The annual Consumer Electronics Show is a chance for manufacturers to come and show off their latest and greatest products to tens of thousands of gadget-obsessed attendees. If you couldn't be on the show floor, don't worry. We're breaking down the best stuff from the show on an updating basis. Here are some of our picks for the most important new pieces of kit.
At the Fujifilm press event, company reps were eager to tell the crowd how many of the new features on the new X-series cameras were inspired by customer requests. The new X-Trans CMOS II sensors crank up the signal to noise ratio by a claimed 30% and also have built-in phase detection AF pixels to help boost the AF some users found a bit lacking in the original X100 and the X10. Both cameras also got new features in their viewfinders as well. The X100s now has 100% coverage and an interesting split-screen focusing feature, while the X20 gets a new layer of information laid over the image. All welcome additions.