Matt here with a short blog posts about my experience using the X100s. Right off the bat, I want to say that I don’t write technical reviews. I write reviews based off experience. I don’t pixel peep. If you want to see density and ISO charts, there are a lot of great websites that offer those. Now, with that out of the way…let me tell you about my experience with owning, and shooting everyday, at weddings, etc. with the Fuji X100s. I had the original X100, so I was already familiar with the layout of the X100s when I upgraded to it. So, there wasn’t a big learning curve with the camera for me. It might be different for you, however. One of the first things that struck me like a ton of bricks upon using the X100 for the first time was the total difference in shooting with it vs. shooting with a DSLR. Your entire way of shooting becomes different. You can see more of the world around you with the X100s if you hold the camera properly, so that one eye can see your surroundings while the other looks through the VF. More on that later…….