A new family member is welcomed today into the
The X-M1 was granted many of the same beloved features as the other X-Series cameras including the Q Menu shortcut button, the in-camera RAW processing and the graphical user interface (GUI) to which
The X-M1 offers users a wide range of ISO sensitivities from 200-25600. The camera also has a multitude of creative functions including 5 film simulation modes and 8 advanced filters. The camera has 2 command dials (for those of us that love physical buttons and dials...including yours truly) that offer quick access to adjust shutter speed, aperture and exposure compensation. The camera has been designed for easy, one-handed use.
The X-M1 was designed as a step-up camera for newer photographers, so it will lack a key features that experienced
The X-M1 records 1080p video and records sound with a built-in stereo mic. This camera does not have the option for an external microphone.
Least we forget, this new X-Series camera come equipped with Wi-Fi which allows users to load images to
The camera can be purchased body only or as a kit with the XC16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS lens. The lens is fully compatible with all of
I really wish the X-M1 was sold in a kit with the 27mm f/2.8 lens. I think it just looks better and seems like a better fit for this size camera. But alas, these two must be purchased separately at this time.
The Fuji X-M1 (body only) will be available in black and silver in July 2013 for $699.95.
The Fuji X-M1 and XC16-50mm (24-76mm) F3.5-5.6 OIS lens (kit) will be available in July 2013 for $799.95.
The Fuji X-M1 (body only) will be available in brown in August 2013 for $699.95.
The XF 27mm f/2.8 lens will be available for $449.95 in July 2013.