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Leaked: Fujifilm X-M1, a Cheaper Mirrorless Camera With WiFi

Leaked: Fujifilm X-M1, a Cheaper Mirrorless Camera With WiFi
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Leaked: Fujifilm X-M1, a Cheaper Mirrorless Camera With WiFi

A new batch of leaked photos give us a glimpse of the future: Fuji's next model of interchangeable-lens cameras, the X-M1. The new camera is rumored to be a cheaper, entry-level version of their popular X-series line, with a body-only price of around $600, according to speculation.

The M1 looks very similar to the X-E1 . The biggest changes are the articulating display and lack of a viewfinder. The control scheme is pared down, as you would expect on a cheaper model, and it is said to feature WiFi connectivity.

Leaked: Fujifilm X-M1, a Cheaper Mirrorless Camera With WiFi

Leaked: Fujifilm X-M1, a Cheaper Mirrorless Camera With WiFi

Other than the viewfinder and controls, the guts should sport the same fantastic 16 Megapixel X-Trans sensor found in the X-E1 and X-Pro1 , with access to the same set of great Fujinon lenses.

Speaking of lenses, the leak included images of the upcoming 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens, as well as a 27mm f/2.8 pancake lens. The new kit lens is a cheaper alternative to Fuji's existing 18-55 f/2.8-4.0 zoom lens, while the pancake should be a great low-profile carry-around option.

Leaked: Fujifilm X-M1, a Cheaper Mirrorless Camera With WiFi

The pictures were originally posted to Digital Camera Info, and they appear to legit, based on the similarity to Fuji's official images of their other cameras.

The X-M1 would be a great addition to the Fujifilm lineup. Their X-series mirrorless cameras offer terrific image quality and controls, though they have always been on the expensive side. If the X-M1 falls under $700, it could become a prime competitor to one of our favorite mirrorless cameras, the Sony NEX-6 . [FujiRumors]

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