Condition : 9
Body shows very little signs of use, body shows very few cosmetic marks and scratches including light signs of use to the hotshoe and grips, light shining to the edge of the rear thumb grip, very light signs of use to the base.
The sensor is clean and free of dust, marks and scratches.
Shutter count: Not available.
Body is supplied with: Original Box, Battery, Charger, Manual, Strap, Software, Body Cap
Lightweight and easily portable, the Fuji X-M1 is the third retro compact system camera to join the Fuji X-series, offering enhanced operability and stunning picture quality comparable to that found on a DSLR. The Fuji X-M1 is equipped with a large 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor (same as X-Pro1 and X-E1) with the addition of an articulated 3.0” LCD screen and Wi-Fi, a first for the Fuji CSC ...
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Lightweight and easily portable, the Fuji X-M1 is the third retro compact system camera to join the Fuji X-series, offering enhanced operability and stunning picture quality comparable to that found on a DSLR. The Fuji X-M1 is equipped with a large 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor (same as X-Pro1 and X-E1) with the addition of an articulated 3.0” LCD screen and Wi-Fi, a first for the Fuji CSC range. The EXR Processor II provides continuous shooting at a rate of 5.6 fps and rapid response times, including a start-up time of 0.5 seconds and shutter of 0.05 seconds. The X-M1 weighs just 330 g despite incorporating a large sensor, a tiltable HD 3.0” LCD, a built-in flash, full HD 1080p video recording, Wi-Fi, an ISO range of 200-25,600, various Art Filters and a hot shoe for attaching additional accessories.
June 2013 - Following its successful X-Pro 1 and X-E1 models, Fujifilm has added a third model to its X-series of Compact System Cameras, the Fuji X-M1. Read more... »
August 2013 - The X-M1 is Fujifilm’s third addition to its popular X-series of Compact System Cameras. It combines the same sensor technology as its elder siblings with a tiltable display and wireless functionality, but it arrives at a more attractive price. X-series user Kevin Mullins takes it out for a spin to see how it fares.
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The Key Features:
- 16.3 megapixels
- APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor (same as X-Pro1/X-E1)
- Hi-speed EXR Processor II
- Compact, lightweight body
- Tiltable 3-inch LCD
- Built in flash
- ISO 200- 25,600
- Full HD video recording at 30fps
- 49 point AF system
- In-camera RAW processing
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- Fuji X lens mount
16.3 MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor
Featuring the same internationally-acclaimed proprietary multi-award-winning 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor as the Fuji X-Pro1 and Fuji X-E1. The Fuji X-M1 is equipped with a large APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor, which offers picture quality comparable to that of full-frame sensors. The sensor’s unique colour filter array minimises moiré and chromatic aberration without the need for an optical low pass filter, while dramatically boosting resolving power even at identical pixel counts to deliver sharp and texture-rich pictures.
The design draws out the potential of high-performance lenses to the maximum. It delivers clear images with stunningly low noise even in low-light conditions at night and indoors, where high sensitivity would usually be required. The sensor faithfully reproduces the warm tones of human skin and the vivid colours of the sky from deep blues to the red hues of the setting sun.
Users can set the sensor sensitivity from the regular ISO200 to as high as ISO6400 in 1/3 step increments, and can even take advantage of the extended range of ISO12800 and ISO25600 to obtain incredibly clear and low-noise images even in low-light or at night.
EXR Processor II
The EXR Processor II boasts fast performance, offering stress-free photo capture with its:
- Start-up time of 0.5 seconds (*1)
- Shutter time lag of 0.05 seconds
- Maximum burst speed of 5.6 frames per second (max. 30 frames*2)
Intuitive layout with adjustable buttons and dials
Designed to enable one handed operation with intuitive and quick selection of functions for casual shooting with beautiful results. All of the adjustable buttons and dials are positioned on the right-hand side of the camera’s rear LCD panel in pursuit of optimum operability and ease-of-use for casual shooting. When holding the camera with just your right hand, the placement of the buttons has been designed to allow you to access all functions and adjust the settings easily.
The Mode Dial allows you to select the optimum scene setting with access to the “Advanced SR Auto” function, which automatically recognises a scene type for fail-safe photography, and the “Advanced Filter” function for artistic photographic effects. The camera is equipped with two Command Dials, allowing users to adjust the aperture, shutter speed and exposure compensation quickly with their thumb. Individual buttons are also provided to access frequently-used functions such as White Balance, Burst Mode and Macro, so that you don’t have to go to the menu screen for each change of setting, enabling an intuitive and quick operation.
Strong, retro design
Sporting a compact and lightweight body, with a cool, retro design inherited from the FUJIFILM X-Pro1 and X-E1. The X-M1 has a classical and elegant feel just like the popular FUJIFILM X-Pro1 and X-E1 cameras. And importantly, at about half the size of a regular SLR body (66.5mm high and 39.0mm deep), its compact and lightweight design means users can casually carry it in a bag without having to worry about the bulk. The X-M1 weighs just 330 grams(*3) despite incorporating a large APS-C CMOS sensor, a tiltable high-definition LCD monitor, a built-in flash, Wi-Fi and a hot shoe.
3.0" tiltable LCD screen
Featuring a 920,000 dot high definition tiltable 3-inch LCD for creative and multi-angle shots. The 3-inch high-definition LCD screen tilts up and down, facilitating ground level shots of flowers and pets, as well as high-up shots over a crowd of people. It is also suited to tripod-mounted video shooting to broaden your creative options.
FUJIFILM’s Super i-Flash technology which regulates flash intensity according to the scene
The X-M1’s high-precision built-in flash, rated at the equivalent of Guide Number 7 (*4), uses FUJIFILM’s Super i-Flash technology to regulate the amount of light it fires dependent on the scene. In low-light indoor portrait shots or for close-ups of accessories / plates of food, the flash controls its output to reduce highlight blowout. It also provides the perfect fill-in flash when photographing people in backlit conditions or under intense sunlight casting strong shadows on the face.
Wireless image transfer allowing you to instantly transfer high quality images to a mobile device or computer
- The wireless image transfer function allows users to transfer their shots immediately to their smartphone or tablet PC. It broadens the enjoyment of photography through the easy uploading of your favourite images to social networking sites or just enabling you to share them with your friends.
- The camera has a built-in wireless image transfer function that uses the dedicated “FUJIFILM Camera App”, available as a free download, to instantly transfer and save your favourite photos to a smartphone or tablet PC. Beautiful images of your choice can be transferred with the Wi-Fi button ready for uploading to SNS or sharing with friends.
- Users can also view and import pictures and videos to the camera from a smartphone or tablet PC. The function can also retrieve location data from your smartphone to add the information to pictures you take.
- Additionally a PC Autosave feature is available, via Wi-Fi® (*5), this provides a simple means to back up your photos to your home PC. Just install the free “FUJIFILM PC AutoSave” software onto your PC and select which folder you want the photos to back up to, and then by linking your Wi-Fi Router and the X-M1 you will have set up a very simple to use backup for your photos on your home PC. Both incredibly useful and a big timesaver!
Be creative with Art Filters and Film Simulation
With eight advanced Art Filters, users can add special effects pre-image capture: namely Toy Camera, Miniature, Dynamic Tone, Pop Colour, Soft Focus, High Key, Low Key and Partial Colour. The camera also offers a Multiple Exposure mode which allows you to superimpose a second exposure onto the first exposure for a truly creative touch.
Additionally, Fuji’s Film Simulation modes feature five different effects that emulate the looks that used to be captured by different photographic films: i.e. Provia (standard) for natural colour reproduction, Velvia (vivid) for saturated tones, Astia (muted) for soft graduation, and Sepia and Black & White.
Full HD video recording
The FUJIFILM X-M1 is capable of full HD (1920x1080) video recording at 30 frames per second. Creative effects can be added when shooting videos with Film Simulation options including Monochrome and beautiful bokeh achieved with the large sensor at a large aperture.
*1 Quick Start mode
*2 Max. number of frames can be shot on JPEG setting, use an SD card Class 10 or higher
*3 Including the battery and memory card, excluding the lens
*5 Wi-Fi(R) is registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance
*6 35mm format equivalent
Fuji sample images
We've sourced these sample images from Fuji original source here. These images were taken using the Fuji X-M1 and XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS lens
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Highly Recommended: The Fuji X-M1 Digital Camera
Image quality is very good with excellent colour, and fans of Fujifilm colour and film will find the X-M1 gives very pleasing results, with very good detail, and reliable exposure. The X-M1 with the 16-50mm kit lens offers very good value for money.