[Mar 2013] Earlier this year, Fujifilm launched its X100S, successor to X100. It inherited much of the X100's design and again built around the FUJINON 23mm F2 lens (8 elements in 6 groups, 1 x double-sided aspherical element), but improves upon it with a higher-definition Hybrid Viewfinder, a new sensor (16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II) and processor (EXR Processor II). It boast the world's fastest AF, increased resolution and reduce noise!!
Perhaps the most intriguing thing about the X100S is the introduction of the world's first “Digital Split Image” manual focus assist. It's worth testing this camera for this feature alone... an digital-style, old school split prism focusing screen - nice!! But you are also spoilt for choice with the inclusion of focus peaking... something unfortunately not previous available for the X-Pro1 or X-E1.
- 16.3 million pixels APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor
- EXR Processor II
- FUJINON 23mm F2 lens
- High Definition LCD EVF (2,360K-dot)
- High-contrast and wide viewing-angle 2.8-inch Premium Clear LCD (460K dots)
- Super Intelligent Flash
- Manual Focus Assist (Digital Split Image / Focus Peaking)
- Artistic filters
- Full HD movie recording (60fps / 30fps)