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I was doing some comparisons between my X-Pro 1 and XF lenses with my brand new EOS 6D and some well-known Alt lenses today, when I realized that many of the images contain shrubbery; a.k.a. foliage!
Everybody knows that X-Trans can't do foliage.
Anyway, here's some results from the X-Pro 1 with my brand new XF 14mm f/2.8 R and also with my XF 35/1.4 R. I won't bother showing results from the XF 18/2...
Camera on tripod, two-second timer, f/8, ISO 800, best one of three images selected for each lens, manual focus with defocus/refocus between images. All 100% crops for each lens are from the same RAW (.RAF) file (not best corner from one, best centre from another, etc.). RAW files converted using the most recent Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) v 8.1, light processing in PS CS6 (USM 60/0.5/0, vibrance 20, brightness 10, contrast 20, sat -10). The original conversions were all kind of too green - maybe something I have set in camera affected the RAW conversion. Who knows, maybe Fuji is talking with Adobe.
Anyhoo, here's a set of four 100% crops from the X-Pro 1 + XF 14/2.8 R at f/8 (I like this lens).