The 18-55mm lens is a beautiful kit lens for what it is. It isn't a Leica lens. Oh well. I can accept that. What this camera puts out for RAW, I have to wait and see. The two main issues with Fuji X cameras are the RAW files aren't being converted to their capacity, and the AF hit or miss in low light. Well, it's not just in low light. I thought I had the focus nailed on a Scooter outside in bright sunlight, and well, I didn't. Now, I blame myself. I'm sure I did something wrong there. But the AF is slower than many cameras I've used. Still, the files coming out, the JPEG files that is, are so beautiful. The Fuji lenses have the right sharpness, and the sensor gives lovely results.
Still, I would like a camera the size of a Fuji X10, X20 or Sony RX100 with an APS-C sensor in it and interchangeable lenses. The closest to that is the Sony NEX 5, but I don't care for their kit lenses. The Fuji Lenses are so much better.
|Zeke, a Miniature Schnauzer I saw at The Coffee Shop down the street.|
|Ozzy and his Shadow|
|Handsome Ozzy in morning light|
|Ozzy Mug Shot|
|16:9 Ratio of Ozzy|
|Vespa Scooter I saw behind Coffee Shop. So many of these around town in Arizona.|
|Ozzy checking out the camera. Yeah, It's a nice camera, Ozzy.|
|My favorite ratio is 1:1 square in this camera set to Standard Film/filter. Ahh, whatever they call the selection.|
|The JPEGS coming out of the Fuji X-E1 are beautiful The slow AF, not so much.|