I've been a long-time fan of the Fuji X cameras. There, I've said it (phew!). The little X100 which I bought back in 2012 converted me - almost overnight - to a world away from DSLR's. I had been a C***n man for quite a while, and even with an assortment of lenses the X100 just hammered home to me (and the nails in the C***n's coffin) what a good, simple, high quality camera can give. Since then, I've owned the 100S, 100T, X-Pro1 & 2. That was until the point when I gave in and scratched the itch which was the OM-D E-M1. I now have the Pen F as well and love this utterly beautiful little beast of a camera. Still, I still have a candle lit for the X100 so yesterday I paid a visit to my local photographic dealer in Lincoln. I know the guys well (they've performed regular surgery on my open wallet) so they gave me half an hour or so to have a play with the X100F. I'm not going to say much more (to your relief I'm sure) but will post a couple of pictures I took with both the F and the Pen F. Lens was P20-1.7 on the Pen, all un-touched sooc jpegs. Only bummer is that I'd left the curves on the Pen at -1/+1 shadow/hi which makes the Pen's colours a little washed in the outdoor photo. Please take a look anyway... Test 1 by Boxertrixter, on Flickr Test 2 by Boxertrixter, on Flickr Test 3 by Boxertrixter, on Flickr Test 4 by Boxertrixter, on Flickr With its super-duper 24MP APS-C sensor I had expected the Fuji to look better but was surprised - shocked even - how damn well the Pen F held its own.