Now I was a fan of the Leica X-Vario and I have missed it. Until now. Because I think that this is a better option. The lenses are faster than the X-Vario zoom and with the X100S's higher ISO performance being better (though not by much it has to be said) the X100s + conversion lenses is going to be a small compact, go anywhere, shoot in any kind of light system. Combined with the almost silent leaf shutter it's an unobtrusive system that will attract no attention, yet produce really high quality images. Plus let's not ignore the fact that it looks pretty stunning at the same time. Though it has to be admitted this is only to a certain kind of photographer. Because if you want to impress the general public you are much better off with the biggest DSLR and lens you can carry.
Finally, I've uploaded a raw file taken with the WCL-X100 (top of the page) so you can see how it performs. Click HERE to access it on Google Drive.
N.B. to see more on the cameras and lenses featured in this post click on the relevant labels (tags and keywords) at the bottom of this post.
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