I came across your site some months ago when I was researching the Fuji x100 and found your review very helpful. I’ve been a fan of your site ever since and it is part of my daily reads now.
After returning from a trip to Hawaii, where I yet again lugged around my heavy Nikon SLR setup, including an 85mm 1.4 and 70-200mm 2.8, while additionally carrying a toddler, I had it. I couldn’t possibly imagine carrying around my Nikon on one more trip. At the same time, I couldn’t possibly imagine traveling without a camera at all, and I’m too much in love with fast high quality lenses, to ever use a point-and-shoot. That’s when I came across the Fuji x100 for the first time, and it seemed to fit my needs very well. Partially because of your review, partially because of the positive buzz around the internet, I took the plunge and ordered the x100; I couldn’t be happier. I realize that by now the x100 is old news, but I figured I’d share a few images anyhow. I hope these show, that despite the tiny package, single focal length and the two-year old technology, this little guy is more than capable of producing even pretty decent, album-worthy wedding photos. All three shots taken with the x100, manual mode, wide open at f2.
Sebastian Ruehlmann (Seattle)
PS: Now let me take a closer look at this Olympus OM-D…