Summary: The mirrorless Fujifilm X-M1 features a big APS-C image sensor that's capable of capturing some excellent images, but it's just a little slow to focus and fire. Pros: Excellent high ISO images. 5.5fps shooting. Retro design. Sharp kit lens. Built-in flash. Tilting 921k-dot rear display. Wi-Fi.
Summary: I bought a like new one. It's outstanding. It shoots in raw, which is a plus. It's easy to use and the picture quality is great. Highly recommend it. For this class of camera it is priced right.
Summary: The Fuji X-M1 sits in the entry segment of the X series models but this one has the unique X-Trans CMOS sensor (the X-A1 has a normal bayer sensor) in other areas though these models are the same (controls/functions etc) Being an entry model there are a few compromises here, firstly the most obvious...
Summary: The most disappointed thing about this camera is EXR processor. It is not that it is bad. It is just, that if you have owned previously Fuji made camera such as Fuji X10 and expect XM1 to behave the same way-it won't. Let me explain you why. Both cameras have a DR (dynamic range) of 100% to 400%.
nice blend of style, size, and excellent imaging -- the silver body is my favorite
Mrs. P, Amazon
7 October 2014
Summary: I love this little camera, the silver body with silver 27mm lens is most stylish combination. A 4 star review is pretty darn high for me to give. (I'm not into "star-inflation") but this little camera earned all 4 stars.
Summary: The reason I bought a camera is for family photos and trips. I didn't want to use my phone for all of these pictures and regret the bad quality of pictures in the far future. I almost got a point a shoot but a really good one was barely cheaper than the X-M1 with both lenses included.
Summary: I am not into photography but when going on vacations or outings with the family i still want to have good pictures. This camera shoots very good pictures and is lighter to bring around compared to the big Dslr. The only lacking is a view finder.