So, I've been wanting for some time to have a 2nd lightweight body to complement the M240 that has autofocus capability ( my eyes aren't what they used to be ) , is lightweight, and has a nice set of interchangeable zooms. There are times where I find AF and zooming very useful on travels etc. One additional consideration was that it should work well with M lenses for when I wanted a large aperture prime without having to invest in yet another set of fast lenses.
I was thinking about the Fuji X and even picked up a lens and the M adapter but never ended up getting a camera. I have owned an XE1 in the distant past. But I recall that it's performance with M lenses wasn't that great and while the images and ergonomics were nice, there was something missing for me. So, now with the T, I've seen reports that it works really well with M lenses, and it's native T lenses seem great based on the photos I've seen here from Jono and others and think the interface looks great, despite the few quirks that have been reported. The Fuji X100T is also quite enticing, but I'm worried it's performance with M lenses is probably exactly the same as it was. So if you were in my position, which would you choose? The T or the Fuji?