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Fujifilm X100s
The Fuji X100S takes the highly-acclaimed Finepix X100 to the next level with an all-new 16 megapixels X-Trans II CMOS sensor and faster EXR CMOS processor. Bring the resolution up to 16 megapixels and dropping the anti-alias filter to maximize resolution, this model adds built-in phase-detect autofocus to provide a hybrid focusing system. It also improves upon the unique hybrid viewfinder by upgrading the EVF component to 2.4 megapixels while retaining a large bright-line OVF mode.

Neocamera just published a detailed reviewed of the Fuji X100S. The review highlights every change from the previous model and explains how it is to use a camera with a built-in prime lens. There is a gallery of full-resolution images at all ISO sensitivities to demonstrate the image quality of this unique camera.

Sony has announced the Sony Cybershot RX100 II – an update to the RX100 – the RX100 II adds a flash hot-shoe, tilting 3inch 1.229 million dot screen, and updates the 20.2 megapixel sensor to a backlit CMOS sensor. It features a 3.5x optical zoom lens, with bright f/1.8 aperture at the wide-angle end of the lens, and ISO upto 25600, Full HD video, 10fps continuous shooting, Wi-Fi, full manual controls and Raw shooting.

It will be available in July with an RRP for £650.

Samsung NX1000 White Swarovski EditionHere’s a roundup of reviews of the Samsung NX1000 – the entry level mirrorless camera from Samsung. It features a 20.3 megapixel APS-C sensor, 7/8 fps continuous shooting, built in Wi-Fi, 3 inch screen, manual controls, RAW, Full HD video and Samsung NX m0unt. The Samsung NX1000 is available in pink, white or black for £529 with 20-50mm lens, or £599 with two lenses, the additional lens being the 16mm pancake lens.

“The camera scores highly in all areas and importantly produces great image quality whilst providing excellent Wi-Fi connectivity, whether you want to upload to social network sites, or simply backup photos. The Samsung NX1000 has a plastic body available in black or white, and combined with the 20-50mm lens makes a compact camera.” source: ePHOTOzine – 4.5/5

More Samsung NX1000 reviews: PhotographyBLOG – 4.5/5, ITProPortal (Cliff Smith) – 8/10, Pocket-Lint – 4/5, PCMag – 4/5, DigitalCameraInfo – 7/10


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ePHOTOzine has reviewed the new Fujifilm FinePix X100. We had a look at the Fujifilm FinePix X100 prototype, at Photokina 2010. The lens offers a focal length of 23mm (135 equivalent: 35mm) and a widest aperture of F2, 12mp APS-C sensor, hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder, 720p HD video with stereo sound and full manual controls.

“The Fujifilm FinePix X100 is a unique camera in an increasingly competitive category. For a long time the difference in image quality between compact cameras with small sensors, and Digital SLRs with much larger sensors has been well known. The Fujifilm FinePix X100 aims to bring the image quality of a large sensor to a smaller camera, and should also bring the speed of DSLRs with it. Thankfully Fujifilm has delivered both excellent image quality with extremely low noise levels, as well as high speed performance, such as 5fps shooting, quick focusing, and extremely quick shutter response.”

Sony Cybershot HX100v
Sony has announced the new Sony Cybershot HX100v – a new camera with a wide angle 30x optical zoom lens (27mm), 16.2 Megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, ISO3200, 410 shot battery life, HD 1080p movie MPEG-4 recording, optical image stabilisation, 3.0″ 921,000-dot XtraFine LCD screen, and GPS. It will be available in black in April.

“Ideal for travellers and photo enthusiasts, the flagship Cyber-shot™ HX100V features a Vario-Sonnar lens by Carl Zeiss with T* coating on optical surfaces that virtually eliminates flare. This premium lens offers an ultra-powerful 30x optical zoom range for crisply-detailed close-ups of distant subjects. Comfortable to hold and carry, the camera’s styling echoes the body shape and control layout of larger DSLR designs. The Cyber-shot™ HX100V also features a manual control ring that can be assigned as desired to adjust focus or zoom. It’s ideal for applications like macro photography, where focus can be adjusted precisely while viewing a magnified portion of the image.”

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Fujifilm has announced the release date for the Fujifilm FinePix X100 – March 2011. We had a look at the Fujifilm FinePix X100 prototype, at Photokina 2010. The lens offers a focal length of 23mm (135 equivalent: 35mm) and a widest aperture of F2, 12mp APS-C sensor, and hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder.

“The X100 has been designed to appeal to the millions of DSLR users who need a slim, back-up camera, for high quality, in-fill shots, when the use of a bigger SLR system is either inconvenient or impractical. Alternatively, it can be used as a professional’s only top-end camera, if size and versatility are the primary considerations.”

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“In order to suit its role, the FinePix X100 has been designed without compromise, adopting the highest possible quality lens and sensor combination with a fixed, prime F2 lens, manufactured by Fujinon to perfectly match the full size 12.3 megapixel APS-C custom sensor. Fujifilm has also developed new technology for the X100 to ensure a unique user experience. This includes the first hybrid viewfinder, which combines an electronic viewfinder system and the window-type ‘bright frame’ optical viewfinder, normally found in high-end film cameras. Launch date: Spring 2011.”

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Fujifilm (X100 mini-site) has announced the new Fujifilm FinePix X100 – with 12.3 Megapixel APS-C (DSLR size) CMOS sensor – 23mm f2.0 lens (35mm equivalent) – and hybrid electronic and optical viewfinder, it features metal dials, lens aperture ring, magnesium alloy body, leather like finish, 10cm macro, RAW mode, EXR processor, manual shutter and aperture controls, it should be available early 2011.
The electronic viewfinder has 1.44 million pixels, and you can switch between the optical and electronic viewfinder. DPReview has more details.

Samsung NX100
Samsung has announced the new Samsung NX100, interchangeable lens camera, it features a 14.6 Mega-pixels APS-C size CMOS sensor, 3.0” VGA AMOLED Display, ISO100 – 3200, extendable to 6400, SmartAuto, Lens Priority, Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Manual, Scene, Movie shooting modes, 720P HD Movie Recording, optional EVF, optional flash gun, and optional GPS unit. Samsung has also announced two new lenses: the 20mm F2.8 pancake, and 20-50mm F3.5-5.6 ED kit zoom lens. The NX100 will be available in black, white, or bronze.


“The launch of the NX100 follows the success of the NX10, Samsung’s first mirrorless camera and the first in the world to feature an APS-C size sensor, which has changed the way photographers across the globe take pictures, and raised the bar for the industry as a whole. The NX100 shares the industry leading technology of NX10, such as an APS-C size sensor for quality images and a 3-inch AMOLED screen for easy and clear viewing. However, with the NX100, Samsung takes the mirrorless camera to the next level, by incorporating the innovations of the NX10 and improving other areas of the camera’s performance and design. While the body of the camera is slim, sleek, and stylish, the NX100 also features the intuitive i-Function lens which allows users to control their camera through the lens for the first time. The NX100 also boasts one of the fastest AF on the market today, which ensures that users never miss a moment, and an ISO that is raised to a maximum of 6400 for action shots.”

Links: Previews: ePhotoZine, DPReview, Size comparison: Photography BLOG

Canon Powershot SX100 ISWe’ve just published our review of the new 8 megapixel Canon Powershot SX100 IS – the camera features a 10x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, a 2.5″ screen, DIGIC III processor, 1cm macro mode, pop-up flash, manual controls, and ISO upto 1600. The SX100 is available for £149 from Amazon UK

“This camera has been an excellent companion and has coped extremely well in a wide variety of situations – the optical image stabilisation helping in low light – and the 10x optical zoom lens allowing me to zoom into the subject. Despite my reservations about Face Detection Focus, I’ve actually found the feature useful – for quickly checking whether the subject is smiling and not blinking!”

Read our Canon Powershot SX100 IS Review
View our Canon Powershot SX100 IS Sample Photos

Read more Canon Powershot SX100 IS Reviews: NeoCamera, DCResource, DPReview, Photography BLOG, Digital Camera Review, Digital Camera Info

Ricoh GX100Luminous Landscape have posted their review of the new Ricoh GX100 – a compact 10 megapixel update to the Ricoh Caplio GX8 – it features an ultra-wide angle 3x optical zoom lens equivalent to 24 – 72mm, a 2.5″ screen, CCD-shift vibration correction feature, 1cm macro, ISO upto 1600, 380 shot battery life and a removable LCD viewfinder. The Ricoh Caplio GX100 is available for £338:

“There’s an awful lot to like in the Ricoh GX100, and little to be concerned about. In fact it has quickly become my favourite all-time pocket camera, and now comes along every day, together with my wallet, iPhone, and keys. Pretty soon I’m going to need a man-purse, me thinks.”

Read more Ricoh Caplio GX100 Reviews: Trusted Reviews, DPExpert, LetsGoDigital, DPReview, ePhotoZine, PopPhoto, Photography BLOG, LetsGoDigital Sample Photos