Fuji currently offers 5 mirrorless cameras, all with 1.5X crop APS-C sensors and their own X-mount. Sitting just above the most basic model, the Fuji X-M1 features the innovative 16 megapixels X-Trans CMOS sensor which debuted on the X-Pro1. This uses a special 6×6 pattern of color-filters to avoid issues with moire without the need for an anti-alias filter.
An express review of the entry-level X-M1 was just published at Neocamera. This model provides the most affordable Fuji mirrorless with X-Trans technology. Unlike most its competitors, the X-M1 is equipped with dual control-dials, plus a traditional mode-dial and hot-shoe. It also offers more external buttons than usual for a camera of its price.
Read the review to find out how it performs and compared with other members of the X-family.