Those of you who followed my decision to purchase an X-T20 and get into the fuji system may have noticed that my interest in it quickly faded. The X-T20 had been sitting on a shelf collecting dust and relegated to getting almost no use whatsoever. I honestly though that it was because I just wasn't a fan of the small camera body. Well, I thought wrong. Up until today, the 10-24 was my only fuji lens. I was scrolling the fuji x sale group on facebook and found a mint copy of the 50mm f/2 for a very reasonable price. I'm not sure what made me pull the trigger on it with my waning interest in my fuji investment, but I'm SO glad that I did. I just got home about an hour ago and opened the package and was immediately impressed at how small and light the lens is. As soon as I mounted it on the camera I knew that I was going to love the combination. It turns out that my problem with the X-T20 wasn't the camera at all, but rather just the fact that the 10-24 made the camera so unbalanced and awkward to use. I had found that the 10-24 was so large and heavy that if I was willing to carry it, I would just grab my D810 and 20mm 1.g instead. That being said, I'm 99% sure the 10-24 is going up for sale. With the new 50 f/2 on the X-T20, the camera becomes light enough that I can forget it's hanging on my shoulder. I've only taken a few sample images with it around my house, but I'm already convinced that I'm going to love it. I love the way the background is rendered with it, and it's extremely sharp, even in these samples that are shot at iso 3200-6400. Sample images: minor cropping and color correction applied, but no sharpening whatsoever. Shot in jpeg. 1.) Sample-3 by Destin Danser, on Flickr 2.) Sample-2 by Destin Danser, on Flickr 3.) Sample-1 by Destin Danser, on Flickr I'm going to be spending 3-4 of the next 5 days taking photos at a local antique tractor, steam and gas engine show. There will be a ton of interesting subjects there to test this lens on, and I'm extremely excited to get out in the real world with it and see how it performs. Sorry for the long, semi-pointless post. Just super excited about this lens! TL;DR: Got the 50 f/2, love it, renewed my interest in using my X-T20.