The new Fujifilm X100S may look old school, but as anyone who graduated from kindergarten will tell you, it’s what on the inside that counts. While it looks similar to previous models externally, this fixed-lens includes a number of upgrades, beginning with a new 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor, a new EXR II image processor, and a hybrid phase-detection focus for improved focus speed. The X100S also picks-up a higher resolution LCD inside of its hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder backed-up by a digital split image manual focus system for those times when you need to fine-tune the details of your shot. Fujifilm also brings the camera up-to-date with a 1080/60p video capture at 36-megabits/second, more the enough to capture your exploits. It’s not really priced to bring in recreational snappers at $1,299, but its going to move when it releases at the end of March.