STANDOUT FEATURE: The X-Pro1 sensor in a smaller package.
Estimated Street Price: $799 (with new XC16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS zoom)
One reason why it's smaller than its older brothers is that the X-M1 doesn't have an eye-level viewfinder; however, its big 3-inch LCD screen tilts for easy composition. And the X-M1 has room for the same lithium-ion battery as its larger siblings, good for around 350 shots per charge.
Another thing the X-M1 has that its siblings lack is built-in Wi-Fi for easy wireless image transfer to your smartphone or tablet. The compact design positions all dials and buttons on the right for easy one-handed operation.
Fujifilm's legacy in color film transfers well to digital with film simulation modes, including Provia (neutral colors), Velvia (dramatic rich colors) and Astia (beautiful skin tones). The X-M1 can shoot up to 5.6 fps, and you can do multiple exposures, using the first image as a guide to position the second on the LCD monitor. Contrast-based AF includes face detection and subject tracking.
Video capabilities include 1080p and 720p at 30 fps in MOV format with H.264 compression, and stereo sound via built-in microphone.