Fujifilm's long-awaited XF 23mm F1,4 R lens received its official press kick off today. You can read the entire thing at DPreview. This lens should give a very similar field of view to Fujifilm's X100 camera and add an extra stop of light for the shallower depth of field necessary to rival benchmark 35mm f/2,0 film rangefinder and SLR lenses.
At 300g and 63mm long, it is a rather large 'normal' lens, especially when fitted to bodies that are meant to mimic the look and feel of rangefinder cameras, whose 35mm lenses are much smaller. Of course, it autofocuses, and they don't.
The XF23mm F1,4R is slated to arrive in October at the rather hefty price point of 899,95$ / 849,99£, but knowing Fujifilm's lenses, it should fail to disappoint.