It's been a lifetime coming, but it's finally arrived! Very well presented - packaging and body finish are excellent - packaging reminds me of Apple packaging, i.e. very well executed design and function Bit of camera unboxing pr0n And compared to the Trip 35 Solid construction - but not too heavy - you can tell it's metal and not plastic Lenses are tiny compared to my Canon ones, but feel solid - especially the 60mm which is the largest of the bunch Lens hoods are slightly strange in design, but if it works... X-Mount is smooth, lenses slot in nicely with a really positive click Manual comes with an addendum sheet already - not had time to review either yet! Charger is the same style as the X100, i.e. it has a power cable - takes one battery at a time And now some sample images from the X-Pro1 - all JPEG straight from the camera, std in camera JPEG settings - ISO200. 35mm f1.4 Lens Focussed through a Moroccan lantern f2.5 Succulent bloom - Macro Mode f2 Succulent bloom - Macro Mode f2 Standard f8 and you're there shot Wide open at f1.4 with the macro mode I noted - you get 1/3 stop increments on the aperture ring, nice! You can max out the shutter speed (1/4000) when wide open at f1.4 and base ISO of 200 - so you'll need ND filters to shoot this way in full sunlight - I do not believe there is a built-in ND filter as there was with the X100 - but I do need to RTFM Camera feels lovely to hold - shutter sounds different to the X100 (no longer a leaf shutter) AF similar to Canon but not as fast - faster than X100 is my first impression, but I need to test specifically 18mm f2 Lens f3.6 - had to stop down from wide open as I maxed out the shutter again! f16 Landscape shot f3.6 Lens handled well - AF seemed fine, and IQ looks good on first pass 60mm 2.4 Macro f8 - PP in Topaz B&W f2.8 - Getting AF to hit the bar and not the backdrop was challenging, probably operator error at this point Focus on man at f4 Landscape view at f8 Full Macro at f2.8 Full Macro at f2.8 Noted: The 60mm lens is huge compared to the body - sticks out a long way with it's oversized hood AF through the optical viewfinder is challenging - you get a frame pop up in the viewfinder to show you the field of view covered by the lens - this is a small area mid frame, and makes the AF point hard to see let alone position with any accuracy. Using the Electronic Viewfinder solves this problem, as you get the zoomed view at all times. The tiny lens cap on the 60mm is poor and loose and will get lost - probably not a huge deal. Filter size is tiny - just 39mm The lens feels very solid and the reach will make it ideal for sniping shots of people without them knowing you're shooting them.