Fujifilm X100s, Successor to the X100 Unveiled at CES 2013
Two years ago, Fujifilm launched the X100 prestigious surprised by the high quality picture that was in addition to their style challenge that we both used to seeing lately. In fact, a few hours ago we have spoken of the Pentax MX-1 that has a similar style. In addition, Fujifilm has introduced today at CES 2013the Fujifilm X100S , a camera that aims to be a worthy successor to the original model.
The Fujifilm X100S incorporates a new APS-C X-Trans CMOS II 16.3 megapixel EXR accompanied Processor II processor that together promise to increase the resolution by 25% and reduce noise by more than 30%. Now, you can take pictures with very little noise using very high ISOs.
The sensor carries inside the X100S Fujifilm boasts the world’s fastest autofocus , ie just 0.08 seconds.And thanks to the processor that has the camera turns on in just half a second. This way, you can capture those photos that sometimes escaped us for not having the camera ready. To make matters worse the shooting interval is also half a second.
Also, another new highlight of the X100s is Fujifilm Digital Split Image of showing double image so that we can focus more easily. This function accompanied Focus Highlight Peak , showing the area in focus, we help you get the image we have in mind and avoid becoming blurred.
Like its predecessor, the Fujifilm X100s has an electronic viewfinder that has a coverage of 100% and a resolution of 2,360,000 points. Furthermore, the optical viewfinder has a magnification of 0.5 at a focal length of 23mm and a horizontal field of view of 26 degrees.
While the X100 became a whole temptation for photographers, the Fujifilm X100S will crave irresistible to some. The improved sensor, processor, helps to focus the viewer with hybrid are its main features. On the other hand, also have jumped on the bandwagon of offering 8 different filters that can be previewed directly on the camera screen.