Pros: I have been quite pleased with the quality of the photos from this camera. The sharpness is breathtaking, particularly with a prime lens. The color registering is very good. When I use this camera, I am reminded of the old Canon AT-1 and FTB I used to shoot with. It operates smoothly, even in cold temperatures, and lets me easily make the changes I want for exposure, depth of field, and shutter speed. Although this camera doesn't have the latest video features, it tak...
Cons: My only negative on this camera is the lack of a viewfinder--I knew this when I bought it, and chose not to spend the $100 or more extra for the next level camera. So far it has not interfered with my shooting.
Summary: I love this camera. I get so many compliments when I carry ti around and use. People love the look of it, plus it takes amazing photos. I love how I can swap the lenses to make it more versatile. It takes amazing low-light photos. Very light to carry around. The view screen in the back is adjustable so you can move it prevent glare. I can't say enough good things about this camera. LOVE!
Summary: I'm very happy with the camera. Finding a digital camera at a good price with all the features you want is hard, if not impossible. At first I couldn't get past that this camera doesn't have a viewfinder but after fiddling around with the camera, and seeing the crisp images it produces I was sold. I found an excellent deal refurbished and I believe the camera was brand new and unused... Confusing but I'm happy.
Excerpt: Let me start this by saying, I am not a pro, and have only rarely used pro equipment. That said;The X-M1 is an excellent camera. Despite being near the lowest rung on Fuji's offerings, this camera takes unashamedly good looking photos. After doing some reading, I decided to pair this camera with the "FujifilmXF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS Zoom Lens" instead of the stock lens.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD
Summary: Oddly, I've become a bit of a Fujifilm lover. Not sure why. First camera ever was a Canon fTB-n 35mm brick. got so tired of carrying that 6 pound monster (with 35-105 Hoya zoom) that I gave up SLR's and bought an early Ricoh point and shoot and loved it. When the digital revolution arrived I started with a 1 mp Sony Mavica with a floppy disk! Moved up to a fantastic 2 megapixel Toshiba....then bought a series of Fuji's just by chance.
Summary: good, clear, bright. ergonominy - comfortable to hold in hand. rapid transfer from camera down somewhere else: here and wifi, and yusb. Price valid in principle for such a model. Like the body design. universlen lens - a novice eyes enough, and the more experienced user will understand that for him to purchase.
Excerpt: I've always been a Canon guy (semi-pro models) so this was my first step up out of that realm. Very nice camera and capture fantastic shots. I'm still learning how to use all the features of this beauty but I'm totally in love with it!