I recently (September 2016) purchased a Fuji XT-2 camera. It now use this 24-megapixel camera for landscapes and some studio work. It is much faster than either the Fuji XT-1 or the Fuji X-Pro1. The XT-2 focuses faster and seems to me an overall faster camera to use.
My first major text of the camera was in mid-September at the Austin, TX round of the World Endurance Championship for sports cars. I was not shooting on assignment, so I decided to take a lightweight camera setup. (When shooting on assignment I use my Nikon D5 and Nikon D4s.) The Fuji XT-2 performed just fine. I had no issues and enjoyed carrying a lighter camera. The extra megapixels were nice too.
The only think missing from the Fuji system -- a decent flash. In Austin, I was in a VIP compound and I needed a strobe from time to time. I don't think I will feel the Fuji is a complete system until there is an adequate flash available.
I have a show coming up this November (2016) that will feature landscape shots taken with the Fuji XT-1 and XT-2 cameras. I guess you can say that I am happy with the quality cameras that Fuji is producing.