Fujifilm XM1 Ken McMahon, July 2013
 
 

Fujifilm XM1 sample images


The following images were taken with a Fujifilm X-M1 with the new 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 OIS kit lens. All shots were taken in Program auto mode unless stated and stabilisation was enabled. The X-M1 was set to its best quality 16 Megapixel resolution JPEG with Auto White Balance.

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Landscape: 5.01MB, Program auto, 1/420, f10, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 16mm (24mm equiv.)

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Landscape: 4.7MB, Program auto, 1/350, f7.1, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 16mm (24mm equiv.)
Fujifilm XM1 sample image
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Landscape: 5.03MB, Program auto, 1/400, f8, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 50mm (75mm equiv.)
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Macro: 4.11MB, Program auto, 1/170, f5.6, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 50mm (75mm equiv.)
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Portrait: 4.24MB, Program auto, 1/34, f5.6, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 50mm (75mm equiv.)
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Landscape: 6.86MB, Program auto, 1/350, f9, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 16mm (24mm equiv.)
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Interior: 5.41MB, Program auto, 1/30, f3.5, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 16mm (24mm equiv.)
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Interior: 4.73MB, Program auto, 1/150, f4, 400 ISO, 16-50mm at 16mm (24mm equiv.)
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Interior: 5.57MB, Program auto, 1/75, f5.6, 800 ISO, 16-50mm at 50mm (75mm equiv.)
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Interior: 5.01MB, Program auto, 1/52, f3.5, 1600 ISO, 16-50mm at 16mm (24mm equiv.)
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Landscape: 4.17MB, Program auto, 1/420, f10, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 25.6mm (38mm equiv.)
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Architecture: 6.13MB, Program auto, 1/420, f6.4, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 50mm (75mm equiv.)
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Flowers: 6.41MB, Program auto, 1/350, f7.1, 200 ISO, 16-50mm at 31mm (47mm equiv.)
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Macro: 3.97MB, Program auto, 1/12, f5.6, +1EV, 1600 ISO, 16-50mm at 50mm (75mm equiv.)
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