Made a deal with Luke to get his X100S and he my X100. I decided to do a test to get some shots for my "Life Amid the Ruins" series in which I shoot urbex handheld in dark places. The X100S should improve the quality of the shots even without stabilization. This was a quick lunchtime trip so I didn't get a lot and some things simply didn't work out. I was able to get some shots at slow speeds but unlike Zack Arias, I couldn't get down to a 1/4 second hand held, lol. Two of these are ISO 6400, one is ISO 1600 and one is an ISO 12800 shot. One is ISO 800 but it's from an HDR bracket. Here's what I got. ISO 6400 first Life Amid the Ruins: Wheeless Chair by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr ISO 800 HDR bracket. Life Amid the Ruins: Seeing the Now from the Then by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr ISO 6400 again Life Amid the Ruins: Larkspur #414 by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr This next one is the ISO 12800 Life Amid the Ruins: Yazoo by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr Next is ISO 1600 Life Amid the Ruins: Couple of Hosers by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr Overall I'm quite impressed. Everything was shot JPG but I did post process. I only had to manual focus a couple of times the whole day though I had to pick my point to focus on carefully. Still, I don't think the X100 would have focused at all in many of these situations.