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Fujifilm Unveils The New X-M1 Retro-Styled Camera

Fujifilm has recently introduced another retro-styled camera – the X-M1, a compact system camera which uses the same APS-C sized X-Trans CMOS sensor as the company’s high-end X-Pro1, as well as the XF 27mm compact prime lens. The XM-1 comes in three colors and houses a 16-megapixel X-Trans sensor, has a larger, higher-resolution LCD (3-inch), built-in Wi-Fi for instant sharing via mobile devices. Full features list after the break.  Available for pre-order from Amazon.com $699-$799

FUJIFILM X-M1 key features list:
– 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor (same sensor as X-Pro1/X-E1)
– Hi-speed EXR Processor II
– Start-up time of 0.5 secs, shutter lag of 0.05 secs and a maximum burst speed of 5.6 fps(max. 30 frames)
– Compact and lightweight body (half the size of an SLR)
– Tiltable 3-inch LCD (920K dot high definition)
– Built in flash with FUJIFILM’s Super Intelligent Flash technology
– ISO200-6400 in 1/3 step increments (and extended range of ISO100, ISO 12800 to 25600 at reduced resolution)
– Full HD Video recording at 30fps
– 49 point AF
– Art filters: 8 Advanced Filters plus 5 Film Simulation modes
– In-camera RAW processing
– Q button for list view of frequently-used menus and smooth configuration
– Hot shoe
– Wireless image transfer to smart phones and tablet PCs via FUJIFILM Camera app
– Cool retro design, available in three colors: Black, Silver and Brown

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