Fujifilm has recently announced its upcoming X100s and X20 cameras. Both are revisions of their compact series released in early 2011. After initial skepticism fed by speculative blogging, the X series became one of Fuji’s hottest product lines since their Neopan family of films many years ago.
Now, after listening to the loudest complaints that customers had (namely AF issues, MF issues, Macro Focus issues, Buffer Size, resolution etc), Fujifilm are following up with a revised X10 and X100. Boasting the worlds fastest AF (alleged speeds of up to 0.08 seconds AF time), the X100S looks very promising to say the least.
We’re looking forward to seeing these in the flesh!
What do you think?