I've promised to do some comparisons between them and I'll do that at the end of my X-E2 review. All nicely retro of course, but in a good way, unlike the Nikon Df. I was really disappointed by the design of the Nikon and appalled by what they are charging for it in the UK. Good job I don't like it.
One of the nice thing about Fuji is the pricing. The X-Pro 1 was somewhat expensive at first and I still think the X100S is overpriced, but that seems to be the case for all these fixed lens super compacts. However the bodies above are now at a very decent price for a system and the lenses are mostly reasonable, if not cheap. Fuji also do lots of deals, one after the other. Now this is either a clever marketing ploy or they just can't sell them, Whatever the reason its a lot easier to buy into one of the best all round systems these days.
I've had some issues with the raw processing but I've always loved using the cameras. And I've certainly got a nice choice at the moment.
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