FUJIFILM X-M1 with XC16-50mm Lens - Refurbished £249 @ Fujifilm
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FUJIFILM X-M1 with XC16-50mm Lens - Refurbished £249 @ Fujifilm

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Found 26th Jul 2017
Back in stock.

16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor
(same sensor as X-Pro1/X-E1)
Hi-speed EXR Processor II
Compact and lightweight body (half the size of an D-SLR)
Shutter lag of 0.05secs and a maximum burst speed of 5.6fps (max. 30 frames)
Tiltable 3-inch LCD (920K dot high definition)
XC 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS lens

£249 with 12 month warranty.

£499 at Amazon
amazon.co.uk/Fuj…6HC
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Can you put a wide angle lens onto these? Looking to pick up something to take decent internal photos (real estate) on a tripod.
By all reports the XF 10-24 is a great lens. Not cheap though. If you want something cheaper the Samyang 12mm is meant to be good if don't mind manual everything.

Fuji could do with a cheaper wide lens to go with this.
Worth looking at the x-a2 for £199.00. Newer but no X-Trans sensor. Not a big deal.
bentrewern

By all reports the XF 10-24 is a great lens. Not cheap though. If you … By all reports the XF 10-24 is a great lens. Not cheap though. If you want something cheaper the Samyang 12mm is meant to be good if don't mind manual everything.Fuji could do with a cheaper wide lens to go with this.



I clearly don't know what i'm talking about... I just searched the same site for a wide angle lens and found one for £75. Off to find a specialist forum and do some educational research!
nomis83

I clearly don't know what i'm talking about... I just searched the same … I clearly don't know what i'm talking about... I just searched the same site for a wide angle lens and found one for £75. Off to find a specialist forum and do some educational research!


think the thing you was was just a converter for a different camera (x70)

your cheap wide angles for this camera are probably all listed here:
camerapricebuster.co.uk/Sam…ses

if its just for interiors and on tripods... and you dont have the camera yet then maybe look into other systems such as canon dslr which has a 'cheap' wide angle zoom

(edit ... or you can take multiple photos with normal lens and stitch them together if the hassle vs time is worth it to you)
Edited by: "brilly" 26th Jul 2017
I wish Fuji would do a new HS bridge camera, my 4 year old HS30 is getting a bit past it.
nomis83

Can you put a wide angle lens onto these? Looking to pick up something to … Can you put a wide angle lens onto these? Looking to pick up something to take decent internal photos (real estate) on a tripod.



The 16mm-50mm lens that comes with this is pretty wide? Do you need wider?
Great deal. I agree, the XA2 is an even better deal.
Edited by: "dlo247" 26th Jul 2017
bentrewern

Worth looking at the x-a2 for £199.00. Newer but no X-Trans sensor. Not a … Worth looking at the x-a2 for £199.00. Newer but no X-Trans sensor. Not a big deal.


This x-m1 deal is good, but the x-a2 deal is stonking.
The x-e2 with much better xf lens at £450 is better still
mgowans

The 16mm-50mm lens that comes with this is pretty wide? Do you need wider?



As I read and learn more this evening... probably not! For a beginner there is a lot to take in and on every forum discussing interior photography they just seem to end up in arguments over what solution is best at a low budget.
nomis83

As I read and learn more this evening... probably not! For a beginner … As I read and learn more this evening... probably not! For a beginner there is a lot to take in and on every forum discussing interior photography they just seem to end up in arguments over what solution is best at a low budget.


It's probably a '28mm' in old photography terms. Wide yes, but for smaller rooms you may struggle to get everything in.
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Plumbboy55

It's probably a '28mm' in old photography terms. Wide yes, but for … It's probably a '28mm' in old photography terms. Wide yes, but for smaller rooms you may struggle to get everything in.



The XC16-55 is actually equiv to 24-75mm in 35mm terms. Looking at some room pics would guess they might go a bit wider than this.
Yes the 10-24 is a lovely and very high quality lens. I would personally want a body with a viewfinder to use with it though.
nomis83

Can you put a wide angle lens onto these? Looking to pick up something to … Can you put a wide angle lens onto these? Looking to pick up something to take decent internal photos (real estate) on a tripod.



I’ve got the manual focus Samyang 12mm f2 and it’s...wide.
I just bought a LUMIX LX100 oO
bentrewern

Worth looking at the x-a2 for £199.00. Newer but no X-Trans sensor. Not a … Worth looking at the x-a2 for £199.00. Newer but no X-Trans sensor. Not a big deal.



Link?
juanmax3 m ago

Link?

The thread links to fuji refurbished cameras, can you not look for yourself?
H0THEAD

I just bought a LUMIX LX100 oO


Nice camera
Not a bad price, you can get used X-Pro 1's on ebay for ~£200 but you'd obviously need a lens.
These are so cool because they look like old film cameras. Super-hot.
This is not that great a deal - there are normally 10% discount codes on Fuji refurbs and they have pulled all the codes recently. They have basically just hiked the price on all their refurb cameras by 10%. Also - I bought this 'brand new' with full warranty for about £200 from Amazon during Fuji's cashback promotion 3 years ago. It feels wrong to have to pay more money for a refurb three years later with less warranty.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 27th Jul 2017
H0THEAD13 h, 22 m ago

I just bought a LUMIX LX100 oO


Did you read about the dust problem first?
furq16 m ago

Did you read about the dust problem first?


Yeah that's the reason I bought it
Edited by: "H0THEAD" 27th Jul 2017
nomis83

Can you put a wide angle lens onto these? Looking to pick up something to … Can you put a wide angle lens onto these? Looking to pick up something to take decent internal photos (real estate) on a tripod.


You need wider than 16mm?
What's the 'bokeh' like on this? Because, in photography, that's all that matters.
mgowans17 h, 51 m ago

The 16mm-50mm lens that comes with this is pretty wide? Do you need wider?




16mm is quite wide but not enough for real estate photos. Also is always good to have rectilinear lens so that not every object will look like a barrel
But still very good price for great camera!
H0THEAD

I just bought a LUMIX LX100 oO


Exelent camera!
http://liqew.xyz/526/zcfdt.png
Edited by: "bagsonayu" 27th Jul 2017
Original Poster
M1LFHunter

What's the 'bokeh' like on this? Because, in photography, that's all that … What's the 'bokeh' like on this? Because, in photography, that's all that matters.


Here's a review and a few sample shots..bokeh looks good..
photomadd.com/rev…ns/
Slightly off topic, but just noticed that H0THEAD liked his own comment...
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 28th Jul 2017
Master_Yoda

Slightly off topic, but just noticed that H0THEAD liked his own … Slightly off topic, but just noticed that H0THEAD liked his own comment...


Cracks me up everytime
Edited by: "H0THEAD" 31st Jul 2017
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