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Fujifilm X-M1 Expert Reviews

gizmodo.in
Reviewed on 2014-12-18
If you have kids, the impulse to document every instant of their waking lives is nearly as powerful as the impulse to feed and shelter them. I'll help you find the perfect camera to freeze those priceless moments.If you're reading this article, you've pro...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-16
Entry-level mirrorless cameras provide a nice middle ground between fixed-lens point-and-shoots and lower-end DSLRs...
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businesstoday.intoday.in
Reviewed on 2014-06-06
Compact Cameras Compact cameras need not always mean point-and-shoot ones. In the last couple of years, a new category of micro four third mirrorless cameras have become really popular. This category caters to those who wants to have a compact camera in h...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-30
Entry-level mirrorless cameras provide a nice middle ground between fixed-lens point-and-shoots and lower-end DSLRs. It's an ever-growing category with options for photographers of varying skill level and intentions. The common factors in this class are t...
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techtree.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-26
APSC sized sensor, Easy to use, WiFi and GPS support.Not suited for motion shots, Expensive
Fujifilm X-M1 (XC 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OIS/ XF 27mm F2.8 lenses)MRP: Rs 48,000 (+ Rs 32,000 for the 27mm lens)Who Should Buy it:Who Shouldn't:Mirrorless cameras seem to be a rage these days. Why shouldn't they, after all these offer DSLR-type quality in a lig...
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whatsyourtech.ca
Reviewed on 2013-11-12
Easing more novice consumers into the advanced features, Fuji toes the line on the dial in offering both a scene recognition mode and simple automatic. More seasoned users will likely gravitate toward all the other modes, including the second dial on the ...
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ferdzdecena.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-25
The entrylevel Fujifilm XM1, I got to give it to Fujifilm. When they entered the mirrorless camera market, they entered in a way that piqued the interest of oldschool photographers yearning for a retro rangefinderlike camera digital body. Indeed, the laun...No viewfinder and no option for attachment, Tilting LCD would have been more functional if it was touch screen, Autofocus speed is just average, not as snappy as the other mirrorless offerings, No electronic level for a camera at this price point, Placeme...
I got to give it to Fujifilm. When they entered the mirrorless camera market, they entered in a way that piqued the interest of old-school photographers yearning for a retro rangefinder-like camera digital body. Indeed, the launch of Fujifilm X100 and suc...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-21
APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, Excellent stills, Good for both experienced and new usersTop video quality is only 1080/30p, Focusing not super fast, No remote control via app
Fujifilm, like other camera makers, aren't doing so hot in the low-end, but its advanced X-series cameras are a hit. From the debut of the high-priced X-Pro1 to the relatively affordable X-A1, this selection of cameras offers the tweaks and quality seriou...
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digitalartsonline.co.uk
Reviewed on 2013-10-16
Large APSC image sensor and competent kit zoom len, solidfeel build without being prohibitively weight, beautifully natural colours and attractive soft focus effects achieveabl, plus advantage of popup flashgun and tilting rear panel LCDNo builtin electronic or optical viewfinder
This beautifully retro camera is infused with both a classic design and modern digital tech to let you capture stunning images. Fuji seems to have hit something of a rich product vein in its vintage-styled X series compacts. The squarish X-M1 doesn’t fx...
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digital-photography-school.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-13
It's been nearly two years since Fujifilm launched its pioneer X-system mirrorless camera to a surprised market.That model, the awkwardly named X-Pro1, has been succeeded by a run of other models. So now we have the X-M1, missing a few niceties from the l...
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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-09
Styling ItReplacing the dedicated aperture and shutter speed controls of its siblings with an exposure mode dial, this is the most consumer-oriented X-series model produced by Fujifilm. However, thanks to its styling and construction, it still retains the...
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photoreview.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-09-26
While we were producing this review Fujifilm announced its fourth X-Series camera, the X-A1, an entry-level model with a standard CMOS sensor. Before purchasing the X-M1 it might be worth having a look at the lower priced X-A1 which appears to be virtuall...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2013-09-23
Large APS-C image sensor and competent kit zoom lens, solid-feel build without being prohibitively weighty, beautifully natural colours and attractive soft focus effects achieveable, plus advantage of pop-up flashgun and tilting rear panel LCDNo built-in electronic or optical viewfinder, which while it keeps down the price also limits its enthusiast appeal
Fuji seeks a wider audience for its retro styled CSCs, with the X-M1 boasting tilting touch screen and Wi-Fi alongside manual photographic features In contrast with the year-old Canon, here we have Fuji’s very latest CSC, though it looks deliberately ...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2013-09-10
The X100S's 35mm (equivalent) lens suits a wide range of shooting environments, but having a fixed lens with no zoom function isn't to everyone's tastes. That's where Fujifilm's X Mount compact system cameras step in. There are currently three models, all...
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steves-digicams.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-09
Quick TakeProsGood overall cameraStylish and retro lookCamera is very well built and sturdySmallest Fujifilm X series ILC cameraVariety of X mount lenses availableLarge APS-C image sensor provides good resultsOutside of shutter lag, X-M1 is fast perfor...
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amateurphotographer.co.uk
Reviewed on 2013-09-02
What started with the Fujifilm X100 and a series of premium compact cameras has proved to be a big success for the company. From the initial success of the X100 compact came the X-Pro1, a compact system camera designed to look and handle like a vintage ra...
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