Just Published: Our FujiFilm X-M1 ILC ReviewWe've just finished testing another compact ILC, this time it was the FujiFilm X-M1. Their third installment in the X-series of mirrorless, interchangeable lens cameras, the X-M1 is the smallest model from Fuji yet; however it's still packed with impressive features. First is an APS-C sized, 16-megaixel X-Trans CMOS image sensor, which they boast helps the X-M1 create high-quality stills and HD video, with excellent low-light performance thanks to its CMOS technology and ISO options from 100 - 25,600. Next is their X-mount lens system, which allows you to choose from 8 different lens models (as of Sept., 2013), ensuring you have the right lens to capture the scene at hand. The X-M1 offers that classic rangefinder look and feel that Fuji has become popular for, with a sturdy metal frame that feels well built in your hands. Lastly, Fuji incorporated built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for simple photo and video uploads.
To get all the details on this compact ILC, including whether or not it lives up to Fuji's claims, see our hands on FujiFilm X-M1 digital camera review.