I recently purchased a Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f1.2 X. This is a Fujifilm X mount lens. It’s not an extremely sharp lens like many of the Fujifilm lenses, but rather it has a rendering similar to vintage lenses.
It is soft and has a circular flare and a rather unusual out of focus background from f1.2 to f2.8, at times almost like bubbles or swirls. Then it sharpens up and produces a rather modern lens look from f2.8 on. Also, even though it is manual focus, it has electronic contacts to communicate with a range of more modern Fujifilm bodies. This allows f-stops to be shown on the screen.
I also use Leica M cameras and lenses, so manual focus is very natural to me. For those using Fujifilm I recommend looking into the new Voigtlander X lenses. There are currently three available: 23mm f1.2, 35mm f1.2, 35mm f1.2 macro and 2 new ones just announced, a 35mm f0.95 and a 27mm f2. They’re well built and solid feeling and produce a different look and feel to the Fujifilm line of lenses.
This new Voigtlander has reinvigorated an interest in shooting again with Fujifilm x. I look forward to exploring Fujifilm jpg recipes with this lens and my X-H1.