continuing its obsession with retro-style consumer imaging devices, the FUJIFILM X-M1 Compact System Camera gives you the power of DSLR without the bulk and heft, along with a styling that any self-respecting shutterbug would die for (well, maybe not that serious, but it is a pretty little thing, alright). sporting a 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor as found in the X-E1 and matched to the EXR Processor II, the X-M1 gives you up to ISO25,600 sensitivity, amazing start-up time, lightning quick shutter, and up to 5.6 fps of burst speed. other goodies include a 3-inch tilting LCD monitor, built-in high precision flash with Super Intelligent Flash technology, in-camera RAW processing, multiple exposure mode, Full HD videoing, built-in stereo microphone, and built-in WiFi that lets you wirelessly transfer your capture stills and footages to your smartphone, tablet, and computer.

however, the most attractive part of the deal is, the X-M1 is an compact system camera (aka interchangeable lens camera) that’s little less pricey than FUJIFILM’s previous offerings with similar specs; it will cost $699.95 for body-only and $799.95 for the one packaged with the XC16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OIS lens. available in a choice of black, silver, or brown, with the former two slated to hit the shelves next month (July), while the latter will follow suit in the month after (August). take a few more look at this salivating-worthy compact system camera in the gallery below.

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