Fuji X100s and X20 sample images… and more previews



X100S: AmazonUS / Adorama / B&H

X20: AmazonUS: silver and black version / B&H: silver versionblack version / Adorama: silver versionblack version

Europe: UK: Wexphotographic X100s for £1099 / X20 silver and black for £599

sample shots

image courtesy: fujifilm-x.com

The German website fujifilm-x.com posted some X20 sample shots. Click here too see the pics. If you want to read the German article, click here (translated version).

For the X100s sample shots click here or the next image.
X100s sample shots

Hands-on previews

X100s: “The button and control layout of the Fuji X100S is the same as the Fuji X100, but the raw button will be labelled Q in the final production sample, and this gives access to the same type of Quick Menu as is found on the Fuji X-Pro1. This is one of the best function or quick menu arrangements that we have come across, since features may be adjusted merely by navigating to them using the navigation controls and then using the dials to alter the settings.” Read the whole techradar hands on review here.

X100s: ephotozine hands on preview. They also posted X1oos and X20 comparison pics. Take a look at it at the end of this post.

X100s and X20 hands on by petapixel (click here).

X20: ephotozine hands on preview

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Thanks to everybody who linked me news, reviews, rumors, videos in these days. It’s really a big help for me. Keep up your great work ;-).


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