Hey! You should know that Fujifilm has released a newer version of this product: the Fujifilm X-E2.
Fujifilm has announced an update to their mirrorless line in the X-E1, which sits at a lower price point than the expensive X-Pro1 yet still houses the same 16 megapixel X-Trans sensor that, without an anti-aliasing filter, pulls amazing amounts of detail out of a scene. The X-E1 is a bit smaller than the Pro1 but still bulkier than either Sony's NEX-7 or Olympus' OMD E-M5, giving an overall impression of retro with just a touch of unrefinement. The X-Pro1's remarkable hybrid electronic-optical viewfinder has been replaced with a high-density 2.4 million dot OLED EVF, but more important is the inclusion of a new fast 18-55mm f2.8-4 kit lens. Fujifilm boasts autofocus times of a tenth of a second using the combination, a number that is right in line with other top-tier mirrorless cameras. Fujifilm also announced the addition of a 14mm f2.8 prime lens to the XF mount and a firmware update will be forthcoming for X-Pro1 users who want the new kit lens. The kit will sell in November for $1399, $400 more than the body only price.