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Speaking of X100s: iPhone 6 vs. Regular Camera

Charlie Sorrel puts up a good one for the camera in the iPhone 6. The regular camera he uses? The Fujifilm X100S. Most amazingly, iPhone 6 jpegs hold up very well to post-processing.

The JPGs from both cameras take this abuse rather well. Even zoomed in to 100%, and with the red and orange sliders slammed all the way over to the right, there are no troublesome artifacts.

The entire article is worth a read. 

Source: iPhone 6 vs. Regular Camera … Fight!

John Gruber uses a Fujifilm X100s

It looks as if, even old Mr. Canon himself, has picked a lil' something something to fill the tap between his pocket camera, and his Canon 5D. And he loves his X100s:

I own and adore the year-old X100S. The T update brings face detection, Wi-Fi, the silent electronic shutter, and a few other improvements, but not enough for me to consider upgrading. This is a great camera.

For those of you in the not-know, John Gruber is a design and interface blogging guru. If a thing is broken, he rails on it. In his short post, he praised the X100s. Had he more time, would he have railed on Fujifilm's breaking of half and third-stops from the exposure and aperture dials to unlabelled rear dials?

or:

Does is his critical eye limited to computer software and hardware? Today's Daring Fireball post is in response to Ken Rockwell's glowing X100T review.

Source: Ken Rockwell Reviews the Fujifilm X100T