Amazon has the X PRO 1 and lenses in Stock (only exception is the 60mm macro)

And finally also the largest store of the world got the X PRO 1! It is in Stock right now at Amazon (Click here). Grab one! I hope to get mine soon too :)

Also the lenses are in Stock! Time to make a short in status check:
Fuji X PRO 1 body is in Stock at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here), Jessops UK (Click here) and Digitalrev (Click here).
Fuji X 18mm f/2.0 in Stock at Amazon (Click here) and Digitalrev (Click here).
Fuji X 35mm f/1.4 in Stock at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here), BHphoto (Click here) and Digitalrev (Click here).
Fuji X 60mm macro f/2.0 in not Stock at Amazon (3-4weeks) but is in Stock at Digitalrev (Click here).

X100 Limited Edition in Stock at Adorama.

For the very first time the all black limited X100 edition is in Stock at Adorama (Click here). But if you can resist the tempation because you want the X PRO 1 here is the new pricing list of new accessories:

Fujifilm NP-W126 Battery for FinePix X-PRO 1 Digital Camera $68.99

Fujifilm BC-W126 Battery Charger for NP-W126 Digital Camera Batteries $68.99

Fujifilm LC-XPro1 Leather Case for FinePix X-PRO 1 Digital Camera $148.99

Fujifilm HG-XPro1 Hand Grip for FinePix X-PRO 1 Digital Camera  $94.99

 FUJI EF-X20 TTL FLASH FOR X-PRO-1  228.99

First X PRO 1 review at Cnet Asia (and some more news)

Fujifilm FinePix X-Pro1 sample video from CNET Asia on Vimeo.

Shawn Low from Cnet Asia (Click here) posted the first full X PRO 1 review: “its slower-than-average autofocus performance and unimpressive battery life are notable shortcomings. The X-Pro1 will wow you with its excellent image performance and low-light capabilities.

Amateur Photographer (Click here) posted a new X-PRO 1 hands-on impression: “In all, though, it is a very pleasing camera to hold, to operate, to look through and to hear go ‘click’. I look forward to the AP in-depth test, and I suspect this will be a camera our readers will want to own.

They didn’t post any test or image samples but you can find some of them in Japan at Kakaku (Click here and scroll down). There is also a full ISO test on the second page of their review (Click here).