Fujifilm X-M1

  • Fujifilm X-M1
81
Based on 35 scores, 69 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    12
  • Good:
    18
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • X-Trans sensor.
  • Good JPEG processing.
  • Delivers some of the best image quality we've seen for less than $1,000.

Cons:

  • Poor video quality.
  • Subpar Wi-Fi implementation prove annoying drawbacks.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Digital Photography Review on

Entry-level mirrorless cameras provide a nice middle ground between fixed-lens point-and-shoots and lower-end DSLRs. It's an ever-growing category with options for photographers of varying skill level and intentions. The common factors in this class are...

By TechTree on 60

This latest offering from Fujifilm is quite an interesting offering. However, at Rs 48,000, its asking price is a bit too steep. Instead, you can pick up the Canon EOS M for as little as Rs 32,000. If you can compromise on the sensor size, the Olympus...

By Digital Trends on 85

Call us fans of new Fujifilm cameras such as the X-M1, especially those using variations of the X-Trans CMOS APS-C sensor. We really like the image quality – the photos are just plain good. Specific to our review sample, it has all the tweaks serious...

By Digital Arts Online on 90

This beautifully retro camera is infused with both a classic design and modern digital tech to let you capture stunning images. Fuji seems to have hit something of a rich product vein in its vintage-styled X series compacts. The squarish X-M1 doesn’t...

By Digital Photography School on 60

Quality: above average.Why you'd buy the Fujifilm X-M1: good quality, small form factor.Why you wouldn't buy the Fujifilm X-M1: no panorama mode.An excellent camera for the ambitious beginner. Available in black, silver and brown.Fujifilm X-M1...

By TechRadar AU on 80

Buying Guide Best compact system camera There's plenty to like about the Fuji X-M1, and it's good to see Fuji thinking about a more mass market audience by introducing a more affordable model. That said, this is only more affordable by Fuji's terms, so...

By Photo Review Australia on 85

While we were producing this review Fujifilm announced its fourth X-Series camera, the X-A1, an entry-level model with a standard CMOS sensor. Before purchasing the X-M1 it might be worth having a look at the lower priced X-A1 which appears to be...

By Macworld UK on 80

Fuji seeks a wider audience for its retro styled CSCs, with the X-M1 boasting tilting touch screen and Wi-Fi alongside manual photographic features In contrast with the year-old Canon, here we have Fuji’s very latest CSC, though it looks deliberately...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Stunning photo quality makes it worth the high price, but additional lenses are expensive...

By Steves Digicams on

By Kyle Schurman The interchangeable lens Fujifilm X-M1 is a stylish looking camera that combines a nice mix of advanced photography features with a large image sensor. The X-M1's price seems to be a little high versus some other interchangeable lens...

By Amateur Photographer on 82

With the success of Fujis X-Pro1 and X-E1, the X-M1 was always likely to be the next logical step for the company. It has all the classic looks and stylish design we have come to expect from the X series, and includes the same excellent sensor as used...

By reviewed.com on 84

At first glance, the Fujifilm X-M1 seems like a commonsense proposition: Take the retro styling and superior image quality of the prestigious X Series and bring it down to a more consumer-friendly price point. Why wouldn't Fuji want to open up a new user...

By PC Mag on 70

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...

By Pocket-lint on 80

When it comes to the visuals the Fujifilm X-M1 is a winner. The images this camera can produce mean serious business - they're among the best from any compact system camera that we've yet seen. That's big-screen star points scored from that...

By DPexpert on

REVIEW—FUJIFILM X-M1 compact system camera] by terry on 15 August 2013 Price: $1099Lovely to look at, great to use THE LOW-DOWN: This 16mp compact system camera is the latest in Fujifilm’s X range. The sensor, with the low pass filter removed to...

By Sydney Morning Herald on

DateAugust 15, 2013 (0) Read later This 16-megapixel compact-system camera is the latest in Fujifilm's X range. The sensor, with the low pass filter removed to improve sharpness, is the same as used in the more expensive X-Pro 1 and X-E1....

By brisbanetimes.com.au on

The Sony NEX cameras have similar specifications; the Samsung NX is a cheaper alternative but not up to Fujifilm's X-M1 image quality; the Sony NEX-6, for the same price as the Fujifilm, has a fine electronic viewfinder built in. But then the X-M1 has...

By digitalcameraworld.com on

The X-M1 is the smallest and lightest CSC in Fuji's line-up, yet boasts the same sensor as the much-lauded X-Pro1. Amy Davies of our testing team puts it to the test in her Fuji X-M1 review video.The Fuji X-M1 is the third model in the company's X range...

By TrustedReviews on 80

What the X-M1 may be lacking in specification - as well as in the value stakes - it more than makes up for it with striking design and the standard of image quality. If you're in the market for an entry-level CSC, it's well worthy of consideration.

By What Digital Camera on 89

With a street price of £679 with the 16-50mm lens, there's no getting away from the fact that the Fujifilm X-M1 is facing some stiff competition from more affordable rivals such as the Panasonic GF6, Sony NEX-5R and Samsung NX300, all of which are...