Summary: I already have an Olympus Pen, a Sony NEX, and a Samsung NX mirrorless cameras. However I bought into Fuji's X-Trans sensor technology hype - and yes, I have seen many impressive photo samples on the internet by Fuji X cameras. So I ordered an X-M1 from another online retailer.
Summary: I was really looking forward to putting this camera through its paces, and the image quality of the photographs the Fujifilm X-M1 captures is stunning. The X-M1 has the same sensor as the XE-1 and X-Pro1 and thus the same image quality.
Celeste "Vodka, Apple Pucker & Sweet 'n' Sour", Amazon
28 December 2013
Summary: There are two things about this camera that I disliked right from the start, and both are very major drawbacks. First, there is no viewfinder on this camera. You have to use the LCD screen to frame your shots. In addition to this being quite awkward, it makes the battery run down very quickly.
volodoscope "Artist by heart, geek by nature", Amazon
9 September 2013
Summary: I've had Nikon DSLRs and Sony portables, and never have I been so confused with a camera more than this Fujifilm. I've found myself figuring out the interface majority of the time instead of taking photos.
No panorama mode (unlike the x100s, Xe-1 and most cameras!)
14 August 2013
Summary: I'll focus on the issues because there are so many options out there for mirrorless cameras and most will take amazing photos. 1) No panorama mode and No builtin HDR. This camera is suppose to be "easy" to use, a starter camera for the x system. I don't know why fuji left these features out.
Camera is ok, advertising it with cashback then denying the cashback payment is a reason to return it though.
29 January 2014
Summary: I ordered this camera in december because it was a decent camera with a good price - mostly because of the cashback offer that came with it. What I didn't knew was that this offer was only available to a limited number of people, I even got an email that confirmed that the cash back was applied to...