I have been shooting NEX cameras for a number of years and recently spent time shooting a Fuji XE-1. They are all quiet good and capable of outstanding results. What I find entrusting is how much talk there is about the Fuji and it's AMAZING JPEGs. My experience was that they were good but I didn't find myself wowed by them. In fact, I thought that they were a bit flat and soft SOOC (even using the much loved Fuji film simulations). Now RAW was a different story and I though the Fuji was capable of some of the best images I have ever seen on an APS-C camera. That said, my "ancient" NEX 6 is capable of some nice results too. These are all MF using adapted lenses. Konica Hexanon 40/1.8 fallen angel by kevin dixey, on Flickr Canon FD 50/1.4 SSC loner color by kevin dixey, on Flickr This last one was a JPEG using the BW creative mode... Konica Hexanon 40/1.8 the model by kevin dixey, on Flickr This not a knock on the Fuji. They make great stuff. The cameras have a lot going for them and those lenses are certainly drool worthy. FWIW I'd love to have an X-Pro 1 and 35/2 to play with but the NEX (or Alpha) is also pretty good. I think in the excitement over new stuff sometimes we forget what the gear we have can do when asked.