There's plenty of detail in the feathers of this duck, although there are some artefacts in the highlights of the JPEG file - but they are only visible if you pixel peep.
The raw file version has some colour noise in the highlight areas on the duck's feathers.
Colour, contrast and exposure are spot on here.
The macro focus option was required to get this flowerhead sharp.
Taken in low light at 1/60 sec at f/2.0 and ISO 400. Noise is well controlled.
The mixed lighting of a covered market proved a challenge for the automatic white balance system and has resulted in a slight yellow cast to this image.
All the noise reduction was turned off when processing this ISO 6400 raw file using the supplied SilkyPix software, but there's little colour noise visible.
Taken using the Dramatic Tone advanced filter to boost saturation and contrast.
Using the Green Selective Colour advanced filter has rendered all but the green of the bicycle frame black and white.
The Fuji X100S produces some nice monochrome images in-camera, with a good tonal range and contrast.