For some time now I've been hankering after one of these bad boys and, after a recent trip to Glasgow during which I crammed my Canon DSLR into my already severely cramped Easyjet hand luggage yet didn't take a single photo (except for a couple that I took with my phone!), I decided it was time to get myself something compact that I could keep on my person at all times.
I haven't used the Fuji X100s for any real shooting yet (I'm waiting for a decent quality SD card to arrive, as I have shedloads of CF cards, but nothing else), but so far I'm really pleased with the quality, even if the controls are taking a bit of getting used to having exclusively used Canon since 2006.
The only downsides I can see so far are the fiddly controls (which I'm sure I'll get used to), the focusing seems a little slow, and Lightroom seems to take forever to read Fuji's RAW files (.RAF) compared to Canon's .CR2
Hopefully I'll get outside to have a play tomorrow, and will post some samples then. Until then here are a couple of photos of the beauty...