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Fuji X-M1 Camera – Worth Having a Look

It is observed that the digital cameras are gaining importance along with a wider use over all. Fuji is one of the oldest firm generating cameras of all types. So it has recently built up the pocket friendly Fuji X-M1 Camera with necessary features.


Fuji X-M1 Camera – Specifications

Following are the features and specs of the new addition to the X series camera, Fuji X-M1:


This is a 16.3 Megapixels Fuji’s camera having X-Trans CMOS (23.6 mm x 15.6 mm).


It has got XC 16-50 mm lens that is known to be an interchangeable one. The good part about this feature is that it allows optical image stabilization which is beneficial for capturing smooth, fine and amazing pictures.


Coming to the body and design, it measures 4.6 x 2.6 x 1.5 inches and weighs 330 grams (11.6 oz). The size is not so big which allows easy handling and carrying. It is available in three colors; Black, Silver and Brown, all of them have enticing looks.



There is a 3 inches tilting display with resolution of 920,000 dots in Fuji X-M1 Camera. It is a simple normal sized screen, may disappoint some. The size may not give a tough competition to other Digital SLRs but the tilting screen seem attractive.





For storage purposes it is made compatible with SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards.


It has got a Lithium Ion battery (NP-W126) as its power provider.

Additional Features

  • WiFi (built in)
  • Very fast Auto focus
  • Pop up flash (Manual)
  • Face detection
  • Subject tracking




Fuji has introduced its EXR Processor II with the sensor in Fuji X-M1 whose performance is satisfactory. It has the ability to shoot continuously at 5.6 frames per second. You can use your Fuji’s camera for videos as there is Full HD (1920 x 1080) recording at 30 frames per second. The audio quality is good.


Price and Release

It has been released in late July 2013 and has got a price of $ 799.00 or £679.99.

Fuji XM1


Author:  This is a guest post by a team member of FinkTanks working under the supervision of our CEO “Ahmad Awais”. Read our latest blog AngryGadgets to get yourself educated about different DSLR Reviews.

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