After Sony launched its newest camera, Fujifilm did not want to miss the moment too. The Japanese company introduced a new mirrorless compact camera called Fujifilm X-M1. The camera is equipped with CMOS X-Trans APS-C 16.3MP sensor. Furthermore, the camera’s color filter array is also possible to keep the moire and false color at the minimum level. This was done without the use of a low pass filter. By doing so, this camera can produce high-resolution images with clear and accurate.
Fujifilm X-M1 also offers fast shooting speed. With the EXP Processor II, this camera can shoot continuously at 5.6 fps velocity for 30 JPEG or 10 RAW / RAW + JPEG. This camera also offers a standard ISO 200-6400. The ISO range is also increased to 100 up to 25600 for low noise. At the rear, the camera is equipped with a screen measuring 3 inch. There is also a WiFi feature which allows it to transfer pictures or videos to the tablet, computer or smartphone.
Regarding the price, this camera will go on sale next month with a body-only price of $699.95 USD. In addition, there are also XC16-50mm Fujinon (24-76 mm) lens * 1 F3.5-5.6 OIS which bundled with the camera & the labeled price of $799.95 USD.
Fujifilm X-M1 specification highlights:
– 16MP X-Trans CMOS APS-C sensor, EXR Processor II
– ISO 200-6400; L (100), H (12800) and H (ISO 25,600)
– Up to 5.6 fps continuous shooting
– 1920 x 1080 FullHD movie recording at 30 fps; built-in stereo microphones
– Twin control dials, top and rear
– Focus ‘peaking’ display
– Face detection and subject-tracking AF modes
– 920k dot 3″ 3:2 LCD display – tilts 120° upwards and 80° downwards
– Built-in Wi-Fi for image transfer to smartphone, tablet or PC
Fujifilm X-M1 complete specification: