I know a lot of you X100 shooters like shooting wide and bought the Fuji WCL. I tend to go the other way and as much I like the 35mm FOV, I also am a fan of 50mm. So I picked up a couple 1.4 tele conversion lenses on the cheap. They are cartoonishly soft at the edges when shot wide open.....almost like the world's most expensive LOMO......LOL. Still, the center is plenty sharp and it was a cheap purchase. Definitely fun for experimental type photography or likely a nice portrait option. Stopped down to around f5.6 it's still a bit soft, but much more useable in a normal sort of way. You'd never use it for landscape shots where you demand corner to corner sharpnesss, but again, the cost of admission was around $30 for each of them. If there's any kind of geeky test shots you want to see, just ask. I shot a few quickies (with NO tripod unfortunately, so VERY unscientific.....and of course, some of the blur is my poor technique in a dark room). First a shot WITHOUT the conversion lens and the camera @f5.6 DSCF1089 by Lukinosity, on Flickr And here is from the same spot with the conversion lens (also f5.6)..... DSCF1091 by Lukinosity, on Flickr it's a big chunk of glass..... DSCF1093 by Lukinosity, on Flickr easy to hide behind..... DSCF1094 by Lukinosity, on Flickr a side view from the hunchback..... DSCF1095 by Lukinosity, on Flickr crazy soft @ f2 DSCF1096 by Lukinosity, on Flickr marginally better @ f2.8 DSCF1097 by Lukinosity, on Flickr f4 was too blurry from motion shake, but here we are at f5.6.....quite useable if sharpness isn't more main goal DSCF1099 by Lukinosity, on Flickr f8 was roughly the same. Let me know if you want any specific shots and I'll see what I can do for you. Also, after a bit more testing, I'll have one for sale if anyone wants one. It'll be around $30 + shipping if you are interested.