A well made and solid camera.
At the time of this review the camera comes with two lens for the same price as the body alone.
The results are breathtaking. Clear, and amazing. It hasn't got in-built flash (although it does have a hot-show for a flash) and the photography at low light is awesome. I don't think I'll be buying a flash.
This is what Fuji excel at. The filters represent the 'old' type of film. sepia, proneg, monochrome. I love these little touches.
As with most cameras in this price category, it has so many features that you can't possible know about them all. The guide is fine. There are also loads of online (free) resources to get the most out of it. There's a useful book too (although I think it's a little overpriced.) Mastering the Fujifilm X-Pro 1
BEEFED UP X100
This is really a souped up version of the lovely Fuji X100. Which was one of Fuji's best cameras.
It was a little slow to focus. Not always just sometimes. I upgraded the firmware and it's no longer an issue.
A camera for the very serious amateur/semi-professional. The results from this beauty shouldn't disappoint.