This is the gallery that accompanies my Fujifilm X-Pro2 review. The first five B&W shots were processed in Adobe Lightroom CC using the new camera specific ACROS film simulation setting. No NR was used in Lightroom for those handheld ISO 6400 shots.
The majority of the shots in the gallery were only processed through Adobe Lightroom CC, although a handful, those with '-pn' filename suffixes, were processed with PhotoNinja. I find the latest version of Lightroom CC, coupled with the new 24 megapixel X-Trans CMOS sensor in the X-Pro2, produces better output than from previous 16MP X-Trans sensors. While PhotoNinja will still yield the best detail and microcontrast, even for the largish web gallery images in the gallery (3000 pixels on the long edge) , Lightroom is now doing an acceptable job with perhpas not a whole lot to be gained from PhotoNinja.