When Fujifilm first announced the X100 over 2 years ago, the photography world was taken by storm at the rather sexy retro styling combined with modern bells and whistles that made the X100 pretty drool worthy. Fast forward to 2013, Fujifilm have updated the classic camera with a few tweaks to bring it up to scratch in todays market. Firstly the X100s features a 16MP sensor (Up from 11MP) that has a max ISO sensitivity boosted of 25,600. This, coupled with the new higher definition Hybrid Viewfinder that we have come to love in the X100 as well as the world’s fastest AF at just 0.08s and 10fps shooting speed makes the X100s a pretty decent shooter. The updated X100s also lets you record 1080p at 60fps now too.
The Fujifilm X100s is available from retailers now (albeit with a bit of a shortage at the moment) for RM3,988 and comes with a free leather case and 8GB SD card.
Following in the footsteps of the impressive X10, Fujifilm has released the X20 to continue its legacy. The X20 features a 12MP CMOS sensor that has a 12,800 max ISO sensitivity. The X20 packs a 28-112mm f/2.0-2.8 Fujinon lens which is flexible and is a great option for just about any situation. On top of that, the X20 has a brand new Advanced Optical Viewfinder and Digital Trans Panel that makes the viewfinder a pleasure to use: Bright and unobtrusive.
The Fujifilm X20 is available from retailers now for RM1,988 and comes with a free leather case and 8GB SD Card