The Fujifilm X100T needs no introduction. This is the best all-in-one digital camera currently available on the market today. No other digital camera can balance aesthetics, ergonomics, function, image quality and price quite like the X100T. The 23mm f/2 Fujinon lens (35mm equivalent) is paired very nicely with the APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR II processor, but it is a fixed lens. Fujifilm’s solution to those who wish to go wider or more telephoto are the WCL (wide-angle conversion lens) and TCL (telephoto conversion lens) attachments. The TCL-X100’s 1.4x magnification makes more sense than the WCL-X100 as it significantly extends the focal length to a 50mm equivalent (48.3mm to be exact), giving you more reach and compression in your images. For many photographers the 50mm should be the standard and for the old-school film street photographers, it is. If you want to hit the streets and get Cartier-Bresson style images, the 50mm is a must have focal length.