Fujifilm X100 vs X100S features compared: what are the main differences?

Fujifilm X100 vs X100S features compared: what are the main differences?

Not only were the rumors about an upcoming X-Trans sensor true, but Fujifilm managed to squeeze a lot more than that under the hood of the X100S. This newbie will give every high end prosumer camera a run for their money, not least, Sony's RX1. The areas that have received most of the attention are speed, sensor and video:

  X100 X100S Notes
Sensor: 12.3 Megapixels APS-C sized CMOS sensor 16.3 Megapixels X-Trans CMOS II sensor Fujifilm claims the new sensor's output quality is comparable to that of a full frame sensor's.
AF: Contrast Detect Hybrid  Hybrid includes both Phase and Contrast detection.
Image Processor: EXR EXR II In practice EXR II means vastly improved timings, matching those of high-end DSLR and mirrorless cameras.
Video: 720p @ 24fps, max 10 mins. 1080p @ 60/30fps Video is vastly improved. Beyond the beefy 36Mbits rate, the user has access (while shooting video)to most of the camera's still image features and controls.
Hybrid Viewfinder: EVF resolution 1,440,000 dots EVF resolution 2.360.000 dots  
Manual focusing: Magnification Magnification, Focus peaking, and "Digital Split Image' Fujifilm explains the Digital Split Image feature as something that "displays dual images on the left and right to be lined up for manual focusing"

 

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