a travel/landscape photographer and need a light and critically sharp camera. I have used an X100 for 2 years and just upgraded to the X100S. Superb camera with most of the quirks of the X-100 corrected. Beautifully, made and well done by Fujifilm.

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    5.0

    Great Little Camera

    By TDiGuy

    from America's Home Town

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

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    Pros

    • Good in Low Light
    • Great Resolution
    • Small / Compact

    Cons

    • Short Battery Life

    Best Uses

    • Travel

    Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

    Still getting used to the camera but the jpeg images are great, working with RAW images for the first time with this camera and the look very good too.

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    • No

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    5.0

    But it, you won't be disappointed

    By Lumar

    from Indianapolis, IN

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Good in Low Light
    • Great Resolution
    • Large Clear LCD
    • Small / Compact

    Cons

    • Short Battery Life

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Travel

    Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

    If you can live with no lens options then this is the best camera you'll ever own. Well, at least for the size and functionality, it's the best camera on the market. Great optics and this shoots the best jpegs I've ever seen. You can shoot in jpeg mode exclusively and be more than satisfied with the results.

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    5.0

    love it!

    By mc

    from buffalo

    About Me Pro Photographer

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    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Fast Shutter Speed
    • Good in Low Light
    • Great Resolution
    • Large Clear LCD
    • Small / Compact

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Travel
      • Weddings/Events

      Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

      small, quick, great image quality

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      • No

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      5.0

      Great little camera!

      By EOS2You

      from Virginia

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good in Low Light
      • Great Resolution
      • Silent Mode
      • Small / Compact
      • Vintage look

      Cons

      • Short Battery Life

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Travel
      • Weddings/Events

      Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

      I wanted a smaller camera than my Canon 5d and 7d for those times the large camera wasn't appropriate or would be out of place. This camera is perfect. Besides the vintage look, which I love, it takes great pictures. At f/2, it's fast, nearly inhaling light in dim circumstances. The controls may take a little getting accustomed to, but they're not difficult to understand, and after only a little practice, become intuitive. I love the EV dial right out where you can get to it, and the fn button that can be programmed for whatever you need.It takes great outdoor pictures that are very sharp, more so than any camera I've ever owned, and I have some very good lenses. I have not missed the ability to zoom; I can crop if necessary. I do recommend that you purchase at least two more batteries, especially if you plan to be out for any length of time using this camera.

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      5.0

      EXCELLENT picture quality

      By BH516

      from New Windsor, NY

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

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      Pros

      • Fast Shutter Speed
      • Great Resolution
      • Small / Compact

      Cons

      • Short Battery Life

      Best Uses

      • Travel

      Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

      This is my point and shoot, to compliment my D800. The autofocus is not as fast when compared to a dSLR. So don't compare it! It's a totally different animal!Image quality is superb! There are many reviews on the internet about this camera, and they're all positive.The camera is classy. I bought the silver body because I wanted the retro look. It is definitely an attention grabber! Before I bought mine, I caught a glimpse of someone with one at Grand Central Terminal. I knew immediately what it was!I love the camera and would buy another one!BUT DO NOT compare it to a dSLR's focus speed!

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      • No

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      4.0

      Fuji X100S Camera

      By Young

      from Philadelphia, PA

      About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good Battery Life
      • Good in Low Light
      • Great Resolution
      • Large Clear LCD
      • Small / Compact

      Cons

      • Complicated Controls

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Travel
      • Weddings/Events

      Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

      Used as an everyday walk around camera, in place of a bulky DSLR. Works great, autofocus is a bit slow and wish the manual focus ring was better, but otherwise a solid walk around camera. Only a few instances where a DSLR was desired over this.

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      • Yes

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      4.0

      It's a nice walk around camera

      By sasagirl

      from bay area, CA

      About Me Casual Photographer

      Pros

      • Good in Low Light
      • Small / Compact

      Cons

      • Lag / Shutter Delay
      • Limited Zoom
      • Short Battery Life

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Travel
      • Weddings/Events

      Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

      After using Canon T1, T4, 70D, i think this camera is a good walk around camera esp if you like street photography. However, the Auto focus is slow comparing my Canon DSLR, and that bother me a lot. other than this, i like this camera alot. the fix lens is not bad at all because now i learn to plan the position to capture what i want.

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      4.0

      Excellant color rendition

      By Kent

      from San Francisco

      About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy to Use
      • Good in Low Light
      • Small / Compact

      Cons

      • Lag / Shutter Delay
      • Short Battery Life

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Macro Photography
      • Travel

      Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

      The Fuji X100S is great at rendering accurate and pleasant colors under varied lighting conditions that I am unable to get easily with my Nikon D7100 other that outdoor. Florescent, incandescent, low light, partial natural light or mixed lighting—not a problem for the X100S. Sure, I can custom the white balance on my D7100, but that takes time. The auto WB just isn't as good as the Fuji's. I could so it in post, but that takes time too. The hybrid viewfinder is fantastic. I wish the color and exposure was more accurate in the viewfinder, but at least the actual shot was. The LCD screen produced a truer image in terms of color and exposure. "Manual" focus is really slow. It's not a true manual focus, and it just doesn't feel right. Take it from me, I spent the 80's and 90's with manual focus SLR's, and don't miss it. Stick to autofocus. There's some shutter lag compared to a DSLR. So I would not recommend this for sports or other fast action photography. It's not impossible, but I just recommend against it. Don't throw away your DSLR. The X100S has those silly simulated sounds and obnoxious beeps. Why ruin a very quiet, discreet, and otherwise aesthetically pleasing camera with this? When it's all turned off, the X100S becomes a sonic "black hole". Battery life is pretty sad, as is the battery meter. Buy extra batteries. The retro lock is awesome IMO. Girls love it, and guys ask all sorts of questions about it. I just have an affinity for vintage looking stuff, I guess. I wish I could compare it to the Leicas, but those are out of my budget. But the Fuji shoots so well anyway (shrug), maybe it's not necessary to drop $8-16k on one of those. A least this is made in Japan, not China or Thailand...I love the slim profile of the fixed lens, BUT you will need an adapter for a filter. If you add a lens cap on top of that, you will have effectively doubled the length of the lens! Honestly, I hate ruining the look of the X100S with the adapter, BLACK filter (49mm silver filters are hard to come by) and black lens cap. I dislike the supplied Fuji lens cap, as I prefer flatter threaded lens caps. I bought the Fuji factory leather case, because I thought it would look classy, and it does. But I think I will use it mostly for transporting in my carry on or camera bag to protect it. Looks WAY better than that nylon number you might buy at @. The X100S looks way to awesome to cover up, especially in plastic!

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      5.0

      Exactly what I have been looking for

      By ScottL

      from Portland, OR

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Fast Shutter Speed
      • Good in Low Light
      • Great Resolution
      • Small / Compact

      Cons

      • Menu Navigation
      • Navigation Wheel 2 Small
      • Nav Wheel Too Small
      • Non Standard Usb Cable

      Best Uses

      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Travel
      • Wildlife photos

      Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

      I have gotten to the point where I hate carrying around my dslr, so this fits the bill perfectly. Good depth of field, small, compact, good quality. So far I have very little to complain about.

      My biggest complaint is the non standard USB cable. What are you guys doing over there fuji? No one uses UC-E6 cables.

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      • No

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      5.0

      Bravo!

      By Flo

      from NYC

      About Me Pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy to Use
      • Good in Low Light
      • Great Resolution
      • Large Clear LCD
      • Small / Compact

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indoors/Low Light
        • Macro Photography
        • Weddings/Events

        Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

        Love it! Love the look, the size, all the options (files, viewfinder,macro, etc etc), the super high quality of the images, even when using it in all automatic settings. I love to be able to switch to aperture mode or speed mode very easily. The auto-focus can be a little slow, but I can deal with that. I added a non-fuji BXW filter, a non-fuji lens hood (Fuji hood too expensive!) , bought a few extra non-fuji batteries, and I am happy!

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        5.0

        Classic style, advanced performance

        By Uh, Clem

        from Somewhere near Detroit

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

        Pros

        • Friends Will Be Jealous
        • Good Battery Life
        • Great Resolution
        • Just Looks Cool
        • Strangers Will Stare

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • "grab" Shooting
          • Travel

          Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

          I am a casual shooter, although in my younger days I worked for daily newspapers and have been published in a few magazines.

          The Fujifilm X100S is expensive, and worth it. I travel extensively and wanted a small rangefinder, but something more than a plastic point-and-shoot. This camera fills the bill.

          I like the fixed focal length lens--it makes me plan my shots (like the old days) and not rely on zooming in and out. I enjoy being able to choose among the characteristics of several Fuji color emulsions, plus B&W options and sepia for original images. And I appreciate a real rangefinder window, with and without the exposure information. I have never warmed up to the idea of arms-length shooting while squinting at an LCD. (What would HCB think?)

          Options and capabilities are well beyond what I need, but a working pro would appreciate the degree of control that this camera offers. It's not a replacement for a DSLR with a couple of good lenses, but it belongs in the bag of any serious photographer.

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          5.0

          A great package!

          By Patricia

          from New York

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • All the necessities
          • Well-priced

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

              This is a complete and well-priced combination package!

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              • Yes

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              5.0

              Worth every penny!

              By Patricia

              from New York

              About Me Casual Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Good in Low Light
              • Great Resolution
              • Small / Compact

              Cons

              • Limited Zoom

              Best Uses

              • Family Photos
              • Indoors/Low Light
              • Travel
              • Weddings/Events

              Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

              This camera was recommended by a professional photographer friend as the best camera on which to learn how to shoot professional quality photos--offering an old school feeling of manually setting the controls. At B&H, the only "con" we discussed was the relatively high price...but this camera is worth the money for its quality and ease of use!

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              • Yes

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              5.0

              A beautiful camera

              By Charlie

              from Metro New York

              About Me Photo Enthusiast

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Great Resolution
              • Large Clear LCD
              • Small / Compact

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Family Photos
                • Indoors/Low Light
                • Macro Photography
                • Travel

                Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Black):

                A beautiful camera to see and use. The controls are well placed and it's easy to change settings which make the camera 'very' user friendly. The pictures, even on auto setting, are exceptionally nice and are so typical of Fuji color. The cost of the camera is well spent.

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                4.0

                Will not replace DSLR but comes close

                By Ton Verkuijlen

                from Curacao

                About Me Pro Photographer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easy to Use
                • Small / Compact

                Cons

                • Lag / Shutter Delay
                • Poor in Low Light
                • Short Battery Life

                Best Uses

                • Family Photos
                • Indoors/Low Light
                • Macro Photography
                • Travel

                Comments about X100S Digital Camera (Silver):

                I use it for a light travel camera. When the circumstances are not to difficult excellent images. The camera is a lot slower than I thought but I see it as a plus. This camera forces you to slow down and be more precise when taking pictures. Like in the film days. I ordered Extra battaries which is a must for working with it all day. I love the sync speed with flash sysytems.

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