Fujifilm’s X-M1 Is Here — $699 Only!

Say what you want, but that’s an aggressive price point for the latest X series Fujifilm is offering:

The Fujifilm X-M1 -- the most affordable and certainly not the least capable of the Fujfilm X series lineup.
The Fujifilm X-M1 — the most affordable and certainly not the least capable of the Fujfilm X series lineup.
The Fujifilm X-M1 digital camera, 16.3MP, with 3″ tilting screen and Wi-Fi, comes from Amazon in black, silver and fancy brown leatherette with silver accents, a new color more and more camera makers seem to embrace (or order the black, silver or brown body from Adorama).

Camera only is $699.95.

The X-M1 is also offered with a new 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OIS lens which will only be available as a kit for $799.95 in black, silver and brown (or from Adorama black, silver, brown).

Additionally, Fujifilm has a new 27mm (41mm) F2.8 pancake for $449.95 from Amazon and Adorama (black, silver).

All products are also available for preorder from B&H.




  • Is there an EVF option? Or I guess you rely on auto focus and the LCD?

    • Guess this will be a future option. Or maybe not. The X-M1 forgoes the older siblings’ eye-level viewfinder, so you’ll have to do with the tilting rear screen. If EVF is a must Fujifilm would like you to buy an X-E or X-Pro.