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Fujifilm X100S digital 16.3MP camera bundle $1500

Fujifilm X100S digital 16.3MP camera bundle
Fujifilm X100S digital 16.3MP camera bundle
Fujifilm X100S digital 16.3MP camera bundle

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New South Wales

Fujifilm X100S digital camera package, $1500:

-       Camera (bought for $1500)

-       Brown leather case (RRP $500)

-       Two batteries

-       Charger

-       Shoulder strap

-       Lens cap

-       USB cable


LIKE BRAND NEW. Selling because I have no use for this camera. I use film and tried to get into digital but found that I rarely picked this one up. It’s too beautiful to waste sitting on a shelf in my apartment – it deserves a good home! No scratches, no signs of damage, leather case is in great condition - a few minor scuffs on the back (pictured) - batteries hold well and charger works quickly. 


The basics:

- 16.3 million megapixels

- High-end compact camera that produces images on a par with a DSLR without the weight and bulk

- Retro styling and control combined with modern technology

- The Fuji X100S makes 70 improvements on the original Fuji X100

- Hybrid viewfinder

- Camera connects to iPhoto on Mac for easy upload


The really technical stuff:

- Has an APS-C format sensor, but it's an X-Trans CMOS II device.

Unlike most cameras that use a Bayer pattern of red, green, green and blue receptors (usually referred to as RGGB) arranged in a 2 x 2 grid, the X-Trans CMOS II device uses a 6 x 6 RGGB filter array pattern, with a random arrangement of colour filters within each block of 36 photo receptors. This means that the sensor is less prone to suffering from moiré patterning, and as a result Fuji is able to omit the anti-aliasing filter that overlays most digital camera sensors. The benefit of this is that the camera is able to produce sharper, more detailed images.


- 16.3 million pixel count in the sensor.
The camera's 16.3MP sensor is coupled with a new EXR Processor II, which the company claims helps the Fuji X100S produce images with around 30 per cent higher signal to noise ratio than those from the Fuji X100. continuous shooting rate of 6fps for up to 29 images at full resolution, and a shutter lag of just 0.01sec.raw files are recorded as 14-bit instead of 12-bit, Full HD video (1920 x 1080) footage can be recorded at up to 60fps rather than 720p footage at 24fps, and the maximum sensitivity setting has been pushed up 1EV to ISO 6400. There are also two expansion settings equivalent to ISO 12,800 and 25,600 that can only be used when shooting JPEG images - raw file shooting is impossible.

- Lens Modulation Optimiser reduces the impact of diffraction and corner softness to produce sharper images, even at smaller apertures such as f/16.


- Fixed 23mm f/2 lens made up of eight elements in six groups and including a double-sided aspherical element and highly refractive converging glass elements, which increase detail resolution and reduce aberration. Fujinon's HT-EBC coating has also been applied, to reduce flare and ghosting.


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