Season's greetings to you.
I purchased the Fuji X-E1 with the Fujinon 35mm 1:1.4 from the lads at Drummoyne. They have a great 'kit' price.
It fills the bill perfectly for what I was after and, for the first time with a walk-around camera, I can get stunning image quality.
I am using it with Lightroom 4.3 and shooting RAW. The files are delicious. Earlier versions of Lightroom, and pre-CS6 ACR cannot read the Raw files. I have had LR for years and largely ignored it so now I have incentive to acquaint myself with it more thoroughly.
There is so much that is so right with the camera - right down to using regular cable releases that just screw into the button.
The 'Q' menu is a cracker and having a regular aperture ring and shutter speed dial makes it so much more intuitive for folk of our era.
If I have any small complaint (or observation more than a complaint if the truth be known) the camera needs to be removed from a tripod in order to change battery or SD card. With a 16 gig SD card that is no bother, it just means I can't permanently leave a quick-attachment on the camera. But that would add bulk, weight and pointy bits to contend with so that also doesn't really matter.
I am well pleased that there is a choice of lens caps - one, a large rectangular thingy that fits over the lens shade.
It'd be great for climbing headlands with at Redhead.
As I said to Loz, I opted for the X-E1 over the X-100 Pro on grounds of the viewfinder and price. Bruce Searle has been using one himself for quite some time now. He has some sort of Sigma zoom that goes to 8mm that he puts on a mount adapter.
I doubt that the Fuji, or any digital, would stop me using my beloved 4x5 film. Although the image quality might be good enough, it is actually the craft involved with a ground-glass and processing that is a huge part of the fun.
"Photography was not a bastard left by science on the doorstep of art, but a legitimate child of the Western pictorial tradition." —Robert Galassi