rjx, or anyone else - do you guys know of anyone who does some semi-serious landscape work with the x100. Primarily mountains, and waterfalls? Along with the beautiful Highway 1 here in CA, I'm always visiting the Pacific Northwest. I wonder how well a camera like the x100/x100s would fare in those enviroments (Mt Hood, Mt Rainier, Mt Olympus, Columbia River Gorge, Mckenzie Pass, Oregon Coast, etc.) taking "fine-art-esque" landscape photography in color. A lot of landscape work that I see from the x100 is B&W, which is awesome too, but I like color a lot.
I understand the 35mm focal length can be seen as a disadvantage for landscape, but I wouldn't mind tackling that challenge. I do wish there was a 24mm converter instead of the 28mm as I like to shoot landscapes at around 24mm. 28mm would have to do if I decide to pickup an X100s for some "amateur serious landscape photography" for my own collection and not for sales.
If anyone has got some samples or can point me to a photographer using the X100 as a key landscape tool, that would be wonderful. I know the X100 shines for travel and street but if I can get quality landscape shots, esp in color, long exposures, and solid RAW files, I wouldn't think twice about this camera.