I was very impressed with the Fuji X100S and it’s performance in low light levels. Considering I wasn’t using a tripod, I’m pleased with the results. Bill had his Fuji X20 with him during our trip to Granada recently, so it was interesting to experiment with the different settings to see if we could work out how to shoot at night. Apparently neither camera is supposed to perform very well at lower light levels, but I have to say I disagree. Possibly the only difficulty I had was shooting the Alhambra Palace all lit up against the black night sky, high up on the mount, but that was mostly because there was a glitch occurring with the camera focus. If I remember, Bills X20 had no issues at all. He took some great shots of the Palace. Granted we spent quite a lot of time fiddling with settings, trying to find the right one. What I discovered is that many more adjustments have to be made per subject at night because the differential in ambient light is much greater than it is during the daylight hours. Over all I was pleased that I managed to crack street-shooting at night with the X100S. A successful experiment.