Here's a short video review from Shuttertastic.com highlighting a few features for Fuji's latest X100s camera. The X100s is a major upgrade from the popular X100. These fixed focal length rangefinder-like cameras cater to a niche audience, but dig a little deeper and the X100s packs some very useful features.
Aside from already being one of the best imaging cameras, the Fuji X100s built in ND Filter is enough to keep the aperture wide open at F/2.0 during mid day shoots, but another very interesting feature with the X100s is the ability to shoot high speed sync flash direct from the hot shoe. These two features combined may appeal to portrait photographers who want to work with a smaller more simple solution.
Actual sample images from this video along with a more informative article about the Fuji X100s can be seen at Shuttertastic.com.
Okay, the title is misleading. There is no HSS in this camera. the camera was able to capture at higher shutter speed with flash because it has "leaf shutter". "Leaf Shutter" was present in Medium Format cameras way before x100s even existed. X100s is a very hot camera right now and still sold out.
Very cool! I just picked up a used X100. With the seriously updated firmware the X100 is still a contender and does everything highlighted in this video review, but with fewer pixels...