The annual Consumer Electronics Show is a massive shrine to new gear and gadgets, which makes it the perfect place for us. We've been walking the floor and checking out the latest stuff for a couple of days now, selecting the best and most intriguing new stuff to appear in this gallery. We'll be adding to it until they kick us out and padlock the doors.
Yes, it's beautiful. And sure, it looks a lot like Leica's M9-P, but it's what's on the inside that makes Fujifilm's pro-grade ILC one of the most interesting pieces here in Vegas. It uses a unique APS-C sensor that promises better low-light performance and more appealing noise patterns. It has built-in shooting modes that emulate popular films and it's going to launch with three fast prime lenses. It's a bit expensive, but as a first generation product, it has a ton of promise.