I've used a few cameras since my first real SLR, the Pentax z-20. From Nikon D70 & D90, to Panasonic G7 & GH5, a Canon AF-1 SLR, and even a Sony A7II for a brief time, until I fell completely in love with Fuji after borrowing an X-T2.
My first Fuji was an X-T30, but it was an old X100S that really opened my eyes to the retro styling & the Fuji colors. I bought it second hand and it was in pretty rough shape. The charger was kept together using electrical tape, but after using it on a trip to Malaga, Spain I went all in and bought an X100F, and a bit later the X-T3. The X-T30 was sold, and I bought an X-E3, then an X-Pro 2, but sold both after a while to focus on the X100F and the X-T3.
Finally, I got a good offer on an X100V, so I sold the X100F. Earlier this year I sold the X-T3 and upgraded to an X-T5, and boy, o'boy -- the X-T5 with the XF 33 f/1.4mm has re-ignited my fire for photography once more.
Some shots from our trip to Malaga, captured with the X100s:
Two postcards from the beach.
Even in low light the old X100S sensor produced great photos.