As those who know me personally will know, my digital photographic life has been turned upside-down in recent months by my Fujifilm X100. This compact, high-quality big-sensor rangefinder-style camera inspired me in ways that no digital camera before was able to do, and completely changed my idea of what the digital side of my workflow should be. Loving the X100 and wanting to take things to the next step, I have sold off all of my Canon DSLR equipment and have now invested in the X100's interchangeable-lens big brother, the Fujifilm X-Pro1.
I've been shooting with the X-Pro1 and the 35mm (equivalent to a 50mm on a full-frame camera) f/1.4 lens now for several days, and have been continually blown away by the photos I've been getting from it. I've thrown it into several different situations - portraits, street, concerts, etc. - and have been learning how it behaves and responds. It's everything I loved about the X100, taken to a new level.
I could ramble on about this remarkable camera, but I thought the best way to showcase it would be to simply share some photos. Click on each to embiggen them. And you'll definitely be seeing plenty of X-Pro1 photos on my Flickr and 500px accounts from now on.