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  1. di-sign
    Jan 13 - 9:44 am

    Well, well, Shame on You Fuji to charge 50$ more for a re-branded Sunpak…

  2. H AMLIWALA
    Jan 14 - 8:19 am

    GREAT NEW FOR THE FLASH FOR THE HS20. IT IS A PITY IT WAS NOT THOUGHT ABOUT FOR THE HS10 AS I MISS IT A LOT. GUESS I WILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR THE PRICE TO COME DOWN BEFORE I INVEST IN HS20 AND FLASH.
    OTHER MAKES OF FLASH WORK ON THE HS10 BUT ALL IN MANUAL MODE ONLY.

  3. Gareth
    Jan 17 - 4:37 am

    I think this is a very ugly camera. It looks cheap and horrid. I don’t understand what the fuss is about. This camera will not have any impact on the market, just like the Leica X1 didn’t. Although the Leica is a much nicer looking camera than this awful retro throwback. Bleugh.

    • Gerard
      Feb 04 - 2:48 am

      @gareth

      You know ANYTHING at all about photography ?

    • Darrell W
      Feb 20 - 12:51 am

      There are many photographers that are looking for a camera that looks and functions like the classic designs loved by the masters of photography. Most of today’s non-DSLRs look more like electric shavers and more than a few are little better than those same shavers. The x100 is a compact design that many of us are looking forward to. I think it is beautiful.

      • Bananocrate
        Mar 04 - 6:38 am

        Gareth, tastes are personal. So… I don’t discuss your taste but, yeah, let’s say that I consider it very personal.
        However x100 is beautiful. It’s the most beautiful camera after Leica M serie (I don’t like so much x1). The problem it’s not the camera. The problem is the price.

  4. [...] Nikon and Fuji have worked together in the past (see FujiFilm FinePix S5 Pro which was based on the Nikon D200). The contact points on the x100′s hot shoe are different compared to Nikon’s – probably because Fuji wants to sell their own new flash units: [...]

  5. vr
    Jan 24 - 3:27 am

    It’s difficult enough to hold a camera still when you are left-handed, now they are adding more handicaps for left-eyed people – where do you put your nose?

  6. NickHD
    Feb 06 - 8:22 pm

    Beauty is – and always will be – in the eye of the beholder. In the case of Fuji’s masterpiece, the X100 will provide tactile titillation, outstanding optics and fill a niche in this particular snapper’s camera bag.
    So all those Fuji chaps in Japan have to do now is reassure us that power for this device will be from tried & tested, globally available and rechargeable AA cells – which will give users the option of using alkaline or Lithium disposables if necessary. We also need to be assured that the high cost of this little jewel will include the leather carrying case, as displayed on the exhibition display model, plus a high-quality LCD screen protecting film, suitable SDHC card, a sensibly-designed lens cap with retainer and – above all – a fully comprehensive user guide in compact Book form – ON PAPER.
    By now, most of us who have invested in recent photographic developments will have been utterly appalled at the tendency towards included User Guides on CD. This, contrary to various manufacturer’s stated aims, does nothing to reduce global timber consumption – as new buyers run off larger (usually A4), copies of their own user guide on their domestic or office printers.
    No, this whole “Manual on CD” thing is simply a cheap, cost-cutting ploy – and should be avoided in the case of the X100.
    After all, if a company is going to ask a top dollar price, their customers are entitled to a complete package – ready to capture perfect images, right out of the box.
    So, Mr. Fuji, would you care – or dare – to comment on all or any of the above?
    Nick H,
    Hong Kong.

  7. ARNE DANSK
    Mar 04 - 12:41 am

    WE HAVE BEEN READING THAT F2 LENS IS ONLY “AVERAGE” WHICH GOES ALONG WITH GALLERY COMPARASIONS TO THE LEICA LENS ON THE PANASONIC LX5,AND THAT IS SAD. THE NEW VIEWFINDER SOUNDS GREAT TO A VERY EXPERIENCED PHOTO PERSON. FUJI PLEASE FIX THAT” LENS SOFTNESS” !
    A VERY LIGHT WEIGHT SMALL FLASH FOR “FILL-INS” IS ENOUGH FOR MANY .
    arnmax1@gmx.com

  8. PRITHVI
    Mar 06 - 3:25 am

    LEICA USED TO THE BEST AT THAT PERIOD

    MAY BE NOSTALGIA, OTHER WISE I DOUBT WHETHER THIS CAMERA WILL BE PREFERRED

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