Fujifilm X-S1 Digital Camera Review$799.95
- Image Quality
The X-S1 can take some great photos. Shots are clean and pretty clear in most situations, even in low-light, where middle-upper ISO settings kick in. It handles wide dynamic ranges better than any superzoom we've tested, and colors are lifelike, with a pleasant coolness. But the lens doesn't live up to the sensor's potential, softening up details throughout the focal range, and dragging down the overall performance score. The infamous White Orbs appear from time to time as well, though not as frequently as they do on the X10 compact. On the whole, IQ is great for a fixed-lens camera, but at $800, it should be the best performer in the superzoom class, and it isn't.