For the past several months I have been shooting Fuji XE1 after years using a NEX 5n and only adapted lenses. Prior to that I shot m43 (both but I tended to favor Panasonic). During that time i have used the best native lenses I could afford. I shot with the Panasonic P20/1.7, PL25/1.4 and PL45/2.8 on m43 and recently the much loved Fuji XF35/1.4. Of the lot the Fuji is IMHO the best by a good margin. That said, I am coming back to Sony. I picked up a demo NEX 5T and I'm excited to get back to shooting my Minolta adapted glass. I have never quite like shooting native glass and the XF35 didn't do much to change that opinion. It's a fine lens to be sure. Probably the best I have ever used but there is a certain quality I get from my adapted glass that no native lens I have ever used can replace. I have always felt that the Minolta glass matched up well with the Sony sensor and The Fuji doesn't support the use of adapted lenses all that well. That's not to say that you can't use them but it is far simpler and more fun on the Sony. The main reason however is that I really like to shoot BW and so far I find it hard to get the look I am wanting on the Fuji. The camera does many things well and I think Sony could really learn a thing or to about UI design and placement of controls (and yes, that includes the a6000) and the Fuji is a lot better in low light, but I have not been able to get the kinds of images I want from it. Here are a couple of BW from last Summer that I got with my NEX 5n (adapted Minolta 50/1.4 and MC 100/2.5...as JPEGs no less). Even shooting WITH the Fuji XF35 and using RAW I feel that something is missing. I can't put my finger on what exactly but something is off. Color is another matter. The Fuji is very impressive in that respect but I like BW so... Grace by kevin dixey, on Flickr Mick Who? by kevin dixey, on Flickr I'm keeping the Fuji. It's an excellent camera and does some things extraordinarily well. The SOOC color is really nice and when the lets gets dodgy it shines but for BW and in good light I prefer the NEX. I'm also looking forward to getting back to shooting my manual focus Minoltas. It's gonna be a lot of fun...again. I'm glad to be able to shoot with a Sony body again.