It seems those leaked images and specs we seen a few days ago are true, and Fujifilm has today made their latest compact camera official, dubbed the X-M1, it still packs some pretty impressive specs in that small form-factor.
Packing a 16.3 megapixel APS-C sized X-Trans CMOS sensor, it also packs the latest EXR Processor II, it only weighs 330g without a lens attached and is still a couple of mm thinner than the X-E1.
Alongside this, the drive also includes Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing users to wirelessly transfer images from the camera to a smartphone.
Also included is the new XC 15-50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, however there’s no viewfinder built into the camera itself, but there is a hotshot ready on the top of the camera, alongside a 3 inch, 920k-dot resolution LCD screen that can be tilted into various positions.
Images can be shot anywhere from ISO 209 to ISO 6400 as standard, this can be increased to ISO 24,600 at the cost of a reduced resolution, alongside which it also has a 0.5 second start up time a 0.05 shutter lag time and can even shoot up to 30fps video at 5.6 frames per second in burst mode.
The X-M1 will be available in black, silver and brown from a currently unknown release date, which is the same for the price.
We should no more however in the coming weeks.