Get Fujifilm X-Pro2 at B&H Photo.
Update: see my commentary on the Sony A6300 vs Fujifilm X-Pro2.
See existing reviews of Fujifilm X. Now, Fujifilm has upped the ante with a high-res EVF and 24 megapixels.
When the X-Pro2 arrives, I’ll take a fresh look at what Fujifilm has to offer, using the X-Pro2 along with the Fujifilm XF 90mm f/2, Fujifilm XF 35mm f/2, Fujifilm XF 23mm f/1.4 and Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f/4.
Note that the equivalent focal lengths / apertures on full frame vs APS-C would be 135/2.8, 52/2.8, 35/2, 15-36/5.6, so these are not fast lenses by any stretch—but that’s the trick to make APS-C cameras look smaller and lighter: non-equivalence*. That said, lenses of suitable speed for many purposes is an idea I generally like.
* See Format-Equivalent Depth of Field and F-Stop. While f-stop is always f-stop regardless of format size (sensor or film size), the feel is not the same: one has to use a shorter focal length and one-stop-faster aperture to achieve the same field of view and degree of blur or, alternately, the same focal length and f-stop at a greater distance, which changes the perspective. In practice (lens availability) APS-C lacks the ability to achieve wide aperture blur qualities, since APS-C needs f/1.0 to deliver the same blur characteristics as f/1.4 on full frame. Whether this matters at all is a personal choice.