Alan Lai: FF equivalent whine....checkM43 sensor too small whine....checkToo big whine....checkToo expensive whine....checkAperture ring whine....checkOlympus is better whine....check
Back to topic: Good lens and handy focal length. Price is a little bit too high.
@radissimo, didn't realize "price is a little bit too high" counts as whine. Will calibrate my whine meter!
FF equivalent whine....checkM43 sensor too small whine....checkToo big whine....checkToo expensive whine....checkAperture ring whine....checkOlympus is better whine....check
SaltLakeGuy: Sadly yet another "back handed" quick review. I had a EM1 prior to picking up an X-T1 after researching the heck out of it. I had determined I was well tired of the all ISO noise of the mft cameras and loss of fine micro detail at higher ISO's as well. The Fuji X-T1 is perhaps he best camera I've owned (and that would be quite a few) since my D700. In fact in many ways to my eyes and hands it is a mini D700. it focus tracks like a wildcat in my tests so far with moving subjects. The colors are simply sublime (and you guys need to get it together and process the files for this camera in PhotoNinja if you expect a perfect result). The viewfinder didn't even get mentioned and is also a step forward. Personally I had NO problems adjusting to use of this camera after having had a EM1. I can well see their intention of the button design, it was this way to attempt to avoid mis steps in selection. It's more a question of "getting used to it" and once you do it is NO issue. Try again...
I see The X-T1 is your new toy and you are SO thrilled. But I think there is no need to bash on your old toys, because they served their purpose: being your toys, right?