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In additional X-M1 was introduced by Fujifilm in July 2013. It belongs to the Mirrorless Cameras category.
Fujifilm is well-known and shouldn’t require further introduction, please see our manufacturer’s page for more digital cameras by Fujifilm.
Also X-M1 has a APS-C CMOS sensor with size of 24 x 16 mm² (0.93″ x 0.62″).
Picture of X-M1’s sensor compared to popular format.
The 1-Euro coin has a diameter of 23.25mm.
The X-M1’s image sensor has an effective resolution of around 16 megapixel. The resolution is somewhat below average but will be sufficient for most purposes. Photos with this resolution can easily be printed to A3 size.
The Fujifilm supports taking images in RAW. RAW images are stored as they come from the sensor, without any in-camera processing or sharpening. Converting to JPEG or other formats takes place on the computer, using software like Adobe Lightroom or Fujifilm’s RAW converter. This involves one extra processing step but almost always results in superior image quality. Some filters, like converting to monochrome (black and white) will only yield decent results when used with RAW images.
The X-M1 features a mechanism for automatic sensor cleaning.
|Sensor area||23.60 x 15.70mm²
(0.93″ x 0.62″)
|Resolution (physical)||17.00 megapixel|
|Resolution (effective)||16.00 megapixel|
|Pixel size||23.20 µm²|
The X-M1 does not come with a built-in viewfinder. The camera’s display is used to compose the photo. That can be cumbersome in broad daylight.
The X-M1’s shutter speed varies from 1/4000s to 30s.
|Max. shutter speed||1/4000s|
|Min. shutter speed||30s|
The X-M1’s sensitivity is from 200 ISO and 6400 ISO.
Also, Fujifilm’s sensitivity can be boosted to 25600. Therefore, ISO boosting will lead to growth noise.
|Min. sensitivity||200 ISO|
|Max. sensitivity||6400 ISO|
The X-M1 supports all general exposure modes.
The Fujifilm allows spot exposure for the difficult occasion.
|Auto Focus Properties|
The X-M1’s auto focus processor uses 49 AF points (or sensors). A basic rule of thumb says that the more AF points you have, the better. More AF points mean a better chance to have a point at the location of interest in a scene, a big plus in challenging situations (e.g. when panning the camera).
Manual focus is also possible with the Fujifilm, a plus in tricky situations or for some creative freedom.
The X-M1 has a built-in flash with a diapason of up to 7m (23 ft.). That range will fit for almost all occasion.
The X-M1 features a monitor with a diagonal of 76.00mm (3.0 in.) and a resolution of c. 0.92 megapixel. That’s about average.
The camera’s display is articulated, a plus for selfies and other challenging situations.
The X-M1 does not feature a touch screen.
Display characteristics at a glance:
X-M1 video supported the resolution with 1920 x 1080 pixel.
ACamera is not equipped with an external microphone.
Fujifilm X-M1 Video parameters:
|Max. resolution||1920 x 1080 pixel|
|…with frame rates||30 frames/second|
|Connectivity & Wireless Specs|
The X-M1 has Wi-fi connection. You can transfer photos to a mobile or laptop using wi-fi.
Eventually, if the wifi connection is disabled the wired connection may be used.
Connect the Fujifilm to a monitor or TV set over HDMI.
The Fujifilm supports USB 2.0.
The camera supports SD HC and SD XC cards.
Memory cards characteristics:
The Fujifilm X-M1 has a NP-W126 LiIon battery. The battery provides a shooting life of 350 shots. It`s enough for one day or more.
The battery can be charged over USB while in camera. Very useful, especially on vacation when most people bring a USB charger for their smartphone anyway.
The X-M1’s battery battery parameters:
|Battery life||350 photos|
The Fujifilm X-M1’s size is 116.9 x 66.9 x 40mm³. (4.6″ x 2.6″ x 1.6″). That dimensions are without lens. The weight of camera is 4.6″ x 2.6″ x 1.6″ grams (350 oz.) without lens weight.
Here is front and top view of the X-M1:
To put the size of the camera in context, here it is next to a typical ID card (c. 86mm x 55mm, about the size of a credit card).
The X-M1 is not much bigger:
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