Fujifilm X100
Featuring a 12.3MP CMOS APS-C sensor, 720p 24-fps HD video capture, rangefinder-style controls, a hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder and a 35mm (equiv.) f/2 lens all for around $1,200. Satoshi

A new update for the Fujifilm FinePix X100 has just been released, and it brings 22 tweaks to the camera’s performance, interface and handling. This brings the X100 up to version 1.10, and there are one or two really interesting new features: you can now adjust aperture and shutter speed in 1/3 stop increments in priority modes, not just manual; image quality captured by Velvia / ASTIA mode is improved on mainly shadow tone (dark area), when dynamic range is set to 200% or 400%; red-eye removal is can now be set on or off, even in RAW mode.

It really is a laundry list of changes, some big, some little. We’ve embedded the entire list after the break, if you want to look through the entire list — and we don’t know where #19 on the list went, either.

The link above has a complete guide on how to install the firmware, so you can get the new features up and running on the X100 as soon as possible.