The Fujifilm X-M1 was the very first entry-level interchangeable lens camera in the Fujifilm X Series. It uses a 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, has an all-metal build and comes with a tilting LCD screen, WiFi connectivity and Full HD video at 30fps. The lack of a built-in electronic viewfinder is the main reason for its entry-level status.
As of today, it is the only “X-M” model in the series and is unlikely to be updated. This is because it was superseded by the even more affordable range of X-A entry-level models, which use a Bayer sensor rather than X-Trans technology.
- Announcement date: June 25th 2013
- Release date: August 2013
In this article, we’ve put together a gallery of the best sample images we took with the Fujifilm X-M1. You’ll also find links to a selection of sample SOOC JPG and RAW files to download after the gallery. We hope you enjoy looking through them as much as we did taking them!
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Fujifilm X-M1 Sample Images
The following is a gallery of nine Fujifilm X-M1 sample RAW images, all of which were edited in Lightroom and exported as JPGs. Each image is accompanied by information about the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO value.
Clicking an image will open a larger version in a new window.
SOOC JPG and RAW Samples to Download
The following is a selection of unedited SOOC JPG and RAW samples for you to download and experiment with. (Note that Fujifilm RAW files are called RAF.)