Funny, how life puts us in different situations. I recently bought a Fuji X-E1 with the high quality kit zoom to be given as gift to somebody. Well, life changes and that didn't happen and I now have a brand new Fuji in my hands. I've only charged the battery once to update the firmware of the body and the lens and to format the SD card.
So what's the problem? I'll keep it and get great pictures with it? Unfortunately I have several cameras in different mounts already and really don't need a new one. I'm mostly invested in Pentax gear and my setup includes three camera bodies (a K-5 being the newest of them) and at least a dozen lenses. My other system is an Olympus E-M5 with the kit zoom and the 43mm and 25mm PanaLeica lenses. (I won't even mention my third system camera, Samsung NX10 with just one prime lens. Heck, I just did mention it. )
I really hate everything that is involved in selling stuff. All the trouble and tyre kicking, bargaining and so on. And having invested so much in Pentax I'm not selling that. But I really like the E-M5 and would not want to part with it either. And having once dropped it from 1 m to a concrete floor, I don't want to sell it to somebody even though it works 100%.
So the options are to either sell the X-E1 kit (at a loss) or keep the third (fourth) system, which is pretty idiotic.
I wonder if the Fuji's IQ and use is good enough to deserve to be kept or is it close enough the other systems to let it go?