GothtinPowers: So how do these compare to dedicated film scanners like the Nikon coolscans?
From what I've seen against the coolscan 9000 and Epson V700/750, the Epson's aren't able to resolve as much detail and generally aren't as good but they are pretty decent, plus you can scan a very wide verity of formats.
I still think and presume Fuji should and will, sometime in the future, produce a range of f/4 zooms to coincide with their f/2.8 zooms due to there being a market for those who want smaller lenses and do not need such fast speeds on their lenses. I also think the same about their primes, I think there definitely a market for smaller compact f/2 primes similar to their 18mm and it would be nice to see their f/1.4 (and 56mm) primes all in f/2. Although there could be an issue with having a small 23mm as Fuji might think it could start to tread on the toes of the x100 series.
The lenses are looking to be a good size for what they are.
Them M's look so beautiful
Viewfinder looks just a tad big...