Fujifilm X-M1

Announced Jun 25, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi friends,  I don't get focus peaking while using Advanced Mode (e.g. with filters) when I click the back wheel like I use to do in A-Mode with manual lenses. Are these modes especially for autofocus mode or do I have to change something? Thank you and cheers from Germany, doc --Open your eyes, ears and mind.
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Dear friends, I got an X-M1 some time ago and it seems that I am blind: Although I understand the X-M1's manual that it is possible to use film simulation bracketing in aperture priority mode I have only the options clicking on the button below the Menu OK button: Still Image, High (5.6) or Low speed (3) shooting and AE Bracketing. Am I so blind? Is the manual wrong?  Thank you and best regards, ThomasPS. I am using it in manual focus mode with an old manual Minolta lens.  -- Open your eyes,...
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I'm comparing Fuji cameras with M43 format cameras (mostly Olympus OM) so I made a comparison for Fuji to study them. X X-Pro X-T X-E X-A X-M All have APS-C 16 mpx sensor (except X100 just 12 mpx). Some have viewfinder and some don't. Some have tilting LCD and some don't... Yes, I think X-A2 is better than X-A1 and X100T is better than X100S and X100 but from a serie and another such substantial difference are there? Here the comparison:...
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I'm comparing Fuji cameras with M43 format cameras (mostly Olympus OM) so I made a comparison for Fuji to study them. X X-Pro X-T X-E X-A X-M All have APS-C 16 mpx sensor (except X100 just 12 mpx). Some have viewfinder and some don't. Some have tilting LCD and some don't... Yes, I think X-A2 is better than X-A1 and X100T is better than X100S and X100 but from a serie and another such substantial difference are there? Here the...
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I have these IS modes on my x-m1: continuous+motioncontinuousshooting+motionshooting only According to the manual, "shooting+motion" and "shooting" IS modes works when the shutter is half pressed. Continuous+motion is the default is mode, I think, but whats the point of having continuous IS mode?
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After turning my camera on the shutter closed and stayed closed covering the sensor. I can pull it down but it jumps back up. The camera is useless in this state. I tried reseting the camera, put the battery and card out and back in with no results. Has anyone heard of this problem?Internet/Google is not knowledgable on this topic unfortunately. Thank you!
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Hello! I am a beginner photographer (and by that I mean I am upgrading from my iphone) and I am trying to make a decision on the best camera for my price range, under $1,000. I would LOVE to splurge and buy the XT1, but I know that it doesn't make sense to spend that much money when I know absolutely nothing about handling any of the features. What I do know is that I would like a camera that performs well in low-light and has good auto-focus function. I will be using this camera for pictures...
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Hello, Would anyone be able to recommend a good lens upgrade for a Fuji X-M1 - ideally something good for landscape photography? A bit of background: I bought the camera about a year ago (it's my first DSLR), and I've been using the kit lens (XC16-50mm) that came with it since then. Though I'm a total novice, I actually bought the camera for work purposes. I work for a travel company, and I need a decent camera with me during trips abroad. This is mainly for photos of hotels/safari camps,...
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I currently have Fujifilm X-M1, I love everything about the camera; control dials, tilt screen IQ... etc Only gripe I have is the AF. It's no where near as good as my Nikon D700, especially in low light. I know it's X-M1 is entry level and D700 prosumer, so what I would like to ask is, high end Fujifilm mirrorless, are they as good as D700 or at least close in Auto Focusing? I am planning on investing more on fujifilm lenses and want to know if it will be worth it. I would like to make my...
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Hi all - sorry for somewhat long post on this topc... I have a X-M1 with the kit lenses (xc 16-50 + xc 50-230) and have been looking around for practical ways of using it to digitize my old collection of colour slides+negatives and b&w negatives (around 3500+ of the former, and about 11000 of the b&w ones - I'm talking images here, not films or film strips!) I have in the past used Mr. Scan ( http://www.mr-scan.co.uk/index.html ) to digitize my APS film collection with pleasing result, but as...
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