Fujifilm X100s

Verge Review

Retro is so hot right now. Mad Men is on its sixth season and still pulling in huge ratings. The Great Gatsby is due to hit theaters next month, with a period-correct 1920s setting. And Fujifilm's new X100S, an update from 2010's X100, is one of the most retro inspired cameras we've seen to date. But despite its throwback look and feel, it has all the capabilities one would expect from a modern digital camera. Available now for $1,299.99, the X100S is one of the latest entries into the...

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Basic Specs

Camera type Point-and-shoot
Sensor size APS-C
Sensor type CMOS
Effective pixels 16.3 megapixels
RAW support RAW, RAW + JPEG
Supported media SD, SDHC, SDXC

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Tech Specs


Camera type Point-and-shoot
Width 5 inches
Height 2.9 inches
Depth 2.1 inches
Weight .98 pounds
Color Black / Silver


Sensor size APS-C
Sensor type CMOS
Effective pixels 16.3 megapixels


Minimum ISO 100
Maximum ISO 25600
Fastest shutter speed (1/n seconds) 4000
Slowest shutter speed (n seconds) 30 seconds
Max. continuous shooting speed 6 FPS


Size 2.8 inches
Resolution 460000 dots
Built-in viewfinder Yes


Video capture Yes
Max. resolution 1080p
Standard framerate(s) 30, 60


Supported video formats H.264
RAW support RAW, RAW + JPEG


Focal length (wide) 23 mm
Focal length (35mm equivalent - wide) 35 mm
Widest aperture / f-stop 2


Supported media SD, SDHC, SDXC


Built-in speaker Yes
Built-in microphone Yes


Video out Yes
Connection(s) USB, HDMI mini


Model NP-95
Removable Yes


Flash Yes (Built-in)

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