Fuji X100s Video

Though hardly, I suspect, a reason for people to buy it or not, the Fuji X100s shoots HD video (1080 at 60 and 30fps only) Like the X-T1 the footage looks great and I particularly like the colour with those rich greens. 

Once again I can only repeat that if anyone from Fuji is reading this, I think you are missing a trick by not improving the video offer on your cameras. All the basics are in place now and the quality is there for all to see. I can see no reason why it's treated as almost an afterthought. There is obvious potential here and surely it's only to your advantage as a company and a camera maker to add some of the features that owners of other manufacturers products take for granted. Surely the idea of making great cameras with great lenses even better isn't a bad thing, quite the reverse. I'd love to make Fuji my primary, exclusive work system, but until the video implementation improves, that won't happen. 

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