Fujifilm has announced a stylish re-skin of its popular X100S compact in its raft of pre-CES announcements

One year since the release of the Fujifilm X100S, the firm has announced the release of an all-black update of the camera.

Sporting what was at the time the world’s first Hybrid Viewfinder, the X100S also features a 23mm fixed lens and an APS-C size X-Trans CMOS II sensor with 16.3million pixels of resolution.

To complete the look of your fancy new X100S, Fujifilm has also released several of its accessories in black, including the 28mm Wide Conversion Lens, the lends hood, the filter adapter ring and the leather case.

The new X100S can be yours for £999.99 once it is released this month. The wide conversion lens will set you back £329.99, the lens hood and adapter ring £29.99 each, and the leather case £99.99.