Thanks Alan, I will try that. I never would have known these obcure facts..
On an unrelated follow-up question; does anyone consider the 35mm lens for the XE-1 a must have if you alreay own the zoom lens?
Curious about opinions about the 35mm as far as how much it would add to my zoom lens.
The 35mm lens is a great lens, very sharp and very nice to use. I guess it comes down to whether or not you like to use fast lenses for their narrow depth of field or not. I use an X-Pro 1 and I have all the prime lenses from Fuji, the 14mm, 18mm, 35mm and 60mm and I also have the Rokinon 8mm fisheye. I also use some of my old Canon FD lenses. I liked the camera so much after using it for almost a year that when it was time to upgrade my wife's camera from a Canon G10 we got her an X-E1 and the zoom lens. She is quite happy with the zoom and the zoom is nice for framing and also the OIS support is nice for low light and the fact the Fuji has yet to fix the minimum shutter speed for various modes. That being said I am quite happy with my primes and I use my legs for "zooming", the way my wife likes to shoot, she enjoys the zoom. So it really comes down to how you like to photograph. The IQ from the 35mm is a bit better than the zoom but not by long shot because the zoom is very nice, in fact for the price the Fuji lenses are all outstanding. I still use my Canon gear but it is a lot easier to carry the Fuji with me every day, so it gets used more. So it hard to say it is a must have but for me it is, the lenses are an excellent value.