Fuji X100s – the ultimate walkabout stock camera?

I’ve been a fan of Fuji’s higher-end cameras ever since I dumped a Nikon D70 for an end-of-line S3 Pro.
Fuji’s S3 Pro was based on an even older end-of-line Nikon film body and had some quirks that made it almost impossible to shoot in raw. Well, that’s not true – the S3 could shoot three consecutive RAW files before the camera locked up and “buffered” for the better part of 30 seconds.
I forgave the S3 Pro and used it as a primary camera long after it should have been replaced simply

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