Rico Pfirstinger's "X-Pert Tips" book for the Fujifilm X-T2 is out from Rocky Nook.
...Just in case you own, or have ordered, an X-T2.
If you ask me, the X-T1 (still available) was already fine...always fast enough for me, excellent controls if you're partial to the "see where it's set" knobs-'n'-dials style of camera controls, and it has plenty of pixels at 16 MP. But Fuji took the X-T1 and exhaustively refined it, creating a markedly different experience and improving dozens of details comprehensively. I don't know how you get to "much better" from "really good," but that's basically what we're dealing with in this case.
Anyway, I have Rico's The Fujifilm X-T1: 111 X-Pert Tips (now in its Second Edition), and it's good—one of the most accessible and easy-to-digest books of its genre that I know of. I have to assume that this edition will parallel the improvements in the camera itself—similar but even better refined.
Rico has written similar books for the other major Fuji models as well.
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Armond Perretta: "Regarding Rico's X-T1 book (2nd Ed), I may be a slow learner but each time I go through this tome (in detail) I find there's just that little thing I somehow missed on first viewing. BTW I'm a careful reader. Great book combined with a (still) great camera body."
Kent Phelan: "I have been reading this book since it came out. I pre-ordered it long before the release. Fuji X-T2 owners: this book is a required accessory! I bought the e-book, which makes it easy to find exactly what you are looking for. Want to know about an obscure item four menus deep? Rico's got you covered. I will never buy a Fuji camera again without Rico's companion guide."