Am I turning into a Fuji fanboy?

About the title,  well I don't know. I've only been a Fujifilm X-photographer (no, obviously not an official one) for a couple of months now and I have to say that the more I use my X-T1, the more I like it.

I've written about it before and I still believe that it has a few quirks and in some ways, I still feel it is inferior to a DSLR, but in other ways it simply kicks ass and I've started to learn how to work around those quirks. I have yet to take it out for some actual landscape/seascape shooting, but I live in the south of Sweden, it's close to the end of November and nature and weather is as dull as it possibly can be. So until something happens (snow perhaps?) it'll be kept in the city for street/architecture photography (which it's awesome for) or maybe if I get a chance to do some portraits.

But on and off my thoughts goes into the forbidden zone, the "selling off my Canon gear and go all Fuji"-zone that is. I've even played with the thought of if I'd do that, maybe I should get a X100T also? That could be fun and nice for street photography. I could see myself doing that, since I do feel that Fuji has this special feel to it and to the photos they deliver. For pixel peepers they don't have enough resolution and sure, in a way I might feel like that for landscape photography, but still the files the X-Trans CMOS II sensor delivers are awesome so it doesn't matter that much. I do look forward to the firmware update on December 18th and I also am looking forward to what will come later on, the X-T2? We'll see...