Fuji X-M1 Camera, who is it for?

June 26, 2013  •  Leave a Comment



 New Fuji X-M1

Nice clean layout with tilting 920k monitor 

Small with the 27mm lens

Still retro styled

This looks like a very nice addition to Fuji's X line of cameras, which I am very fond of, they are small and light and take terrific pictures with their large APS-C sensors.

The X-M1 is an entry level X camera that gives you Fuji's top of the line sensor (as of today), it is almost as small as their X-20 point and shoot camera and should appeal to people that want to step up their image quality from a point and shoot.
 Removed are the old style control dials and they have been replaced with modern consumer oriented dual control dials, the aperture can now be adjusted from a rear control wheel and the tilt LCD will be very nice for shooting unusual angles. It is not a complicated camera, it has been designed for beginner photographers and enthusiast's alike, while giving PRO DSLR like results (almost).

I look forward to the reviews, lets see how the auto focus pans out.

This is one I would like to try, personally I would stick with the Fuji primes, but the zooms they produce are not bad either.

Used with their XF 35mm f/1.4XF 14mm f/2.8 or the upcoming XF 56mm f1.2 one should be quite happy.

This will not be a cheap route to go, but it will give you super nice images in a very light package.

Fuji Site

Order it here: Fuji X-M1 

Ross

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