Fujifilm keeps pouring down on us loads of new gadget goodies with the latest coming in the form of the X-E2, the successor to last year's X-E1 Mid Level Mirrorless Camera. Much like their X-Series line of camera's, which we previewed last month in the with the X-A1, the technology is advancing quickly causing much pain in our wallets. In this case, this one arrives with the company's latest 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor doing all the heavy lifting as well as a new EXR Processor II that Fujifilm says more than doubles the processing speed over the X-E1. The X-E2 also comes with phase-detection and contrast-detection AF, as well as a new Lens Modulation Optimizer feature that allows you customize in-camera processing to individual lenses for even better shots. The camera also comes with built-in Wi-Fi and professional-level movie capture. Availability and price haven't been officially released, but DP Review is listing $999.95 for the body alone and $1,399.95 with a XF18-55mm f/2.8-4 kit lens, all releasing in November of this year.