Fujifilm X-M1

The X-M1 is Fujfilm's first entry-level mirrorless camera using the proprietary Fujifilm X mount. It is essentially an X-E1 without the built-in EVF and with a Mode dial instead of dedicated shutter and exposure compensation dials.

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  • Sensor: 16.3mp CMOS sensor, 23.6x15.6 (1.5x crop), non-Bayer color filtration (X-Trans), no AA filter
  • Mount: Fujifilm X
  • Images: 4896x3264 JPEG or RAF raw, panorama mode, 5.6 fps max (10 frame max)
  • Video:  1080P/24, 720P/24, h.264 MOV with Linear PCM stereo sound
  • Shutter: mechanical 30 sec (1/4 second Program mode) to 1/4,000 sec, bulb to 60 min
  • Exposure: matrix, center-weighted, spot metering, -2 to +2EV exposure compensation, 7 white balance settings (plus Auto, Kelvin, and Custom), ISO 200-6400 (plus extended 100, 12,800, 25,600)
  • Focus: 49-point contrast detect, single area, multi-area, tracking, manual focus override
  • Display: 3" 920k dot tilting LCD
  • Flash: built-in pop-up flash, hot shoe, 1/180 flash sync, red-eye reduction, slow sync, rear sync
  • Remote: threaded cable release
  • Other Notable Features: WiFi, microphone input, bracketing, film simulation, expanded dynamic range shooting, Leica M-mount lens support (via optional adapter)
  • Cards: SD, SDHC, SDXC
  • Battery: NP-W126
  • Size: 4.6 x 2.6 x 1.5" (116.9 x 66.5 x 39) wide, tall, deep
  • Weight: 11.6 ounces (330g)
  • Colors: Black, Silver, Brown
  • Price: US$699 body, US$799 with kit lens
  • Made in Japan
  • Current Firmware: 1.10 (February 20, 2014)
  • Announced: June 25, 2013, available late July 

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