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Fujifilm X100S Hands-on Review

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We had a love-hate relationship with the X100 previously: we loved the concept but hated using it sometimes. Will the Fuji X100S(http://bit.ly/X100s) – the much …


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  1. Throughout watching this review, I kept thinking that one of the primary reasons for purchasing  this camera might be for is for its retro looks.. You can buy a lot of good stuff at the price of this camera. Would have been a cool camera if it cost $200, but at $800-1000 NOOOOOOPPPPEEEE

  2. These reviews are very poorly done. People do not want to see your weak attempts at comedy, they want a sensible, informative review. Grow up please and stop filling YouTube with this rubbish.

  3. Love the camera. Its nice and small similar to the leica series. A bit pricey, but highly recommend it. The biggest downside is that its not a full frame camera. so if youre looking for a full frame mirrorless i recommend a sony a7

  4. ¿Really is this man a photographer? I think he´s not mentally prepared for using this camera.
    Check the correct use of Fujifilm X100s. I know that it would be a way of marketing about the product,but its more interesting:


  5. Well, I have to tell you something, you're really cute and funny. But I'm looking to find information on the camera, I would like information on the camera, not a comedy. So just give us the information without too much around. Thank you

  6. Five years since its release I am still a huge advocate of my X100S. In fact, I love it so much that I used it on a client shoot today and just gave it a new leather case.

  7. Like most young YouTube reviewers Kai W Smartypants has all the swagger, shamelessness and technological awareness that will impress entitled millenial kids. What he clearly doesn't have, however, is the ability to actually take a decent photograph, and no amount of swagger, shamelessness and technology waffle can hide it. Sorry Kai, pointing your camera in any old direction, snapping a picture and calling it a photograph won't cut it in serious photography circles.

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