Here is a short review of the Fuji WCL, I don't bother with charts and all that so it's just a few photos of the kit, what I think about it and a healthy dose of sample images, all images are shot RAW and edited in Lightroom.
I'M WORKING WITH THE ORIGINAL X100
The Fuji WCL will turn your X100's 35mm field of view into a 28mm [full frame equivalent] whilst keeping it an F2 lens and retaining the fuji quality, it screws on nice and simply, you then tell the camera it's there and away you go.
Its a nice small attachment that adds a good bit on length to the X100's lens, allowing you (as with the TCL) to hand hold it with the left hand and have a bit more support.
Here is a comparison between the 18mm F2 and this WCL I've set them up the same so you can see the difference, they are both shot RAW and edited in Lightroom, apart from a bit of colour difference [not sure whats going on there] they are very similar.
Overall this along with the TCL is a great little bit of kit and will give you a nice light 3 lens (28-35-50 equivalent) setup, I've done some sample shots below so feel free to pop a comment and let me know if you have any questions about the lens.
For testing this lens I did a bit of street photography the X100 is my camera of choice when it comes to this subject matter and having a wider angle provides some different possibilities when shooting, I found you can get more background in the frame and for those shots where your very close I managed to get the subject in the frame as sometimes it can be missed.
That's all for this quick review, check out next week's as I'll be showing some more street photography with both the WCL and TCL, and feel free to leave a comment below,