Interesting, but only if the Orbs default is resolved.How Fuji is going to react if the Orbs problem is related to the sensor?
Review X-S1, look at the pictures at night ...http://prophotos.ru/reviews/14675-fujifilm-x-s1?page=5An example (the photo is very badly, but still it's really not normal)http://prophotos.ru/data/articles/0001/4675/65711/dscf1153-original.jpgAnother. The exposure time is too long, but it does not excuse the problem.http://prophotos.ru/data/articles/0001/4675/65710/dscf1151-original.jpgThe X-S1 has the same problem and taking pictures at night is not uncommon ...
This problem exists with other cameras and is normal, but not in those proportions.With my FZ50 in Budapest, there are white disks, but that's normal, no spots.http://nemodus.smugmug.com/Vacation/Trip/12930830_dMgNk3#1380938810_QcXcMkm-O-LBIf Fuji does that, that's fine for me.
I really doubt that Fuji can quickly fix a sensor problem by a firmware.