The X100S is what FujiFilm calls the new and improved X100, which they launched last year. Among more than 70 improvements are features that professional photographers asked for and the company is clearly trying to distinguish itself in the market by catering to the feedback of the creative professionals it aims for. We got a chance to test out the new camera and take a few snaps with it. Below you will find them in no particular order and in varying light conditions that the venue allowed for, and I’m surprised at how beautiful the images look without being a full-frame camera nor a full-fledged DSLR. This could be a game-changer if marketed right.