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Fujifilm X-M1 Camera - Black (16.3MP, 16-50mm Lens Kit) 3 inch LCD

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16-50 mm Lens Kit
Black
  • 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor (same sensor as X-Pro1/X-E1)
  • Hi-speed EXR Processor II
  • Compact and lightweight body (half the size of an SLR)
  • Start-up time of 0.5secs (*1), shutter lag of 0.05secs and a maximum burst speed of 5.6fps (max. 30 frames (*2))
  • Tiltable 3-inch LCD (920K dot high definition)
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Style Name: 16-50 mm Lens Kit | Colour Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 11.7 x 9.6 x 6.7 cm ; 281 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.2 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: P10NC11650A
  • ASIN: B00DM7X6HC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 Jun. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,930 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 Dec. 2014
Style Name: 16-50 mm Lens KitColour Name: Silver
The Fuji X-M1 sits in the entry segment of the X series models but this one has the unique X-Trans CMOS sensor (the X-A1 has a normal bayer sensor) in other areas though these models are the same (controls/functions etc)

Being an entry model there are a few compromises here, firstly the most obvious one is the lack of viewfinder, secondly controls have been streamlined over higher end models and this doesn't feature the newer on sensor phase detect autofocus of the X-T1 (contrast AF here) despite this the camera still manages to achieve a very small size (very similar to the X10/20 compacts in fact slightly smaller) and it has most of the important requirements aspiring shooter might want.

I've been testing the camera extensively for a while now and made up a quick fire list of some of the better points and weaker areas of the camera. The camera is a good one overall though like most cameras does have some areas that could be better.

Good points:
+ Excellent image quality easily as good if not better than equivalent rivals (with a similar sensor size) Tonality is very appealing and attractive (very subjective but I like it)
+ Huge latitude in raw files both highlight and shadow end with outstanding low light performance very minimal noise
+ Build is solid despite being plastic feels well put together no poor joints or creaking at the seams
+ Full manual controls quite good customisation and menus
+ Autofocus is good for accuracy in most cases
+ Start up is quick and the camera is responsive with no signs of lag
+ Fairly good buffer around 10 shots raw and about 31 jpegs at full resolution, able to take some advantage of faster cards too
+ Continuous shooting rate of 5.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dylan on 13 Feb. 2015
Style Name: XC16-50 mm and XF27 mm Lens KitColour Name: Black Verified Purchase
ORIGINAL REVIEW WRITTEN IN FEBRUARY
I had two main concerns when thinking about buying this camera. (A) Whether it would produce better pictures than my Canon G 9 (highly regarded when I bought it five years ago, and (B) would I find the absence of any viewfinder except the rear screen too much of a disadvantage. The answers:
(A) a resounding yes. Image quality is very good. Even my wife, a non-photographer, said she could tell the improvement over my old camera. I am very happy with the results: whether or not they are better or poorer than its competitors would have produced I cannot say. The rear screen is articulated - I have already taken pictures with it which would not have been possible otherwise.
(B) Again, all I can say is that I have had no problems so far. It is quite likely that some photographers will not consider a camera without a viewfinder, but I cannot mark it down because of that. Build quality, for me, is fine.
Of course, it helps if you are getting value for money. No question about it here. On Cyber Monday I paid £400 for the camera and two lenses, and got a free zoom lens from Fuji. Because I had no receipt from Amazon I rang Fuji to make sure what documentation was needed to qualify for their promotion, and there was no problem. The lens arrived a few weeks later.

UPDATE, WRITTEN IN APRIL
I gave the original review five stars. Despite the above, I have now downgraded it to three.
I have taken maybe 200 pics with the XM1 and would be happy to show them to anyone. Picture quality is great, the camera looks good and is a pleasure to use.
Until yesterday. I went down to the local beach to take some atmospheric pics of a bright sun dispersing thick mist.
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84 of 89 people found the following review helpful By JennyB on 24 Dec. 2013
Style Name: 16-50 mm Lens KitColour Name: Silver Verified Purchase
I won't write an in-depth technical review as DP Review etc do that so much better, but I've owned this camera for a few weeks and it's an absolutely dream.

I'm downsizing from a Canon 7D, and I wanted a decent camera in the £300-£500 range which didn't need its own backpack to take about, just a small everyday point-and-shoot with more options when I needed them, and if you're reading this while trying to weigh up your options I can sympathise, I spend weeks before I decided on the X-M1 but having had a chance to play with it now I'm very happy with my choice. :)

I'd narrowed down my list to these 7:

Canon G15
Olympus PEN E-PM2
Fujifilm X-M1
Fujifilm X20
Olympus PEN E-PL5
Canon G16
Sony RX100 II

I think you need to decide what's the most important feature for you in your new camera, as trying to compare them on all features is like comparing apples with oranges as they perform so differently. I decided image quality was my highest priority, over bells and whistles (in-camera HDR, sweep panorama etc, which the X-M1 doesn't have).

With its APS-C sized sensor, this camera delivers image quality almost comparable to my 7D, and that's with the kit lens. I've taken it to a photo studio and the images were as good as with the 7D, which is amazing considering the price difference.

I almost went for the Sony RX100 II, but it was the ISO performance on DP Review that sold me on the X-M1. I've got a toddler so lots of my photos will be taken indoors in low light and the quality of the images on the X-M1 at ISO 3200 is unbelievable. I would have liked a faster lens, but I think the ability to use higher ISOs with minimal drop in image quality compensates for it.
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