An express review of the Fuji X-A2 was just published at Neocamera. This is the most entry-level Fuji mirrorless yet it features dual control-dials and a fast EXR II processor. Looking almost identical to the entry-level X-M1 already reviewed, the X-A2 lowers costs by using a conventional 16 megapixels APS-C sensor.
Fuji took the mirrorless market by storm with its high-end X-Pro1 and has been simplifying its offerings to capture lower price categories. The X-E series uses a high-resolution EVF instead of a hybrid viewfinder; the X-M series omits a viewfinder entirely and the X-A2 finds itself without the unique X-Trans sensor which originally defined the X-family. Read the review here to see what difference that makes.