In my personnel ranking the ZHONGYI Speedmaster beats the Fujinon XF. Even in some other comparison the Zongyi showed its potential with less chromatic aberrations and excellent center sharpness. The Fuji is a bit better in the corners but at F1.4 vs F 0.95 this is not comparable.
No 2 or NO 1 of the vintage comparison ist the Yashion 50mm F1.7. The lens can be adapted with my lensturbo or a normal adapter and the bokeh is nearly at the level of the Zongyi.
The next comparison shows a real 50mm (full frame equivalent) comparison of the
ZONGYI Speedmaster 35mm 0,95, the Super-Takumar 50mm 1.4, the Yashion 50mm F1.7 and in the second row the FUJINON XF 35mm F1.4 , the Carl Zeiss Jenar Pancoloar 50mm F 1.8 and the Nikon Serie 50mm F 1.8.
All lenses are quite good. But I did not expect, that the chromatic aberrations of the modern FUJINON XF are worse than some vintage glass.
Again the ZONGYI is my No1. Great center sharpness, a controlled level of chromatic aberrations, an excellent color reproduction, great built quality and smooth focusing and the best bokeh!