Alongside the new X20, Fujifilm also decided to spill the beans on their latest high-end camera, the FinePix X100S, which as some of you may know is an upgrade from the X100 which was released only two years ago.

The new update brings a few new features, the most notable of which is that it is now the camera with the world’s faster autofocus speed hitting just 0.08 seconds.

Also included is the same 23mm f/2.0 Fujinon lens with a newly developed 16.3 megapixel APS-C sized Trans CMOS II sensor with updated processor and HQ hybrid viewfinder system.

The X100S may look very similar from the outside however as it carries the same body and design, however it isn’t with a removed low-pass filter and the new EXR Processor II, with higher processing speeds.

Fujifilm actually claims that image noise has been reduced by 30%.

With the new hybrid viewfinder, users of the camera can view images through the viewfinder with 100% field-of-view electronic overlay, there’s also an electronic resolution of 2.36 million dots, and a new optical power save mode.

The LCD screen remains 2.8 inches with 460k dots and the camera includes a half a second start-up time and shot-to-shot time with a minuscule 0.01 seconds of shutter lag.

There’s no news on pricing or a release date just yet, but you can keep up to speed with everything at our dedicated ces 2013 page.

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