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Fujifilm X-M1 Camera - Black (16.3MP, 16-50mm Lens Kit) 3 inch LCD

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To make the camera less obtrusive there's a clever Silent menu option which turns off the speaker, flash, AF-assist lamp and most importantly the artificially-created shutter-release sound, instantly making the X-M1 perfectly suited to more candid photography. Similar to other X series cameras, the X-M1 is not designed to be a weather-proof camera, and I would not expect it to be. Since other manufacturers like Olympus are pretty successful at making their camera bodies weather resistant, I hope it is a matter of time until Fuji starts doing the same. If you are too worried about shooting in extreme conditions, the Fuji X-M1 is probably not for you. X-M1 + XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS @ 16mm, ISO 400, 1/1800, f/5.6

As we increase ISO, the amount of noise also increases – ISO 1600 only marginally increases noise over ISO 800. ISO 3200, on the other hand, adds more noticeable noise that looks significantly worse in comparison to ISO 1600 – shadow details are getting lost as a result. vyžádat si u nás přístup k těmto údajům a tyto nechat aktualizovat nebo opravit, popřípadě požadovat omezení zpracování, Auto Red-eye Removal, Setting (Color, Sharpness, D-range, Gradation), Multiple exposure, Depth of Field display, Histogram display, Framing guideline, Frame No. memory, Monitor Sunlight mode, Focus Peak Highlight, Date stamp, Fn button setting Toy camera / Miniature / Pop color / High-key / Low-key / Dynamic tone / Soft focus / Partial color (Red / Orange / Yellow / Green / Blue / Purple)Video output - Digital interface USB 2.0 High-Speed HDMI output HDMI mini connector (Type C) Others Remote release terminal for RR-90 (sold separately) The app can also use the smartphone’s GPS radio to geotag photos. Rather than keeping a log, the app and camera must be synchronised manually each time you want to update the GPS position. Still, once we figured out what to do, it worked well with our Android phone. Size-wise, the X-M1 is smaller than both the X-E1 and the X-Pro1. Take a look at the following comparison: NIKON D3S @ 50mm, ISO 400, 1/100, f/4.0 The X-M1's movie mode is similar to that of the X-E1, with the ability to record 1080/30p video with stereo sound and continuous autofocus. The dedicated movie recording button makes it easy to start taking a video in any shooting mode. While you don't have full manual control when recording videos, the aperture can be adjusted priority to shooting in 'A' or 'M' mode. Video quality is decent, though don't be surprised if moiré or rolling shutter effects make an appearance. Performance and Photo Quality In fact, where my Nikon D800E with the Nikkor 85mm f/1.8G suffered in AF accuracy, the Fuji cameras did not! Now I am not here to say that the AF system on Fuji mirrorless cameras is better than on DSLRs because it is clearly not. Autofocus speed is still pretty slow in comparison. However, seems like contrast-detect has its own advantages in low-light situations. Here is an image that was shot with the X-M1 in a very dark environment outdoors: X-M1 + Touit 2.8/12 @ 12mm, ISO 2000, 1/50, f/4.0

požadovat po nás výmaz těchto osobních údajů - výmaz Správce provede, pokud tento výmaz není vrozporu správními předpisy nebo jeho oprávněnými zájmy, The X-M1's rear LCD screen attempts to redress the balance by offering the ability to tilt it up or down from a high 85° angle to a low 90° angle, perfect for both overhead and low-down shooting. With a resolution of 920K dots, it's twice as detailed as the screen on the X-E1, but sometimes proved to be a little hard to see in the unusually bright British sunlight that we predominantly tested the camera in. There is a slight difference in noise between ISO 200 and 400 in the shadows, but both look very clean overall. It seems like all modern digital cameras are coming out with movie recording options and the Fuji X-M1 is not an exception. It can record either 720p or 1080p high-definition video at 24 fps with stereo sound and offers some control of exposure before recording (not during). You can choose the desired aperture, adjust exposure compensation and a few other camera settings, but you cannot adjust the shutter speed and ISO – those are chosen automatically by the camera based on the camera meter reading. Unlike the X-E1, there is no input for an external microphone on this camera. The Fujifilm X-M1's maximum shutter speed is 30 seconds in the Time shutter speed mode, and there's a Bulb mode which allows exposures up to 60 minutes long, which is excellent news if you're seriously interested in night photography. The shot below was taken using a shutter speed of 25 seconds at ISO 200.With its focal-plane shutter, the X-M1 has a very adaptable top shutter-speed limit of 1/4000th second in all shooting modes. Consequently there's no built-in ND filter as on the X100/S, so if you want to use, say, the excellent 35mm lens at F/1.4 in very bright sunlight, then it's a good idea to buy an actual glass ND filter (52mm), otherwise you'll have to stop down to achieve a correct exposure.

The flash settings on the Fujifilm FinePix X-M1 are Auto, Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro, Red-eye Reduction Auto, Red-eye Reduction & Forced Flash and Red-eye Reduction & Slow Synchro. These shots of a white coloured wall were taken at a distance of 1.5m.Jméno, příjmení a pohlaví budou zpracovány za účelem přizpůsobení oslovení a výběru obsahu obchodních sdělení. Poskytnutí těchto údajů není povinné. The Fuji X-M1 is a pretty fast camera that can shoot at 5.6 frames per second, which is just a tad slower than what the X-E1 and the X-Pro1 can do. The good news is that when the camera is shot in burst mode, the memory card write process does not freeze the camera as it did before on the initial firmware releases on the X-Pro1. If you want fast writes, make sure to get a really fast SD card. I used some 45 MB/sec class 10 SD cards and there was definitely noticeable difference between those and SanDisk Extreme Pro 95 MB/sec cards. When shooting in bursts, Fine JPEG images will shoot approximately 14-16 images before the buffer gets full. It then takes approximately 10 seconds for the buffer to clear out and memory writes to complete. If you shoot in RAW, the buffer will fill up at about 12-14 images and takes good 20+ seconds to clear out. These numbers are based on approximate calculations using the fastest SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC 95 MB/sec cards. Slower cards will take even longer to empty the camera buffer. X-M1 + XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS @ 17.5mm, ISO 200, 1/1, f/22.0 The X-M1 also offers Fujifilm's 'Super Intelligent Flash', which adjusts flash output according to the shooting situation. This is good news as Fujifilm's cameras have gained a reputation among users of offering especially good flash exposure, particularly for balanced fill-in flash. The built-in flash can also be used as a wireless remote commander for compatible external units.

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