Fujifilm X100S Price in Singapore

The Fujifilm X100 is one of Fujifilm’s best models. It’s a wonder then why Fujifilm would want to evolve this model further. Today, the Fujifilm X100 S, the latest in its line-up is here in Singapore. Working from where it picked up with the X100, the Fujifilm X100 S develops the camera with the same looks but better specs. Let’s see how the Fujifilm X100 S comes in Singapore. Read more below.

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Fujifilm X100S Specs

Fujifilm X100S Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateDec 2013
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC,SDXC
Display diagonal7.11 cm (2.8")
Built-in microphone
Ports & interfaces
USB version2.0
HDMI connector typeMini
Weight & dimensions
Width126.5 mm
Depth53.9 mm
Height74.4 mm
Weight405 g
Weight (including battery)445 g
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity6400
Light exposure modesAperture priority AE, Manual, Shutter priority AE
Light exposure correction± 2EV (1/3EV step)
ISO sensitivity (min)200
ISO sensitivity (max)6400
Light exposure controlProgram AE
Picture quality
Camera typeCompact camera
Megapixel16.3 MP
Sensor typeCMOS
Maximum image resolution4896 x 3264 pixels
Still image resolution(s)L : (3:2) 4896 x 3264 / (16:9) 4896 x 2760 / (1:1) 3264 x 3264\nM : (3:2) 3456 x 2304 / (16:9) 3456 x 1944 / (1:1) 2304 x 2304\nS : (3:2) 2496 x 1664 / (16:9) 2496 x 1408 / (1:1) 1664 x 1664
Image stabilizer
Video recording
Maximum video resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
HD typeFull HD
Video formats supportedH.264,MOV
Auto focusing (AF) modesContinuous Auto Focus, Single Auto Focus
Flash modesAuto
Shoe mounting point
Shoe mounting point typeHot
White balanceAuto
Shooting modesShutter priority
Self-timer delay10 s
Dioptre correction
Power source typeBattery
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Fastest camera shutter speed1/4000 s
Slowest camera shutter speed30 s
Colour of productSilver

Retro looks on the outside, futuristic features inside

Do you love old-school cameras? Do you love manual shooting with a hint of modern technology? Then you will love the Fujifilm X100 S! When you first glance at it, the Fujifilm X100 S in Singapore looks like an old piece of photographic equipment. But start using it and you realise it is the future of photography.

Everything you love in a DSLR

Using mirrorless technology, Fujifilm has managed to captivate the photographer in you. The camera comes with 3 aspect ratios, namely 1:1, 3:2, 16:9. When it comes to pixels, the Fujifilm X100 S comes in at 16.3 MP. With a CMOS sensor and Fujinon Single focal length lens, the Fujifilm X100 S is made to impress even professional photographers. The Fujifilm X100 S packs everything we love about mirrorless DSLRs into one small casing.

Fujifilm X100 S best shots

Every camera has its niche – a specific category of photography it specializes in. the Fujifilm X100 S is particularly fond of panoramic shots. With the Motion Panorama at 180° Vertical: 9600 x 2160 Horizontal: 9600 x 1440 and 120° Vertical: 6400 x 2160 Horizontal: 6400 x 1440 you are bound to love it too. The X100 S also excels at angular shots so if you are focusing on street art and buildings etc., you can be sure that the shots will be great.

Selling point

The Fujifilm X100 S wows in every aspect, but the ultimate selling point is something from the glory days of manual photography – the split image viewfinder. Remember back in the day when SLR cameras had split image viewfinder? The square in the middle of the viewfinder determined clarity of focus of your shot. That exact same technology has been revolutionized into digital means in the Fujifilm X100 S. This time it is even quicker and sharper thanks to digital technology.

So is the Fujifilm X100 S worth the price tag? The simple answer is yes! If you’re looking for a small DSLR with all the precision of yesterday coupled with the technology of tomorrow, you find it in the Fujifilm X100 S.

Fujifilm X100S Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2013-05-02
Useful Q for Quick Menu button, Faster AF and processing than X100, Hybrid viewfinder is a treat to use, New manual focusing tools, Increased acuity with XTrans II sensor, Bestofclass ISO performancePower switch triggers easily, AF accuracy still needs work, Odd image artifacts sometimes appear, Raw workflow still not optimal
Released in early 2011, the Fujifilm X100 is as much of a classic as a modern-day camera can get. It changed the game in many ways - it was the first large-sensor, fixed-lens camera to hit the market, and thanks to its success, Sony and Nikon have joined ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
The original X100 was brilliant, but not flawless. With the updated X100S Fujifilm has addressed all the major issues very effectively, creating a camera that's even harder to resist. It's now on record that Fujifilm had no idea how the market would re...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
The camera which started it all for Fujifilm's X Series gets some key upgrades which significantly enhance its performance and make it more desirable than ever. Fujifilm's original X100 was responsible for quite a number of things. It turned quite a fe...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-12
If the Canon 5D Mark III is the world's best DSLR and the Fuji X100S is the world's best digital camera, which is best?Easy: they are each best for different things. They are each completely different kinds of cameras, just as girls are completely differe...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-11
Let's compare a , and , each with a 35mm f/2 lens. Let's see how well the real-world combinations of lenses and cameras compare. No one ever dares do comparisons aga......
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Reviewed on 2014-02-24
Fujifilm's portable Finepix X100S is the second entrant in our retro camera round-up, and it comes armed with a beefy 16.3-Megapixel sensor and both a LCD display and a viewfinder with two modes - but is it enough to take the top-spot? Hit play to find...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-31
Attractive, retro rangefinderstyle design, Improved (excellent) still image quality that's even better thanks to second generation XTrans sensor technology, Great, sharp f/2 35mmequivalent lens, Overall better operation and performance than the X100, Addi...Lowlight AF slow and inconsistent, Video quality, even at 60p, compromised by moire and lack of image stabilization, Combined fourway pad/Command dial means AF control points cumbersome to change, Too easy to bump control dials and change settings acciden...
The Fuji X100 launched the highly successful X-series of cameras, offering great image quality in a relatively compact body, with loads of enthusiast-pleasing features and a unique "hybrid" optical viewfinder. It was apparently very successful for its mak...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-01
I don’t purchase cameras very often, but when I do I have good reasons why. At the most I ...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-16
Premium compact cameras are often billed as lighter companions to a DSLR, but few people would spend $1350 on a backup camera. That means the Fujifilm X100S needs to appeal enough to enthusiasts that they make it their primary camera – a challenge for a m...
Reviewed on 2013-08-25
Please note that this is not a technical review of the Fuji x100s. There are many great reviews already written by photographers who are technically more savvy than I am. This is simply an account of my experience as I make my first steps away from a D...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-23
Compact size. Amazing photo quality. You look cool using itControls take longer than usual to master. Battery life and meter can cut a planned long day shooting too short
The Fujifilm X100S is the camera you want without even knowing it.Sure, for an aspiring photographer, the lure of a DSLR can be strong. But when faced with a massive array of lenses and their exceeding bulk, that temptation can quickly turn into intimidat...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-21
Superior 16MP stills, Excellent Hybrid viewfinder, Very responsiveExpensive, Not geared toward casual users, no matter how much money they have, Small LCD screen with so-so quality
The invasion of the large sensor cameras with fixed focus lenses continues. It's not epic levels but there's definitely been a veritable wave of these babies flowing into our offices over the past few months. And who are we to argue about a trend of super...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-17
More importantly, however, the camera itself has been given an upgrade, in the form of the physically identical X100S (which, of course, the converter also fits). Improvements can be seen in almost everything – and that was starting from a heck of a basel...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-24
Premium compact cameras are often billed as lightweight companions to a DSLR, but few people would spend £1,000 on a backup camera. That means the Fujifilm X100S needs to appeal to photography enthusiasts enough that they make it their primary camera, whi...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-21
Hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder with exposure and focus area overlay, Highquality lens, fast, sharp and hardly any optical flaws, Excellent build quality, Excellent image quality at low ISOs, Responsive in most shooting modes (unless you're brack...Image quality less than what is achievable from an APSC sensor, No shake reduction, Slow and somewhat inaccurate autofocus, LCD smallish and of low resolution by today's standards, Shutter speeds can't go lower that 1/4 s in autoexposure modes, Quirky con...
The Fujifim X100s replaces the X100 which created quite a stir when it was introduced due to its classy retro design, unique and excellent viewfinder, and large sensor (APS-C sized).The X100 was, however, marred by a number of quirks which made it a less...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-05
Fantastic SLRlike image quality, even at high ISOs, nifty hybrid viewfinder, cool lookIt's expensive, Fuji's menu system is less intuitive than alternatives
When it first arrived in 2011, the Fujifilm X100 got style-conscious photographers talking, thanks to its throwback, rangefinder-inspired body that wouldn't look out of place on the set of Mad Men. Most tech products that boast great looks like that seem ...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-03
The Fujifilm X100S ($1,299.95 list) is the follow-up to Fuji’s groundbreaking X100 digital camera. Like its predecessor it features a retro design that makes it look more like a 1960s-era Leica than a modern digital camera, a hybrid viewfinder system that...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-01
Hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder. Superb high ISO image quality. 35mm wide-angle field of view. Fast f/2 lens. Excellent control layout. Fast focus. Continuous shooting at 5fps. X-Trans image sensor. Wide-angle adapter available.Bigger than some other large-sensor compacts. Lens suffers from edge softness. Macro shots at wide apertures have a soft-focus look. Video could be better. No image stabilization. Rear LCD could be sharper
The Fujifilm X100S ($1,299.95 list)£629.99 at SlrHut is the follow-up to Fuji's groundbreaking X100 digital camera. Like its predecessor it features a retro design that makes it look more like a 1960s-era Leica than a modern digital camera, a hybrid viewf...
Reviewed on 2013-07-01
Look-wise, they look identical, except the 'S' symbol on the front. It's the same 'range finder' camera looks, retro style and compact body. But a better processor, sensor and faster auto-focusing motor. Does that make it a worthy upgrade?Chaitanya Tapase...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-26
£1,000 is a huge amount of money to spend on a compact camera, but the X100S has the charisma and charm to make people suspend their rational judgement. The gorgeous retro design closely resembles its little sibling, the Fujifilm X20, but manages to lo...
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