It's been a few months since I switched over from my NEX 5n to a Fuji XE1. Overall the camera has delivered what I was looking for in the change which was a better UI and control setup. The XE1 is really quite a capable camera and it is better than the sum of its parts. It's fun to shoot with and really gets out of your way when you use. It. About the only thing I am finding that I don't love is the image quality. That's not too say that I think the image quality is bad because it isn't, but it seems to me to be the weakest part of the entire package. I think it may simply be that my expectations were not in line with reality but I was expecting the image quality to be a significant step up form the Sony (especially in SOOC JPEGs) and so far that has not been the case. In fact, with the exception of high iSO images I don't find the image quality of the Fuji to be any better than the Sony and in some areas perhaps a bit less. I find the output of the Fuji always strikes me a soft and requires more post work than other images I have shot. They do sharpen up pretty well. At first I suspected it was the transition of shooting from the hip with the 5n to shooting from eye level. That took some getting used to and to be perfectly honest I am finding that I miss the flip down screen quite a lot. Shooting from the hip is more stable and since I use legacy glass that can make a difference, but even shots done is great light at high shutter speeds never look quite sharp enough. So where does that leave me? I am still happy to have tried the Fuji because I was wanting a change and it definitely provided what I was looking for. Was it the right camera for me? In hindsight, probably not and it's because I only shoot legacy glass and I'm not finding the XE1 well suited to the task. The focus peaking is decent but not great. The lack of a flip down screen make using the rear LCD a major pain. Interestingly, the XE1's lower resolution LCD is not an issue at all (and I thought it might be). In short, I just don't see the XE1 as the best platform for using legacy lenses with. I'm sure it's terrific with native glass but with legacy lenses...not so much. Moving forward I will continue to try and get the best I can out of the XE1 and perhaps I will have a breakthrough.