Summary: WOW...fuji is making some great lenses. I was going to hold off and get the (probably) more expensive 56mm f 1.2 lens coming out later this year or next Spring...but this lens has some pretty great reviews and for probably a lot less money. Totally satisfied.
Summary: I bought this lens about a year ago. At first I didn't like how it coupled with the XPRO 1 since most of the photos were nothing special, it was slow, and the focus sometimes missed the subject. But after the update, its a whole different lens. Its quicker and more precise. The colors are saturated and amazing. I love the shots of flowers and plants and while I had toyed with the idea of selling the leans a few months ago, now I wouldn't dream of it.
Summary: (My last review of this lens discussed a lens that produces solid image quality marred with a slow auto and manual focus, however, the focus issues have been fixed by a firmware update.) Look and feel: this portrait angle lens is a relatively small low profile that fits well in proportion with the x-pro1 body. The lens hood is quite large and doubles its lens length. Lens and hood (!) is all metal in construction.
Summary: Great lens. AF works ok, (not the Fuji X cameras strength) as a 60mm lens. Light, small, well made. I have gotten some stunning macro photographs, better than many using my Nikon D800 with 105mm Macro, or 200mm Macro, but the autofocus on many things just plain does not work. White flowers... forget it. While technically the problem of the camera XE-1, this seems to be the lens it is most pronounced with. So, I shoot manually. But the lens produces stunning photos.
Pros: Image Quality
Cons: Autofocus for macro on Fuji X camera is completely useless