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Smaller than the X-E1

The body is smaller and lighter than its older sibling, and has less metal in it. Read editors' take
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Top

Compared with the X-E1, the X-M1 has a less analog, more digital design. Where the X-E1 has shutter speed and exposure compensation dials, the X-E1 has a typical mode dial. The X-E1 also requires aperture controls to be on the lens, as that's the only way to control it. Read editors' take
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Back

The X-M1 has a typical layout of controls on the back. The LCD also tilts. Read editors' take
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Adjustment dials

That vertical dial is likely a jog-dial, in keeping with Fujifilm's standard camera designs. The X-M1 also has an adjustment dial. Read editors' take
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