Thought I would run a "controlled" comparison between the X-Pro1 and X-T1. Both shots were taken using the same 18-55 lens and camera settings (RAW, ISO, DR, aperture, etc.) from the same tripod position a few minutes apart, so lighting differences should be minimal. Both were converted from .RAF to TIFF with the same conversion settings in Iridient Developer as neither Capture One or Lightroom presently support Fuji RAW (.RAF) file conversion. Same sharpening preset from Thomas Fitzgerald was used on both images in LR 5.1, and Clarity set to 10 on both images. Both images exported as 100% JPEGs in sRGB. Viewing the original TIFF on a proper monitor like an NEC PA241/271W-BK-SVII-series display in ProPhotoRGB gamut may well display greater differences as both the monitor and the ProPhotoRGB gamut have a considerably larger gamut than sRGB (as of course, you all know! ) The X-Pro1 The X-T1. This shot had a mild curve adjustment to bring up the quarter-tones to match the X-P1 as closely as possible. All in all, they are quite similar given the X-T1 uses a newer Fujifilm X-Trans II sensor and the X-Pro1 uses the original design sensor. Differences I see are that X-T1 images appear a bit contrastier and slightly more saturated than the X-Pro1.