I actually got some hands-on time with a pre-production unit at CES this year and it was very impressive. To be clear I only managed to use it for a couple of minutes, but the experience compared favorably with my use of the X100 in the past. The hybrid viewfinder is awesome.
I've been going back and forth between this and the RX1, but I think I'll wait until this comes to market and I can try it out further before making up my mind.
I'm very interested in that camera. Will buy it once I graduate and start my job next month. I got a chance to use X100 and was very impressed. Fuji has update X100s with many little tweaks, I'm hoping that it will be just perfect.
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When the X100s was first announced, I thought Fuji finally perfected the X100. However, at the same time the cost was $1299, while the X100 dropped to $550 in the second hand market. Now, the X100s is by all means a superior camera, but that doesn't make the X100 any less of a camera I personally don't have the cash for the X100s, but in some cases I don't know if I can justify spending double the price for faster af and other subtle features that I don't think I'll use. The X100 has adequate focus after the latest firmware, and I can live with it.
But I'm still interested in the X100s maybe once some second hand X100s hits the market... Can't wait to see what Fuji does to their X Pro 1!
DSLR: 60D, 24-105 F4L, 50mm 1.4, 580 Ex II Compacts: X100, ZX-1