You won't be sorry, but expect a learning curve if you're coming from a dslr. Amazing camera.
Justin R, Amazon
3 September 2015
Summary: This is very different coming from a dslr, so expect a learning curve. You won't pick this up and shoot it as familiarly as your dslr, but once you learn it and get used to it, its an awesome camera. The image quality of the jpegs is outstanding.
Summary: if you have been considering getting into mirrorless APS-C - either moving up from a smartphone or down from an DSLR - this is a good deal. The used bodies are cheap, and since they are built like a tank, they should work fine (unless abused).
Summary: bought a brand new x-e1 and love it! this is an incredible camera. if you can't afford the fuji x-e2, get this one. it's just as good! pros: if you come from old-school 35mm film cameras you'll appreciate the design. images are excellent, even better the the expensive top cameras.
A lot of money for what you get. Don't pay too much for it if you get one used!
Alien Bitflipper, Amazon
12 April 2015
Summary: As a long -time fan of Fuji, especially their classic lenses and great films, I wanted to like this camera. Many great features, such as easy-to-use and handy exposure compensation, and manual adjustments are spoiled by a few details that are very important in this type of camera. Downsides?
Summary: Update: Yes, it is true- the exposure compensation dial is way too easy to nudge loose, but there are plenty of reminders in the viewfinder and on screen and if you glance carefully at the camera dial. The rubber viewfinder surrounds are a pocket dust magnet.
Summary: I bought this slightly used. It was near mint. The most important thing is to update the firmware ASAP- this ensures it is compatible the various lenses, improves the operation of auto focus etc.