Fujinon 50-140 2.8 lens in Alamy Quality Control and technical talk Posted April 28, 2015 That's a shame, looks like you might have to get that 120mm macro in the future then Oh, shoot! ;)I'll wait for reviews, my usual stance. The only times I get on waiting lists are for long-awaited cameras. Same for me. The only camera I'll be keeping an eye out for will be the X-T2. No so bothered with the X-Pro2 if it's going to be a range finder styled camera, I prefer the X-T styling with vertical grip. I didn't bother with either of the 16-55 or 50-140 until a few months after to see the reviews. They are now my main working lenses with the primes and 10-24 stepping in for specialist duties. Sounds like we are of like minds. I don't have a Fuji backup, although I still have my D800 (seldom used), Rx100 and RX100-3. If the XT-2 reviews are good, I'd like to have it so I could have both cameras with different lenses mounted and not have to change in the field. This camera and excellent lenses have injected excitement back into my photography. I am with you on that Betty. With a second x-T? I would sell my other zooms (except perhaps the 10-24) and go for the 16-55 and 50-140 - that would still be a manageable bag. I've been busy shooting with the 16-55 today and it has returned some serious "Prime Like" images, very impressive and weather/dust resistant as well! As it stands, I'm keeping my 23mm, 56mm & 60mm but the 56 could be in danger, it won't see as much use as before. I will probably keep them for low light use. That said, I can use the 50-140 at night and still get ISO 200-400 because of it's IS. The 55-200 will definitely go. At the moment, I carry the 16-55 & 50-140 attached to it's own X-T1 and the 10-24 ready to swap with one of them as and when needed. Lens changes kept to a minimum and quality set to max!