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All Black Version Of X100S

All Black Version Of X100S - Fujifilm has launched an all black version of the award winning X100S.

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Fujifilm X100S in Digital Cameras

X100S Black
Fujifilm has announced an all black version of the award winning X100S in response to strong demand from customers.

The multi-award winning Fujifilm X100S was named European Advanced Compact Camera of the year 2013-14 by EISA. Released in January 2013, it features a Fujinon 23mm F2 fixed single focal length lens and APS-C size X-Trans CMOS II sensor (16.3 million pixel, optical low-pass filter-less design).

Encompassing the world’s first Hybrid Viewfinder that lets you switch between its Optical Viewfinder and its Electronic Viewfinder, the X100S is a truly premium compact camera that is both portable and versatile.

All of its high quality components - including the top plate and dials - are uniformly black, which gives the camera a very premium feel. The new X100S Black is particularly suited to street photography; it’s very discreet and blends in with its surroundings, and its quiet release ensures that your subject need not be aware that they are being captured.

The following X100S accessories are now also available in black to coordinate:
  • 28mm wide angle photography via the Wide Conversion Lens (black)
  • Black lens hood
  • Adapter ring for the filter
  • Black Leather case  
The black X100S and black accessories (sold separately) will be available from January 2014. UK SRPs are as follows:
  • Fujifilm X100S Black - £999.99
  • Wide Conversion lens - £329.99
  • Black lens hood - £29.99
  • Adapter ring for the filter - £29.99
  • Black Leather case - £99.99
For more information, take a look at the Fujifilm website.

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