Summary: This Camera is amazing, lightweight, and a perfect gateway camera for the beginner wanting to have beautiful auto photos as well as learn a little about settings along the way. The colors are vibrant as always with Fuji their sensors are consistently amazing when it comes to vibrancy.
Summary: What I was promised was Fuji's entry level X-Trans camera but what I got was so much more. Yes, the camera is built with plastic and there's only one FN button but the images I've been able to get from this tiny camera are great.
Excerpt: Brilliant value now. You can get a new like body for around £100 in UK. The LCD is really great with great visibility outdoors. The mushy details are no longer problem if shoot raw using Raw Therapee free RAW editor, which has great film simulations as well.
Summary: If you're a novice photographer and you're reading this review, stop reading now. This review isn't going to talk about any of the features you'll want to use and this camera is going to be unrecognizable (see the photo). once kitted it out with those really cool and useful accessories.
Summary: So, after saving for a long time, and having done extensive research on cameras and photography, I decided to purchase The Fujifilm X-M1 camera. I liked it because it was black, looked pretty, and seemed as though it would be easy to hold and not too heavy.
Excerpt: I have this for quite sometime now and I can truly say this is one of an awesome camera. Set aside all the specs, the image quality of the X-M1 is at par with some respected heavy full frame cameras I've owned. I'm talking about 5D Mark 2, 3, nikon D610...