Include
Quantity:1
Add to Basket
or
Sign in to turn on 1-Click ordering.

Compare Prices on Amazon
Add to Basket
£879.99
+ FREE UK delivery
Sold by: Camera Centre UK
Add to Basket
£889.00
& FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
Sold by: bargain express
Add to Basket
£899.95
+ FREE UK delivery
Sold by: ASK
Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Image Unavailable

Image not available for
Colour:
  • Sorry, this item is not available in
  • Image not available
      

Fujifilm X100S Digital Camera - Silver (16.3 MP, APS-C 16M X-Trans CMOS II with EXR Processor II) 2.8 inch LCD

| 3 answered questions

RRP: £1,099.99
Price: £869.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
You Save: £230.99 (21%)
Only 4 left in stock (more on the way).
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.
12 new from £853.90 1 used from £835.00
Camera
  • 16.3 million pixels
  • 23.6mm×15.8mm(APS-C) X-Trans CMOS II with primary color filter
  • 2.8-inch, approx. 460K-dot, TFT color LCD monitor
  • Fujinon Single focal length lens

Frequently Bought Together

Fujifilm X100S Digital Camera - Silver (16.3 MP, APS-C 16M X-Trans CMOS II with EXR Processor II) 2.8 inch LCD + JJC LH-JX100 Lens Adapter and Hood for Fujifilm Finepix X100, X100s + Digital Additions® Snap-On Front Lens Hood Cap Cover - 49mm 49 mm
Price For All Three: £888.25

Buy the selected items together


Product details

Style Name: Camera
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 7.4 x 5.4 cm ; 404 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
    Find out more about our Delivery Rates and Returns Policy
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: X100s Silver
  • ASIN: B00AX12ZL8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Jan 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,871 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Click here for information about recycling electrical and electronic products

Awards

Style Name: Camera
Click on an award to see a larger version
Award Image Award Image Award Image Award Image Award Image Award Image Award Image

Product Description

Style Name: Camera

Product Description

FUJIFILM

The X100S has the ability to capture high resolution images, comparable to those taken on full-frame sensors. This is down to a combination of its newly-developed 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR Processor II, which together increase resolution by approx. 25%** and reduce noise by more than 30%***. Clear images with minimal graininess, even at high ISO settings, can also be produced, thanks to the removal of the optical low pass filter and the introduction of a more powerful processor.

Sensor performance comparable to full-frame output

The X100S features FUJIFILM's newly-developed 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor with a unique, highly randomised, colour filter arrangement. The benefit of the new array is the elimination of the need for an optical low-pass filter; these are used in conventional sensors to reduce false colour and moiré effects but they also reduce image resolution. The removal of the optical low-pass filter allows the X-Trans CMOS II sensor to maximise the light it receives directly, enabling users to capture much finer detail and optimise resolution levels.

A wide range of accessories available
A wide range of accessories available

The X100S uses a Lens Modulation Optimiser to reduce optical effects such as lens diffraction, which happens when light passes through a lens. Even when stopped down to f/16, the X100S retains sharpness and texture in the smallest details, demonstrating the extent of the sensor and lens combination's capabilities, perfectly.

The excellent sensitivity of the X-Trans CMOS II sensor is coupled with the new EXR Processor II's advanced signal processing capacity, which can reduce noise by more than 30%** compared to its predecessor. Even when shooting in low-light, at a high ISO setting, the FUJIFILM X100S will produce crisp images with minimal grain.

The World's fastest Auto Focus and High-speed EXR Processing

With built-in Phase Detection, the X100S offers the world's fastest AF speed of just 0.08 seconds*. The Intelligent Hybrid AF can switch to Contrast AF, dependent on the demands of the subject or scene, to ensure that the camera always auto-focuses quickly and with precision.

The EXR Processor II delivers processing speeds twice that of FUJIFILM's previous generation processor******. The fast responses result in an impressive start-up time of approx. 0.5 seconds****, and a shooting interval of 0.5 seconds. In addition the X100S delivers a burst shooting rate of up to 6 frames per second (max. 29 frames) at the full resolution of 16.3 megapixels and the shutter time lag is a mere 0.01 seconds.

Enhanced manual focus performance with the world's first***** 'Digital Split Image' display

Making use of the built-in phase detection pixels for AF action, the X100S is the world's first***** camera to offer a "Digital Split Image" feature, which displays dual images on the left and right to be lined up for manual focusing. This enables accurate focusing especially when working with an open aperture or macro shooting.

In addition, the X100S offers a handy Focus Peak Highlight function, which emphasises the outline of the subject focus plane. It provides the photographer with a guide, even in situations where it is difficult to calculate focusing accuracy, allowing users to enjoy manual focusing comfortably, however challenging the conditions.

Premium Hybrid Viewfinder for easy image composition

Hybrid viewfinder to help with composure
Hybrid viewfinder to help with composure
view larger
.

Offering users freedom when composing photos and adaptability for a range of shooting conditions, the X100S's Hybrid Viewfinder combines both an Optical and an Electronic Viewfinder.

The electronic viewfinder uses a 100% coverage, extra high resolution, 2,360K dot High Definition LCD panel. It shows depth-of-field during macro shooting, as well as white balance settings, allowing users to accurately compose their shot while continuously looking through the viewfinder.

The premium quality optical viewfinder offers an easy-to-see magnification of 0.5 at a 23mm focal length and a horizontal apparent field of view of 26 degrees. The all-glass construction uses high-refractive index glass to minimise chromatic aberrations and distortion.

While in the optical viewfinder mode, users can make adjustments to shutter speed, aperture, ISO and other settings without having to take their eye off the viewfinder. The shooting frame (Bright Frame) and text brightness automatically adjust according to the ambient light available, to ensure that the information on the display is easy to see at all times.

The system features an OVF Power Save mode, which activates the power-saving function in the optical viewfinder mode to double the maximum number of images per full charge from 300******* in normal operation.

With FUJINON's proprietary coating, the viewfinder cleverly resists fingerprints and can easily be wiped clean, so that users can enjoy the optical viewfinder's clear display without compromise.

FUJINON 23mm f/2 lens offering premium image quality in a compact body

Specifically designed for this model, the FUJINON 23mm f/2 Single Focal Length Lens has a fixed angle of incidence of light into the lens, which facilitates optimum optical design. Taking full advantage of this, the X100S demonstrates advanced levels of image clarity, not only in the centre of the image, but also through to the edges of the photo. The versatile focal length of 35mm******** delivers an angle of view ideal for a diverse range of subjects and scenes.

The lens consists of 8 elements in 6 groups, and includes a high-performance double-sided aspherical element and highly-refractive converging glass elements, which deliver a high level of detailed performance with minimal aberration, excellent sharpness and beautiful colour reproduction. Moreover, FUJINON's proprietary HT-EBC coating is applied to effectively control image flares and ghosting.

Other benefits of this lens are the beautiful, soft, round-shaped Bokeh that is produced from the 9 blade lens diaphragm. In addition the lens allows you to get as close as 10cm from your subject in macro mode for stunning close-up shots. And by activating the built-in ND filter it enables blurring of the background in portraits, or applies a gorgeous creamy look to flowing water even in a bright setting.

Elegant design and sophisticated functionality

High quality Japanese design
High quality Japanese design

The front of the X100S proudly bares the letter "S" as confirmation of its extensive evolution from the FUJIFILM X100. Down to the tiniest detail, the premium build and feel of the X100 is continued in the X100S. FUJIFILM's top quality Japanese engineering is evident from the high precision components used and the perfectly optimised body.

The X100S's top and base parts are made of magnesium alloy to achieve a lightweight, resilient, yet delicate design. A specially-formulated coating is applied to give its surface a steel look for an added premium feel. All the dials and rings have been milled from solid metal, with attention paid to the finer details such as finger grips and enhanced operability. The exterior is finished with synthetic leather, which is durable and resilient to the environment yet reproduces the texture of real leather, while still offering the practical benefits of additional grip and comfort.

The layout of the dials and rings allow users to operate the aperture ring on the lens with their left hand, and the shutter speed dial and exposure compensation dial on the top panel with their right hand, meaning all the settings can be adjusted comfortably without having to take your eye off the viewfinder. And to make you feel even more at home, you can even customise your shutter sound by choosing between the four different sounds available: Lens Shutter, Focal Plane Shutter, Mirror Up and Silent Shutter.

The menu system has been also updated to incorporate a Q "Quick" button which allows you to quickly call up frequently-used menu items such as ISO setting and Film Simulation modes. In addition, the Fn (Function) button allows users to assign functions frequently used while shooting, for convenient use at the touch of a button.

Artistic photography

The X100S features FUJIFILM's proprietary 'Film Simulation Modes'. Users can choose from ten simulation options which replicate the results achieved by FUJIFILM colour reversal films (Velvia / PROVIA / ASTIA), professional colour negative films (PRO Neg. Std / PRO Neg. Hi), monochrome filters (MONOCHROME, Ye filter, R filter and G filter) and SEPIA.

Also available on the X100S is the Advanced Filter function; users can choose from 8 different artistic effects which can be previewed on the LCD screen:

  • Pop Colour – great for boosting contrast and colour saturation
  • Toy Camera – create shaded borders as if you were taking a photo on a toy camera
  • Miniature – adds top and bottom blur for a diorama or miniature effect
  • Dynamic Tone – create a fantasy effect by dynamically-modulated tonal reproduction
  • Partial Colour – highlights one colour and leaves the rest of the image in black and white (choose from red, orange, yellow, green, blue or purple)
  • High Key – enhances brightness and reduces contrast to lighten tonal reproduction
  • Low Key – create uniformly dark tones with few areas of emphasised highlights
  • Soft Focus – blurs the focus of the image edges to create a softer effect

In addition a Multiple Exposure function enables users to combine two separate images together for special creative effects. And for greater artistic freedom, the aspect ratio can be selected from 3:2, 16:9, and 1:1 (square) to accommodate a wide range of photographic styles.

Full HD Video Shooting

The X100S can shoot at 60fps during Full HD video recording (1920 x 1080) for very smooth video capture. Plus shooting at the high bit-rate of 36Mbps will result in reduced noise and enhanced image quality that reveals every detail, from individual leaves in the trees, to subtle changes in facial expression. During video recording, users have access to many of the additional modes available in still image capture. Film Simulation modes can be used, White Balance settings can be adjusted, you can even make the most of the fast lens to produce beautiful bokeh and also operate the Intelligent Hybrid AF for high-speed and high-precision focusing.

* FUJIFILM research as of November 2012. Compared with other compact digital cameras equipped with an APS-C sensor and a non-interchangeable lens based on CIPA standards and conducted in High Performance mode
** FUJIFILM research. Compared with X100 and conducted in f/16
*** Compared with FUJIFILM X100
**** High Performance mode
***** FUJIFILM research as of November 2012
****** Compared with the EXR Processor Pro
******* Maximum shots from a fully charged NP-95 lithium battery pack, based on the CIPA test standard
******** 35mm format equivalent

Box Contains

Li-ion battery NP-95
Battery charger BC-65N
Shoulder strap
USB cable
Lens cap
CD-ROM (Viewer software, Raw File Converter, etc. *3 )
Owner's manual

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Share your thoughts with other customers

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 89 people found the following review helpful By James Mousley TOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 Aug 2013
Style Name: Camera with Accessories
I wish I'd bought this camera months ago. I love street photography and snapping and like so many purchasers of this camera, have been fed up with lugging my dslr around with me.

I also own an X10, which is a lovely camera and takes great fuji-style jpegs, but I have become dissatisfied with the lower resolution of the images it captures, due to its smaller sensor size.

Having an APS-C sized sensor, means that this camera can capture fully detailed images - couple this with the fact that Fuji have removed the AA filter and the images captured are barely a shade behind those captured by full-frame sensor-ed camera. They are truly impressive.

I love how it operates - the AF is as good as I could ever imagine needing.

I love the viewfinder - both OVF & EVF - the EVF is light years ahead of what is in the x-e1 - I originally really lusted after the x-e1 and a system of lenses to replace my dslr, but, alas, this camera isn't there yet - the EVF in the x-e1 is just too slow and 'laggy' for me...the EVF in the 100s is sharp, clear and has no lag - or none that I can worry about - and I am picky!!

I berated one of the other reviewers on here for listing the attributes of the camera and listing the camera's price as a 'con'. It is true; the camera is expensive - but there is a reason for this that I have come to accept (I like everybody else want 'something for nothing') and that is because there is nothing else like this camera available - there are several attempts from sony, ricoh etc but none do what this camera does, in the way that it does it.
Read more ›
2 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By VascoPat on 7 Aug 2013
Style Name: Camera with Accessories Verified Purchase
Greetings,

I'm not a pro photographer, photography is my hobby, I'm not the super technical user that will be pixel counting and so on, I simply don't care that much about that.

I own a Canon 7D with 2 L series lenses (f2.8 24-70mm, 70-200mm f2.8 IS), I love the canon, takes beautiful pictures. I love the shutter sound, the ability to control everything without taking my eye from the viewfinder.

I always felt jealous about the point and shoot cameras users, they could take their camera everywhere they go, they would not draw that much attention, they were not instant burglars targets, the canon is and looks like an expensive camera.

After reading many advices and counsel from a pro photographer about the Fuji X100s I decided to buy one.

After 1 week of use and few thousand pictures I can give an honest feedback to anyone who is trying to decide about buying this camera.

The auto mode is easy to setup, meaning: this is not a camera that requires one awful lot of knowledge about exposure to take great pictures, set it on auto and shoot... It takes wonderful pictures, believe me... wonderful. I thought I would be controlling everything (as I do with the Canon) but actually most of the time I'm not a bit concerned about that, the little fuji is taking the decisions, and it does perform superbly.

Jpgs are gorgeous. I shoot RAW and jpg fine (mainly because I'm taking a lot of pictures in B&W and some may be worthy to keep in colour), but actually the jpgs are super, the colours are simply amazing (if you decide to get creative and shoot with the film modes).

The prime lens is amazing, it produces a beautiful light flare, sharp images (f4 up), wonderful smooth bokeh.
Read more ›
5 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MS on 26 Nov 2013
Style Name: Camera with Accessories Verified Purchase
I love this camera! The build quality is excellent. The images are sharp and full of contrast and simply "pop" with a kind of 3D effect. The controls are simple enough once you have taken the time to work through them, but the best thing of all is how unobtrusive the camera is. You can take photos of street scenes without disturbing anyone. Also, photos of my friends and their kids are excellent because the children act naturally whilst playing and are not phased by the camera. My children are much older now and my eldest has always been a bit camera shy. Not any more with this one! It is the ideal holiday camera because it is so easy to carry around and not weighty. Admittedly it is heavier than some of the tiny simpler digitals but the results can't be compared. Whilst I shoot in RAW format most of the time, JPEGS are equally excellent, though of course post processing of JPEGS is not as versatile as RAW images. The "Q" button on the back of the camera allows you to adjust all the settings "on the hoof" as it were rather than having to go through the menu system. One professional wrote that this camera signalled the end of the DSLR. I wouldn't go that far, but I do use it more than my Nikon DSLR, and that is saying something. Any downsides? Not yet. If you are thinking of buying it then my advice is to go on Youtube and look at some of the reviews and then make up your mind to do it if you don't mind the price, because it isn't cheap, but then what item of quality is?!!
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Emmott on 3 Mar 2014
Style Name: Camera Verified Purchase
Like many long-time 35mm users I switched to digital some years ago. I missed the simple functionality of 35mm SLRs. You knew what ISO you were using and if you wanted more there were push processing options available at the expense of grain like golf balls. Going back a long way, Kodak 2475 recording film set the standard in available light photography (in black and white of course). The best colour equivalent was High Speed Etkachrome with its base 160 ASA that could be pushed to 320 ASA but not much more. Later the much-loved Fuji Velvia reversal film came along rated at 50 and 100 ASA with deep, saturated colours but oh so slow.

Most film SLRs let you know what aperture and shutter speed you were using. In those early days, focusing was manual but we also had better eyesight as we were younger and relatively dark focusing screens equipped with microprisms and occasionally split image screens were not a problem. Indeed there was no other way. Fixed focus lenses delivered sharp results, and often had fast apertures. Sometimes as fast as f1.2 for the standard 50mm lens, f1.4 and f 1.8 being relatively common. Early coatings did leave a bit to be desired.

Progressively most of these things disappeared as the world went digital. True, the ISO capabilities increased and soon we had cameras that would handle 6400 ASA and more. But often at the expense of image quality especially in cameras with small sensors. It was still necessary to use low ASA numbers to get the best quality from these cameras. Often they had immensely complex menu structures and incomprehensible instruction manuals. It was easier to leave the camera asset to automatic and let it work out which combination of ISO, aperture and shutter speed to use. Autofocus zoom lenses became the norm.
Read more ›
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again

Product Images from Customers

Most Recent Customer Reviews

Search

Look for similar items by category

Style Name: Camera