Fuji has unveiled the new X-S1 superzoom camera, which is the latest in the X-Series cameras that also include the popular X100 and the new, trendy X10 point and shoot. The Fuji X-S1 sports a 26x optical zoom lens (24-624mm equivalent) and a 2/3″ 12MP image sensor with the ability to capture RAW image files.
The X-S1 features Fuji’s signature EXR mode and captures 1080p video with stereo audio. It includes an articulating LCD and makes serious performance claims of 0.01 second shutter lag and 7fps image capture at full resolution.
The Fuji X-S1 should be available in the UK in February at an initial retail price of £699. No word yet on official US pricing. Check availability on Amazon.com.
Check out the key features and more images of the X-S1 below.
Fujifilm X-S1 Key Features
- High quality Fujinon 26x optical zoom covering 24-624mm (35mm equivalent) with Intelligent Digital Zoom boosting range up to 1248mm
- Superb build quality and finish with rubberised coating and metal dials
- 12 megapixel EXR CMOS sensor
- Up to 10 frames-per-second shooting
- Large EVF with 1.44 million pixels and 26 degree viewing angle
- Tiltable three-inch rear LCD with Sunny Day mode
- Full HD video
- PASM modes
- Raw file format
- Film simulation modes
- Macro focusing down to 1cm
- Lithium battery providing up to 500 shots per charge
- Optical image stabilisation
- 360° Motion Panorama mode
More via Fujifilm’s website.