The new Fujifilm X-M1 is everything you’ve ever wanted in a DSLR: high-quality resolution and more camera functionality. The only difference is that (clearly) its not a DSLR nor does it have any of the DSLR bulk. The Fujifilm X-M1 is a mirrorless camera with an array of impressive features that include: an illuminating APS-C 16M “X-Trans CMOS” & “EXR PROCESSOR II” that capture DSLR quality photos, a 3.0-inch/920K-dot Tilt LCD screen to compose and view your photos, a wide range of FUJINON XF/XC interchangeable lenses that tailors to your shooting style, wireless Image Transfer via mobile devices to share to all your social networks, and is available in 3 different color variations: Black, Silver and Brown (more details on the specs here). AND the street price: ($700 body only) or ($800 w/ 16-50mm kit lens) – is just right. Overall, if you’re looking for a substantial upgrade from the ho-hum capabilities of point-and-shoot cameras, or are searching for something a little bit more substantial than a smartphone, then the FUJIFILM X-M1 is definitely worth checking out.
[Hat Tip Petapixel]