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Awards

DPReview.com - September 2013

DPReview.com - September 2013

Gold award

"The best thing about the X-M1 is its top-notch photo quality. While the bundled 16-50mm lens produces good results, photos taken on Fuji's prime lenses - some of which cost as much as the camera itself - are truly stunning. Since noise isn't a problem until the highest sensitivities, you can shoot with confidence in low light.

Whether you're making the leap into the mirrorless, or just want a second camera with great photo quality, then the Fujifilm X-M1 earns our highest recommendation."

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DPReview's Entry-Level Mirrorless Camera Roundup 2013

Best entry-level mirrorless camera

"The Fujifilm X-M1 gets so much right it deserves the credit. It turns out excellent JPEGs with very little noise until the highest sensitivities, so beginners who aren't likely to want to shoot Raw will get good results straight from the camera. It's happy to shoot in full auto, and for those who want to eventually learn the ins and outs of exposure, offers more external controls than the rest of the class. The inclusion of Wi-Fi and a good quality kit lens are more good reasons to pick up the X-M1. If cost is a concern, the X-A1 offers most of the X-M1's benefits for a little less cash."

Photography Monthly

Photography Monthly

Editor's Choice

"This is a solid 9.5/10 and therefore I have awarded it my Editor's Choice Award. It's such a great little camera."

Press Review

Amateur Photographer

Amateur Photographer

4 of 5

"Overall, the X-M1 is a fine entry-level compact system camera. In fact, it is one of the best we have tested, combining good handling, style and great image quality."

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Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews

4 of 5

"Owing to the model's X-trans sensor, image quality is an area where we can expect an X-series camera to excel, and the results from the X-M1 prove that the camera is no different."

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TechRadar - September 2013

TechRadar - September 2013

4 of 5

"Fuji has once again pulled a design classic out of the bag, producing something that manages to combine classic retro looks with everything you need for excellent picture taking as well as an extremely useful tilting screen."

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Pocket-lint - August 2013

Pocket-lint - August 2013

4 of 5

"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. "

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What Digital Camera - August 2013

What Digital Camera - August 2013

5 of 5

"The Fujifilm X-M1 excels in three key areas over its rivals that are hard to see when spec sheets are analysed – style, feel and results.

The stylish retro design is complimented by an excellent finish, but perhaps most importantly of all is the beautiful results that the X-M1's X-Trans CMOS sensor delivers, and for some that'll be a premium worth paying."

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WexBlog - August 2013

WexBlog - August 2013

5 of 5

"If you want something that packs the same punch as an X-Pro1, but at a lower price point, the X-M1 is a great option."

- Review by Kevin Mullins

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PhotoMadd.com - July 2013

PhotoMadd.com - July 2013

5 of 5

"The X-M1 gives you the ability to buy into the X-Series XF-Mount ecosystem more economically, giving you the option to expand into the range if you choose to do so later on, much like the beginner buying an entry level dSLR. "

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ePHOTOzine - July 2013

ePHOTOzine - July 2013

5 of 5

"Image quality is very good with excellent colour, and fans of Fujifilm colour and film will find the X-M1 gives very pleasing results, with very good detail, and reliable exposure. The X-M1 with the 16-50mm kit lens offers very good value for money"

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PhotographyBLOG - July 2013

PhotographyBLOG - July 2013

5 of 5

"The X-M1 is certainly right up there with the best APS-C sensor cameras on the market, and some full-frame models too, so if image quality at an affordable price is paramount, the X-M1 certainly fits the bill"

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