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Fujifilm X-M1 Compact System 16MP Digital Camera Kit with 16-50mm Lens and 3-Inch LCD Screen (Black)

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  • 16MP APS-C CMOS X-Trans Sensor with EXR processor II
  • Includes XC 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OIS
  • 3" (920k Dot) Tilting LCD
  • Wi-Fi Image Transfer
  • Full HD Movie -1080p/30fps/built in stereo microphone
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 1.5 x 2.6 inches ; 11.7 ounces
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  • Item model number: X-M1 Kit w/ 16-50mm (Black)
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #717 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 24, 2013

Product Description

Style: 16-50mm Lens Kit | Color: Black

From the Manufacturer


More camera in a compact, More impact in every photo.

Stylish and compact, yet possessing the power to capture every scene with unprecedented image quality and richness of color reproduction. It's everything you wished for in one camera, and more.

X-M1. A small camera with the big impact.


Fujifilm X-M1
Step out with DSLR-style agility

Compact and lighter than a typical DSLR, but delivering uncompromising resolution rivaling its bulky cousins. The classic lines of the small body invite you to take it with you wherever you go. The impact of what the FUJIFILM X-M1 offers will motivate you to get out there and seize every moment.







Simple "One Handed" Operation
Simple "One Handed" Operation

All dials and buttons are arranged on the right of the LCD for easy and direct control at your fingertips.








Large APS-C sensor for beautiful "bokeh".
Large APS-C sensor for beautiful "bokeh"

Capture impressive images with the hallmark of professional photography — a beautiful softly defocused "bokeh" background. Mount a fixed focal length lens for a more circular "bokeh" effect.










Capture each strand of hair in crisp detail
Capture each strand of hair in crisp detail

Due to the X-Trans CMOS sensor architecture that eliminates the need for an optical low-pass filter (OLPF) and integrates FUJFILM's originally developed color filter array, the FUJIFILM X-M1 reproduces scenes with resolution and clarity rivaling a larger sensor.







Wi-Fi Button
Wi-Fi Button (Fn button)
Just playback and select the photos you want to transfer and press the Wi-Fi button (Fn: Function button) on the top of the camera body to send photos to your smartphone or tablet. No ID or password. It's that easy.






High Sensitivity for noise-free and blur-free photos even in low light.
High Sensitivity for noise-free and blur-free photos even in low light

The high sensitivity performance of the X-Trans CMOS sensor and EXR PROCESSOR II lets you capture low-light scenes with crisp clarity, free from noise. Turn up the sensitivity and capture dynamic scene with confidence, even in dark conditions. You can shoot without a tripod and without fear of camera shake ruining your results.






Inimitable FUJIFILM color

FUJIFILM color reproduction quality is the sum of about 80 years of photographic film know-how. From beautiful soft skin tones to the deep azure of the skies, FUJIFILM captures each scene just as your eye sees it and saves your memory as an exceptional photo.

Effortlessly take photos like a pro with Advanced SR AUTO

Advanced SR AUTO automatically optimizes shutter speed, aperture and other settings. It instantly recognizes 58 scene types and then selects the most appropriate settings. All you do is frame, press the shutter and enjoy pro-class photo quality.

High-speed Response Keeps You in Synch with the Moment

High-speed Response

From the instant you spot your shot and switch ON your FUJIFILM X-M1, its high-speed performance will ensure the magic of the moment does not escape your lens.

Capture moving subjects with 5.6 fps (max. 30 frames**) high speed continuous shooting

Ideal for shooting children, pets and other subjects that seem to be constantly on the go, this built-in function lets you record a burst of up to 30 frames at a speed of 5.6 fps and then select the best shot.

QUICK START MODE

From SLEEP to ON in about 0.5 sec. After turning OFF the power, the FUJIFILM X-M1 enters a "sleep" mode (for a maximum of 24 minutes). If the power is turned ON during this time, the FUJIFILM X-M1 "wakes up" instantly, reducing the normal startup time from 1.0 sec. to approx. 0.5 sec. ready for you to frame and capture the moment.

The design of the FUJIFILM X-M1 prioritizes "photographing"

FUJIFILM X-M1 comes with a variety of shooting modes. Rotate the Mode Dial to quickly select the mode that suits your shooting scene or purpose.

Twin Command Dials. Enjoyment of unlimited possibilities under your thumb.

Twin Command Dials

Twin command dials on the upper control deck are ergonomically positioned for instant adjustment of aperture, shutter speed and exposure compensation. The intuitive ease of analog dial operation invites the exploration of photographic possibilities. Before long, you will be mastering bokeh effects, experimenting with how brightness transforms creative expression, and stretching your skills as a photographer.

New Filter Array

Higher degree of randomness with an array of 6 x 6 pixel units.

X-Trans CMOS sensor incorporates an original color filter array with a highly random pattern, eliminating the need for an optical low-pass filter (OLPF). These filters are used in conventional systems to inhibit moiré at the expense of resolution. The X-Trans CMOS sensor array lets the sensor capture unfiltered light from the lens, achieving an unprecedented level of resolution.

Fn button for one-touch access to a frequently used function

Assign any one of the following frequently used functions to the Fn (Function) button and enjoy smooth one-touch controls during shooting:

PREVIEW DEPTH OF FIELD / ISO (Default setting) / SELF-TIMER / IMAGE SIZE / IMAGE QUALITY / DYNAMIC RANGE / FILM SIMULATION / PHOTOMETRY / AE AF LOCK / INSTANT AF / FOCUS MODE / FACE DETECTION / LOCATION INFO SEARCH / MOVIE / RAW

One Touch Movie Recording Button

A one-touch Movie Recording Button enables you to capture all the action in Full HD.

Q (Quick Menu) Button

Just press the Q (Quick Menu) button, you can skip directly to a list display of ISO sensitivity setting, White Balance, Film Simulation and other frequently used shooting settings. It is possible to swiftly change settings while shooting.

Tilting Screen

With the ability to tilt the monitor up or down about 90 degrees, you can stretch your arms overhead to frame and shoot high angle shots over a crowd, or low down to capture a different perpective from the ground up.

Bright, high-resolution LCD. Comfortable, clear viewing when tilted or under strong sunlight.

The large, high-contrast, 920K-dot 3.0-inch LCD features an ultra-wide viewing angle for easy framing of shots even at extreme angles. For clear monitor viewability in bright, outdoor conditions, the FUJIFILM X-M1 is ready with a built-in Sunlight Mode.

Focus Point Zoom

Zoom in on the focus point of the captured image to check focal precision, blur, etc.

Playback Functions

After shooting, take advantage of the wide array of handy playback functions including Shooting Data display to review which settings were used when the image was taken, Focus Point Zoom for zooming in to check focal precision and picture quality, and "Red Eye Correction" for automatic detection and correction of any red-eye effect in portraits, in-camera, after the shot is taken. Also in the Micro Thumbnail View, you can display up to 100 thumbnail images on screen at once.

Super Intelligent Flash

Automatically delivering the ideal amount of flash for every scene, the FUJIFILM X-M1 clearly and brightly captures faces even under strong backlit or dark conditions. Also when shooting macro shots in dim lighting, this smart flash prevents the washout of the subject and background. When even more light is required or you're shooting with the lens hood attached, you can use a separately sold TTL flash.

Advanced Filters. Transform photos into original works of art.

Featuring a choice of 8 artistic effects, Advanced Filters make artistic photography as easy as pressing the shutter. Before you shoot, you can preview the effect on the LCD monitor and even fine-tune brightness.



Product Description

X-M1 Kit with 16-50mm (Black)

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I noticed it when i first shot with the camera but has gotten progressively worse. makes quick focal length changes mildly difficult. but otherwise the picture quality is… Read more ›
I bought one of these as a backup body for my X-T1. Having the same sensor as the other X bodies, the images are outstanding. The XC 16-50 kit lens is also much better than… Read more ›
I been using the camera more today - the photo quality, color,dr etc just beautiful - the quality just stands out and the lens quality is also amazing. There are times when… Read more ›
really good for using and it is very interesting to take photo with this light camera. thanks for amazon! Read more ›
Very highly recommend, especially for someone with a good but lazy eye (takes AMAZING photos, even if left on auto- without making use of all the features). Also, just… Read more ›
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… Read more ›
it won't do everything - macro, and very low light. Wish Fuji would come out with a full frame model like Sony has. I really like this camera. Read more ›
While the quality is quite nice of the camera itself, the…I ended up returning it and getting Sony rx100 II for the same price with amazing features and better quality. Read more ›
So, for the price, my X-M1 is relegated to travel snapshots. I still enjoy using it with the Q menu because it's so flexible and easy to change settings on the fly. But… Read more ›
The OM-D E-M5 has some unique features that may make it better for you (exceptionally good IBIS, weather sealing, EVF). Read more ›
+ EXCELLENT control using dual dials + Useful Q menu + Easy to use regular menu Read more ›
Options are under submenus, and…Furthermore, if you customise your camera buttons in PASM, those customizations don't carry into some of the other modes, like auto mode. Read more ›
The image quality and results mirror my X-E2 (with similar lenses). Speaking of lenses, the 16-50mm lens included is rather nice, and I like the focal length they chose. It'… Read more ›
When lighting is decent, when your subject is close by (due to the only lens I have - 16-50mm),…Even for indoor with flash, with the included kit lens, it works very well. Read more ›
For those novice users looking for a beginning camera, the X-M1 may be…The 16-50mm lens is a nice fit for the X-M1, but its protrusion doesn't make it very pocket friendly. Read more ›
After using this camera for an entire day at my brothers wedding here is my review: (Note I used a Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 Compact Prime Lens the whole time.) (I am not a… Read more ›
Pros: Photo quality, tilt flash, great lenses available, very cool filters built in, Fn and Q buttons, start up speed. Cons: Occasional focus issues, grip does not feel… Read more ›
I would like to get the additional grip handle but I do not want to increase…Speaking of size, even with my compact lens, don't expect to put this in any kind of pocket. Read more ›
I was…This camera has so many options and easy to use menus to customize your pictures if you want, but you can also use the auto settings for great pictures, too. I… Read more ›
And this camera has made my learning easy. Because its easy to use, you dont get lost in the menus, it is fast, you turn it on and boom you can get the photo you wanted. And… Read more ›
I absolutely love this camera. Great options for lenses (more on their way), pics are sharp, and very easy to use. Lenses for fuji aren't as expensive as some of the other… Read more ›
The image quality is beautiful, the camera is so much fun to shoot and I bring it everywhere I go. Light and easy to use I would recommend this to anyone. Read more ›
Overall this is a great camera. Takes great photos, is plenty fast enough for purchased use, and is small enough to qualify as a carry camera. For me the only thing that… Read more ›
You rarely need to use the manual for this camera. I always shoot in manual mode with my DSLR but I found the X-M1 to be extremely easy to use. The menus are easy to access… Read more ›
Excellent camera with awesome clarity and color is just out of this world! I own high end canon, olympus cameras. Read more ›
Picture quality is great when it comes to this camera. Clear, crisp and colorful. A big plus for any photographer. Read more ›
The screen has good color and is bright, though in even December days in Arizona there were some shots I had to guess at framing because the sun washed out the screen, even… Read more ›
These minor issues are far eclipsed by the impressive and well known 16 megapixel X-Trans APS-C CMOS sensor offering some of the best color rendition in a jpeg I have seen… Read more ›
This means, you can shoot those…The screen is sharp with accurate color rendition, and seems to handle glare fairly well, a major issue when you do not have a viewfinder. Read more ›
The camera still has that great fuji colors and resolution that everyone already knows about. These are mostly software issues that I hope fuji will address. Read more ›
I used this with aperture primary mode with face detection. Focus was mostly quick and accurate. Not as quick as a DSLR, but then again since this is not using a viewfinder… Read more ›
- The shutter lag and autofocus speed are much faster than the X100 which is notoriously slow by any account. Just in case you thought you needed an X100S (or better) to… Read more ›
Tracking Focus…I really enjoy this feature on the X20, and it's a great tool for focus/recompose without the small loss of focus that occurs without Tracking Focus enabled. Read more ›
+ Good build quality + Fast focusing + Good fill-flash Read more ›
It's significantly better than than the E-PL5 and GF5. However, the newer Olympus u43 cameras (OM-D E-M5, E-PL5, E-PM2, and E-P5) have very fast autofocus. In outdoors… Read more ›
Yes, Fuji, if you can put the same advanced options like pro low light and panorama in the next upgrade I'll be thrilled, but for now this camera has everything - very… Read more ›
Very easy to change settings. Lcd screen is decent. Highly impressed with this camera overall. Read more ›
I like that. However on a camera without a viewfinder the ability to touch focus on the screen is really nice. This doesn't have that. Read more ›
That screen takes getting used to - the screen is…The screen itself is nice and bright, and comes with good options for what kind of information would you like to see on it Read more ›
I really like the flash on this camera, you can tilt the flash up or…The screen is good enough to use outdoors, and the tilt feature is great for taking overhead shots. T… Read more ›
Delivers great images, i did prints of 24x36" and they look amazing. I love the tilt screen it just makes taking pics so much easier, i would say very well worth the money. I… Read more ›
Yes, Fuji, if you can put the same advanced options like pro low light and panorama in the next upgrade I'll be thrilled, but for now this camera has everything - very… Read more ›
Overall, the Fuji creates very pleasing images. The sensor is excellent and shoots at high ISO with aplomb. I was able to shoot up to ISO 3200 without worrying about noise… Read more ›
Above ISO 3200 is OK, but I reserve those setting for emergency use only. Dynamic range is also great, and the sensor holds onto highlight and shadow details well. Taken as… Read more ›
Dynamic range is also great, and the sensor holds onto highlight and shadow…Taken as a whole, this sensor stands toe to toe with the best sensors in this class of camera. Read more ›
I needed a small camera to take hiking, I needed very good image quality and chose the Fujifilm as it has a great sensor, I like the idea of being able to change lenses and… Read more ›
B…I couldnt find sensor or lens ratings at DXO for the fuji system - but dpreview had great sensor ratings for jpegs, and stevehuffphoto and other sites had a lot of reviews. Read more ›
Instead pay $100 more to buy X-E1 with the great XF 18-55mm kit lens. ( I heard that X-E1 body is very well made. ) And since X-A1 has the same plastic body as X-M1… Read more ›
The X-M1 is compact, lightweight and produces very nice color in the JPEGs. The kit 16-50mm kit lens and body are solidly built with no wobbly parts. It has a plastic mount… Read more ›
Overall, the build quality of the camera body is very nice and solid, but the camera has two major issues for me that brings the rating down to three stars. These may not… Read more ›
The Fujifilm X-M1 is Fuji's 'enthusiast' mirrorless model leaving behind the rugged metal…The X-M1 features a light but solid plastic body with a retro viewfinder-ish look. Read more ›
The first thing you should know is that this camera…The kit lens is smallish compared to some DSLRs but not all that compact and the body is larger than the Sony NEX. I… Read more ›
- At ISO3200, definitely still usable. - Cool retro camera body look (I received the black one, but I really wish I could have owned the silver one!) Read more ›
2. Love some of the features - burst mode is good, Adv mode is super cool for shooting with selected colors, Q button and Fn buttons are great for switching and adjusting… Read more ›
There's a handy customizable function button to help you avoid menu surfing and two (count 'em, TWO) setting dials for easily changing aperture or shutter speed or exposure… Read more ›
- It has an external flash…- Physical buttons for quick access (easily switch aperture and shutter speeds and ISO; two dials; function button; quick movie record button) Read more ›
Auto I know, but it seems the other two could have been combined as it's not immediately obvious what the…* The 'Q' quick menu button for quick access vs. the Menu button. Read more ›
In manual focus mode, you can click the sub-command dial in to digitally zoom in quickly on your subject to check focus. This is an excellent shortcut button. Read more ›
Furthermore, the OM-D can be easily customized (you can…and the kit lens 12-50mm has a built in function button that allows you to set it to do useful things like 2x zoom. Read more ›
Overall it is a very good DSLR camera at a good price. A very good starter camera. Read more ›
Sturdy by all means, but hard to get used to when coming from…But clearly, the price point reflects the level of build quality in comparison to the higher cost X-100s. I… Read more ›
In conclusion, a great, stylish camera at a very fantastic price point... which is achieved in part by just an ok kit lens which you should replace with a pancake lens ASAP. A… Read more ›
After returning the 70d, I pretty much became open to trying out…Along came XM1 with decent rating in dpreview, plastic body with a new cheap lens and reasonable price. Read more ›
A compact CSC in an affordable price range with an amazing…A good value for what you are getting and another terrific addition to Fuji's fast growing X-series line-up Read more ›
Just to save some complainers the time- if you so need a viewfinder and you supposedly "would have been interested" in a fuji small X camera- there's the fuji x-e1 which is… Read more ›
And by getting the X-M1 with both lenses I can zoom in for whatever kids may be doing. I know there are good zoom point and shoots also. I think I did well. Read more ›
I researched the XF lenses, it seems they are made of metal and have faster zoom, bigger aperture etc. They are expensive though. Read more ›
It is the Fuji system, body and lens. They didn't make a bunch of consumer lenses to start their system, but have a handful of primes and 3 great zooms. These are not zooms… Read more ›
So I got a EOS 6D with 24-105mm F4.0 L lens plus another full frame zoom. That thing took very nice shots - the smoothness of the image and tone of color was amazing. Read more ›
Furthermore, the OM-D can be easily customized (you can…and the kit lens 12-50mm has a built in function button that allows you to set it to do useful things like 2x zoom. Read more ›
Yes, Fuji, if you can put the same advanced options like pro low light and panorama in the next upgrade I'll be thrilled, but for now this camera has everything - very… Read more ›

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250 of 257 people found the following review helpful By A. Shrestha on August 3, 2013
Style Name: 16-50mm Lens KitColor Name: Black
Update (1 Year):
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After 1 year of use, I have to warn people about one thing:
(1) The Fuji X-Trans sensor/engine tends to smear details in skin tones. Skin can look very "smeared" almost like plastic. This makes me hesitant to use it for any important events where the primary subject would be people.

Shooting RAW eliminates the smeared skin details, but then I have to spend time massaging files in Lightroom, and RAW files are around ~32mbs each. At that size, I'd rather shoot D810 RAW files.

So, for the price, my X-M1 is relegated to travel snapshots. I still enjoy using it with the Q menu because it's so flexible and easy to change settings on the fly. But anytime people are the main subject, I will not pick the X-M1 as my first choice.

(Side note: because of the X-Trans sensor's tendency to smear details in skin, I returned the X100s since I already had the X-M1 for travel. I also reduced the rating to 4-stars because of this shortcoming.)

---- END 1 Year UPDATE ----

First Impressions:
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The Fuji X-M1 is an excellent camera. As the cheapest Fuji interchangeable lens camera, I was looking at the X-M1 as an introduction into the Fuji X system. This Fuji APS-C X sensor receives a lot of hype, and this camera does not disappoint. The build quality seems good and feels durable. The overall size with the kit lens is also much smaller than I had initially thought from pictures.

Out of camera JPEGS (with some slight tweaks) are very good. I'm glad that I don't have to spend as much time massaging RAW files in Lightroom.

If you're considering the following cameras, I think the X-M1 is better than the following:
* Olympus E-PM2, E-PL5.
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61 of 66 people found the following review helpful By A. Gupta on September 29, 2013
Style Name: 16-50mm Lens KitColor Name: Black Verified Purchase
Background and context:

I currently own an old Canon DSLR - 1000D or similar - and had it for four plus years. So since last year I have been hunting for a replacement, one which lets me overcome the limitations of the current camera (more of that in a minute), leverages my investments in canon line-up (specifically: EF 17-40mm L, EF 50mm 1.8, EX 460 flash).

I will go through my experiments/purchases, coming from a DSLR user, share how did I end up buying the X-M1 .. and what I think about it

What was I looking for:

1. Shooting in low light - my current camera maxed out at a sort-of unusable 1600 ISO. I bought a flash and learnt how to bounce it etc - but with new cameras and capabilities, the point of flash in casual settings became less and less frequent.
2. I gained a decent bit of expertise on using manual controls - using AEV, aperture and shutter settings - and getting delicious bokeh. So advanced controls was another thing I wanted in my new camera.
3. Video capabilities: I saw sample videos of DSLR cameras - and wanted to be able to take videos with the bokeh in the background, and do low light videography with high image quality
4. More resolution: In-spite of what other people say about resolution - I like to blow up the image and look at it - admire tiny details that might be missed in the overall shot when looked on the overall photo. Obviously this depends on the shot.. but my 10MP felt limiting
5. Good image quality with JPEGs: I didn't know I felt I needed better quality at first other that low light - but didnt want to loose image quality. That said - I dont do RAW conversions - and I know I am probably not going to do it in the future either.
6.
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66 of 77 people found the following review helpful By PM on August 18, 2013
Style Name: 16-50mm Lens KitColor Name: Black Verified Purchase
After using this camera for an entire day at my brothers wedding here is my review: (Note I used a Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 Compact Prime Lens the whole time.) (I am not a pro, most of my pictures are taken in automatic)

Pros: Photo quality, tilt flash, great lenses available, very cool filters built in, Fn and Q buttons, start up speed.
Cons: Occasional focus issues, grip does not feel very secure, repetitive menus,

This camera feels really well built, it feels like you have something great in your hand. The grip on this camera is not all that great, the camera just does not feel secure when you are holding it. I would like to get the additional grip handle but I do not want to increase the size of this camera. Speaking of size, even with my compact lens, don't expect to put this in any kind of pocket. I wish this camera was a little smaller. The battery on this camera lasted me most of the day, around 300 pictures. I really like the flash on this camera, you can tilt the flash up or down, so you can get very cool effects. The screen is good enough to use outdoors, and the tilt feature is great for taking overhead shots. The camera starts up quick and takes pictures very quickly as well. The pictures, when the camera manages to focus, are beautiful! I am absolutely in love with the picture quality. Well worth having compared to the drawbacks.

Update : October 5 --
So I have been shooting with this camera for a few weeks now, mainly with the 27mm lens, and I realized a few things.

Why I'm gonna keep it:
1. I love the quality of pictures, they are insanely wonderful.
2.
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