Joining last year's silver version, Fujifilm is releasing the X100S in an all-black. Everything else about the retro-inspired, high-end camera is the same as its silver kin, save for the swap-out of all things silver, including the lens and buttons up top for a sleek, classic look. It also comes with the same 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor, EXR II image processor, and hybrid phase-detection focus for improved focus speed. This X100S also picks-up a higher resolution LCD inside of its hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder as well as the same $1,299 price tag. Scheduled to be available at the end of January 2014 satisfies pent-up demand for back-to-basics photography in a world of mobile selfies. Look for more information at the Fujifilm website.