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Well it looks like there is about a year and a half to two years between the x10 and x20, so If i pick one up I shouldn't have to worry about a replacement soon.

I'm going to go back to the store today with a memory card and snap some pics and check them out at home.

I'm still not 100% sure if I wanna shell out for a second camera, but out of all the ones i've tested so far i like the fuji the best.
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Though I'd love to see an x10 (or an x30 I suppose?) with a larger sensor and such, I doubt there will be any new ones in that line at least in the next year or so.

X100s.
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X100s.
Ya, I like that one a lot. I only wish it wasn't a 23mm fixed focal length. Sometimes you just cant get close to stuff, in which case its really nice to have at least a little zoom.
    
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Have you tried just walking around with a single lens or shooting at a single focal length all day?
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and on topic, the x100 and x100s both have fixed non removable lens's right?
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Have you tried just walking around with a single lens or shooting at a single focal length all day?
I've tried with my 50mm once but just not as versatile as I'd like.
    
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I assume you have a crop-sensor body, then -- 50mm is a terrible walk-around lens, (for most people) in that case.
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damn it, all set on going and buying the x20 tomorrow, and will play with it over the weekend and see if i'm going to keep it or not.

The macro mode is amazing, and the test shots were pretty good.

if this camera is as good as it seems, I could really see myself selling my canon 17-40f4 L since the x20 covers the same range, but with a faster lens.

I'll pick one up, check out my favorite park, then wonder downtown over the weekend.

Though I did find a mint x100s for $850... what to do what to do.
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Ya, it was a crop sensor and was horrible. Would still like to ge able to zoom in a bit for stuff more thsn 10ft away.
    
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crappy thing is there are no cheap 35mm lens's for crop bodies. the cheapest ones start at 3x the price of the cheap 50's from nikon and canon.
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