Fujifilm X100S

Announced Jan 7, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 35 mm
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I am an avid hiker-it can be used x100s (35mm ekv.) on the landscaping picture. Some examples ? Thank you.
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What do you see as the trade off's between a x100s system vs the xt-1 system for photography during a European vacation? Photography is really fun for me so it will be an important goal on the trip.  Which would you take and why?  Thanks!
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Who is using a Fuji X camera, XT, XE, Xpro, X100s and has kept their Nikon D7100 or Canon 7D with a lens or two? I thought about Full Frame, but I am not making any prints larger than 8x10 consistently so the crop sensor should be fine. FF I don't think is necessary. Thinking about the X100s with a crop sensor DSLR and their 24-70 mm 2.8 type equivalent lens regardless of the Fuji 16-55 mm 2.8 being on the roadmap. So just one or two lenses with a DSLR thing. So the Nikon D7100 with the 17-55...
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Has anyone used the EF-42 with the X100s and the flash sporadically worked.  Just had a last minute job today to shoot some real estate photos in preparation for a house sale/put images on line. Had the X100s, 28 mm, EF-42 and a self-standing mono-pod.   Things going great and Murphy's Law decided to see me today.  Batteries were fresh lithiums etc and worked no problem for a while. At a point the flash stops working. Removed batteries, turned off power etc. *In the end that Mono-Pod saved...
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Pretty much all of the reviews of the X100 and X100S online are pretty old and don't take into account the firmware updates that Fuji has put out. For example a common complaint against the X100 was a rather slow AF, but some have mentioned that the latest firmware update has brought the AF of both the X100 and the X100S to be nearly the same speed. Since the X100S is several hundred dollars more expensive than the X100, is it really worth the price difference?
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In theory, RAW files are the unprocessed output of the sensor, prior to any enhancements or compensation being applied during JPEG creation. So, on the X100S, the analog controls - Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO sensitivity, Focus - are all reflected in the RAW file, because they affect the view before it gets to the sensor, and the digital controls - White Balance, Noise Reduction, Highlight & Shadow, Color Correction - are not, because they are applied after the image is acquired. So now, my...
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I have a Nikon D300 DSLR, six years old and in perfect condition that I love.  I used to haul it everywhere, but that was pre-kids.  Now I need an easier to grab, easier to stash, easier to tote camera for the more frequent times when the multi-pound beast is just too much. I'm comparing the Fujifilm X100S, for its larger sensor size (same as my D300), optical viewfinder, and extremely satisfying analog controls, to the new Sony RX100 III, with its compact size, zoom, and $500 price break...
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Is there a way to stop the EVF or LCD from darkening (is it  showing a DoF preview?) when you half press the shutter?  I assume this is what the camera is doing although it is not mentioned in the manual and there is no menu setting for this behavior.  At a small aperture, it is too dark to compose especially in a low light scene. Thanks.
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Hello  I'm trying to decide on either X100s or XT-1.   Wanting to move up from MFT,  love the color from Fuji X.  I plan on selling all my MFT.  Keeping Sony RX100. Not a pro, just a enthusiast with too much GAS. ;) Camera would be mainly for  travel  cruises,  family,  and social occasions where DSLR or iPhone won't do.   Print "keepers" up to 11"x14", and web. I'm leaning towards the X100s,  but wonder if the fixed lens would be/is a disadvantage. Also,  the X100s form factor and silent...
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Hey, I'm looking for a camera which I could have with me more often than the large DSLR.  I want this camera mostly for portraits (let's say 50% of the uses), random day-to-day snapshots (30-40%) and possible street photography (10-20%). I love bokeh and I really need it :) My perfect fixed lens in FULL FRAME would be probably fast 40mm so I can 1) get bokeh, 2) shoot environmental portraits 3) do street photography. But with smaller sensors the bokeh part gets tricky.  I was basically...
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