In 2011, the Fujifilm X100 took the world by storm, offering the style of a Leica M but at a more affordable price. We test its successor, the X100S, with upgraded 16.3-million-pixel sensor. Read the Fujifilm X100S review..

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Fujifilm X100S review

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£1,099.00
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Metering

Like the X100, the Fuji X100S offers a basic spot, centreweighted and evaluative metering set-up. TTL evaluative metering utilises 256 areas and is, overall, accurate. An exposure-compensation dial is next to where the thumb rests, on the top-plate. However, despite an improvement to the torque of the same dial as that on the X100, it can still be knocked so check before shooting – it is not unusual to take a series of images before realising that the setting has shifted. When shooting raw, it is possible to push/pull the processing post-capture, from +3EV to -1EV.

  1. 1. Fujifilm X100S review - at a glance:
  2. 2. Features
  3. 3. Manual-focus assists
  4. 4. Build and handling
  5. 5. White balance and colour
  6. 6. Metering
  7. 7. Noise, resolution and sensitivity
  8. 8. Autofocus
  9. 9. LCD, viewfinder and video
  10. 10. Dynamic range
  11. 11. The Competition
  12. 12. Our verdict
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