This photo of a male northern cardinal was taken with Fujifilm X-Pro1 and Konica Hexanon AR 400mm f/5.6 UC AE lens. At f/16, the chromatic aberration (CA) along tree branches is well noticeable under this kind of backlight situation. Fortunately, the CA can easily be removed in the post-processing. The contrast, sharpness and color are good in general. Perhaps the X-Trans sensor helps.
My Konica Hexanon Project hasn’t had much progress for the past couple years, but I’m looking to do more this summer. Shooting film is no longer practical for me, so I may just use my Konica lenses with X-Pro1 for now. While Sony A7 II might be my next purchase, I really wish Fujifilm can make an X-series camera with a 135-format sensor. Or better yet, with a sensor size of 27mm by 33.7mm, because that’s the aspect ratio closest to 4:5 and can still be covered by the image circle of 135-format lenses. I think any large format photographer who wants to go digital but couldn’t afford a technical camera with a medium format digital back would appreciate such a camera.