Fujifilm X-M1

Announced Jun 25, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I've had some good results using legacy lenses on my new x-m1 (made easy by the focus peaking and magnification), but an unforseen problem has been that I've lost quite a lot of shots with these lenses due to camera shake -even at 1/500th.  I'm pretty sure its camera shake, as other shots with the same lenses have been fine (handheld or with tripod), as have shots taken with the 16-50 with O.I.S.  I've not noticed this problem on any camera before (including using the same lenses on film...
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I've just bought a second hand XF 18mm lens on eBay and it seems to work great with my X-M1, but I was surprised to find that it makes quite a loud noise when focusing, both on auto and manual modes. It also makes a bit of a clicking noise when switching between shoot and preview mode. Is this a common issue on these lenses or in general? Should I return the lens or get it looked at? The seller has been great and seems very trustworthy so I don't suspect he's sent me a faulty lens. It was...
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hello, I use an X10 and an Olympus OM-d EM-5 generally but bought an X-m1 because, well, I could..!  I wanted an X30 but as I was pricing them found a great deal on an X-m1 and figured I may as well go with an APC-s sensor to see what I was missing with Micro 4/3 and the X10. In general, for daylight and snapshot/vacation stuff, I find the pictures to be utterly spectacular.  I like this as a hybrid between the full function and flexibility of the Olympus and a point-and shoot with enough...
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I'v just bought an X-m1, and have had some good results, but also more teething problems than I'm used to with a new camera, not least due to the bundled software.  I find silkypix opaque, so have bought Photo Ninja - which seems o.k, but as a standalone programme doesn't work as an image viewer (c.f. Lightroom, which is rather expensive if you're on a limited pension).  But its Fuji's basic software that's had me climbing up the wall and across the ceiling this morning :-). In 'My Finepix...
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Hi, first of all sorry for my English :)I have a question, what would be better to buy for wedding photoshooting? I have a choice to buy a new Fujifilm X-M1 kit or used Nikon D300s + 50mm 1.8D. I heard, that the high iso on Fuji is very impressive and great, but the autofocus system in AF-C mode is very bad, but the Nikon has poor ISO and gread autofocus system. what do you think?
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I'm considering buying an x-m1 for its light weight and tiltable screen, but am anxious that RAW processing might be problematic.  I've had Silkypix a while ago, and didn't get on with it.  Does Lightroom handle the x-m1's raw files straightforwardly?  Another option I'm considering is the Sony a6000, which comes with easy to use RAW processing software that I'm already familiar with.  My other worry is that several reviews mention mushy greens, and suggest that Fuji x is not the best system...
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By: renshan (2 months ago)
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Hi all,I need some help buying a new camera.This will be my first, more serious camera. For years I used a simple Sony Cybershot compact camera. I want to step up to a more advanced camera now.I want a (relatively small) camera which has the best image quality available for around €500 (I live in the Europe). I want it to shoot nice pictures both in daylight and at night.Because I want it to be small (not necessarily pocketable), I think a mirrorless camera or a high end compact is the way to...
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Hello, I shoot with slr's now and typicallly I spot meter first, lock the exposure with AEL, focus (single or continuous) with AFL then use the shutter release to take a shot. I am considering getting a Fuji mirrorless system since I like the sensors and the available lenses. I want to know if I can duplicate my current 'workflow' with separate exposure and focus on an X-A1 using any combination of dedicated or Fn bottons. If not the X-A1, which of the Fuji's would allow me to do that? I am...
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I have an old Oly OVF which came with the eLP-1 and the 34mme lens. I currently use it with my EOS M, and it works can. Can I attach it to the XM1? I did a search on the forum but couldn't find anything related to this question. Thanks in advance, --Rube
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I'm looking for a new camera for shooting at conferences, so I need something quiet (not to disturb the audience/speaker) and performing well in low-light conditions (the room is usually dimmed, requiring ISO ~1600-3200). Interchangeable lens is "a must have" and generally the more it feels like a DSLR, the better. I use DSLR Sony SLT-A57 for ~2 years, and it served me well, but the shutter sound gets more and more annoying while shooting in quiet rooms, and the low-light performance is...
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