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Fujifilm Finepix X100S

The Fujifilm Finepix X100S may appear identical to its predecessor but for the addition of an 'S' to both its model and facade, but the internals have received some notable updates since the X100 was released in 2011. Like the Leica X2, it has kept the same lens as its predecessor but has an improved sensor and improved autofocus. The X100S has a Fujifilm developed 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor similar to those used in its XF line of cameras, such as the well received X-Pro1. The sensor also has in-built phase detection support providing much better autofocus ability than its predecessor, and manual focus is aided through focus peaking. The X100S' internal processing is also designed to correct mechanical aberrations in the lens much the same as other high-end cameras from Fujifilm and Nikon.