I have the Fuji X100 and love it. I bought the WCL-X100 Wide-Angle Conversion Lens for X100 Camera that turns the 35mm f/2.0 FF-equivalent lens on the camera into a 28mm f/2.0 FF-equivalent lens. The design is amazing- the 28mm-equiv. lens takes the same filter and hood as the camera with standard lens, and the fit and finish are perfect. With the wide conversion lens, as best I can tell, results are as contrasty and tack-sharp as without. That said, with upgraded firmware, the camera corrects the wide conversion lens' correctable- but noticeable- barrel distortion in-camera, but, of course, doesn't do the same for RAW images ... and I almost always work from RAW images. There is no Adobe Camera Raw automatic correction for the X100 with the wide converter- at least not yet. Has anyone worked out a correction for the X100 wide conversion lens in Photoshop's Lens Correction? If so, what correction are you using? Thanks!