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YI M1 Fotocamera Digitale Mirrorless 4K, MFT Micro Quattro Terzi, Schermo Touchscreen 3", 12-40mm F3.5 - 5.6, Foto 20 MP, Video 4K / 30fps, Obiettivo Intercambiabile, Bluetooth, Wifi - Nero Tempesta
|Prezzo corrente:||EUR 369,00 Spedizione GRATUITA. Maggiori informazioni|
|Risparmi:||EUR 170,00 (32%)|
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- Qualità video e foto superbe con il sensore SONY IMX269 formato MFT, Micro Quattro Terzi, da 20MP che supporta ISO da 100 a 25.600. Risoluzione video 4K/30fps, 2K/30fps, 1080p/60fps. Time Lapse e Panorama. Stabilizzatore elettronico dell'immagine incorporato. Microfono stereo
- Processore d'immagine ISP professionale, CPU quad-core ARM e supporto all'HDR e al formato RAW
- Otturatore meccanico COPAL da 60s-1/4000s che supporta un tempo di esposizione pari a 30 minuti e uno scatto continuo in 5 secondi
- Zoom standard da 12-40 mm MFT con apertura focale massima da 3.5-5.6 (equivalente 24-80 mm) e range di apertura f/3.5-22.9. Lente Extra Dispersion (ED) e 4 lenti asferiche per minimizzare l'aberrazione cromatica. Filtri UV. Display touchscreen da 3 pollici con risoluzione 720x480p
- Flash esterno supportato. Wifi 2.4 Ghz e Bluetooth low energy (BLE 4.1) per il controllo remoto da smartphone. Compatta e Leggera con un peso corpo macchina di 280 grammi. Garanzia 24 mesi e Supporto Clienti in Italiano
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Dimensione: w/ 12-40mm F3.5-5.6 Lens
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Una macchina fotografica professionale facile da usare, versatile e iperconnessa
La YI M1 Fotocamera Digitale Mirrorless MFT dispone di connettivita' Bluetooth + Wi-Fi e di un'interfaccia di semplice utilizzo.
Il display touchscreen da 3 pollici offe 81 zone di messa a fuoco a rilevazione di contrasto e una vasta gamma di regolazioni. Due soli tasti fisici.
La funzione Master Guide consente di accedere a modelli fotografici, regole e istruzioni dettagliate, per fotografare come un professionista.
La fotocamera e' anche dotata di un sistema di riconoscimento facciale fino a 32 volti.
Il sistema MFT assicura la massima versatilita' assicurando compatibilita' con più di 50 obiettivi intercambiabili.
Il sensore di immagine IMX269 di SONY supporta ISO fino a 25.600 e consente di scattare foto fino a una risoluzione di 20.16MP (5184 x 3888p) e grazie all'interpolazione fino a 50MP (8160 x 6120p). Risoluzione video 4K/30 fps e 1080p/60fps. Stabilizzatore elettronico d'immagine incorporato utilissimo per le riprese video per correggere la distorsione.
YI M1 App
Condivisone di video e immagini con smartphone e servizi cloud. Attraverso l'app YI M1 è possible sincronizzare data e ora, tenere aggiornato il firmware della fotocamera in automatico.
La batteria al litio da 900mAh Amperex Technology assicura un utilizzo continuo fino a 180 minuti.
- Porta Micro USB 2.0
- Porta Micro HDMI
- Slot SD card fino a 512 GB.
Dimensioni e peso
113.5mm × 64.3mm × 33.6mm
Peso corpo macchina: 280g
La confezione include:
1 x YI Fotocamera Digitale
1 x YI obiettivo 12-40mm F3.5-5.6
1 x Cavo Micro USB
1 x Batteria
1 x Cinghia
1 x Tappo per l'obiettivo
1 x Manuale d'uso
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For a product with such mixed reviews I really was hesitant, but I decided that the reported flaws were not a turn off for me. I'm not a crazy experienced photographer. Most of my experience is with aerial stuff on my phantom 3. I went ahead and bought this as a tool to get into interchangeable lens cameras. I have had experience with them before but never had one of my own. This camera really has all the features you need to take the jump to serious photography. There are so many settings and options to change!
Image Quality: It's a mirrorless 20mp camera with a fancy Sony sensor, but as any photographer will tell you, that is not what makes a good camera necessarily. I actually think the sensor and body are more than adequate for even professional work, but the lens is where they cut corners. The lens feels well build but out of plastic. It zooms and focuses smoothly unlike reports of some reviewers, however not quite as smooth as some DSLR's I have used. The lens is okay but it has no stabilization and I could really do with a telephoto. The focus takes a lot of turning to do and the autofocus is garbage. The images it takes are attached. It has a fun feature where you can open the shutter with the button and then click again to close it. This lets you do as much shutter time as you want. The low light performance is great so long as you expose for long enough. The biggest downside for me, however, is the lack of RAW+Fine option. Everyone mentions this and it is definitely a problem. Regardless, it blows even the google pixel's camera out of the water. I was able to do a lot with the DNG RAW files in post, which is excellent. Focus is the biggest issue most other reviewers comment on and I agree. The auto-focus truly is bad. It was doing everything it could to refuse to focus on my subject for some shots. It is finnicky but not entirely broken. The manual focus is much better. It takes a bit more time but I probably would have ended up using it anyway even if the auto-focus was perfect, just because I like the control.
Build quality: The body feels like metal. I know the lens mount is metal but I'm not entirely sure if the body is. Regardless, the body is built extremely well and it was the first thing that jumped out at me when I got the camera. It feels sturdy and premium - not like a 350$ Chinese product that one might expect. The lens is not entirely different. The lens is definitely plastic but it too feels well build. The little Yi logo obviously trying to mimic Leica's signature look is hilarious. I find these types of things very charming on Chinese products. Definitely could take a beating. The screen seems to be a 480p capacitive touchscreen that does the job. The only thing I need is to see it in the sun and to have the resolution to see my shot. Both of which it accomplishes fine.
Features: The camera is very simple yet also very complex. People reviewing it call it simple only because the lack of buttons. You get a shutter, mode changer, and a user changeable dial to adjust things like aperture or shutter. It's quite brilliant, really. In aperture priority mode the dial changes aperture while the shutter automatically adjusts itself. In shutter priority the opposite happens. In both of these modes you just tap the exposure setting to select it and now the dial is changing the exposure. In manual mode this is how you do everything. Tap the shutter icon and your dial is changing the shutter. There's a lot of shooting modes: continuous, single, and also delay. I really wish I could change these without going to the camera settings. A little button on the screen to toggle it would be very helpful. There's also 4k 30fps video and 1080p 60fps video. The 1080p and below options have electronic stabilization - I would imagine because it does a bit of cropping to stabilize. Video in general has a cropping factor, that's just because normal pictures are 4:3 aspect ration and video has to be 16:9. That's a necessity. The video actually looks great. I don't recommend 4k30 without a lens with stabilization because of how jittery it is. The 1080p60 is great not only because 60fps is buttery smooth, but also because the EIS tones down the jitters. You could but it in a warp stabilizer in Adobe Premiere to further improve it.
Conclusion/ Value: Despite mixed reviews I do not regret my purchase. I do admit I'm a fan of Yi for brining an action camera that beat the gopro for 1/6th the price. While the M1 doesn't beat the Panasonic or Olympus mirrorless cameras, everything else on the market is twice as much. To me, the minor flaws are worth saving 300-400$. The camera is not for someone that already has a great camera. It's for someone that needs a step into the world of interchangeable lenses. If I had something like a rebel or d3400 I would not buy it unless I repeatedly found myself travelling.
Planned Use: I want to get a little deeper into photography and not just tinkering with my 10 year old DSLR that I purchased used or just taking photos with my Action Cameras.. I really feel this camera is great for someone like me who wants to learn a little more about photography but also keep it simple! So far I think it is perfect for that!! Id much rather spend only $500 for a learner camera instead of $1000+ on a leica!
Short Review: EXCELLENT CAMERA for the price!! This camera is perfect for someone like me who comes from a generation of smartphones! I had NO ISSUES learning how to use this camera BUT I gave it to a friend who takes TONS of photos with a DSLR camera and he had issues learning because this camera has been dumbed down for the smartphone generation.. The touchscreen works GREAT and the camera has really been simplified by having limited buttons.. Photo quality, while I haven't had a long amount of time to test it out, is GREAT SO FAR!! I plan to take it out tomorrow and shoot some fall photos that I will upload as a sample!! I just received the camera tonight so tinkering is all I have gotten to do BUT I PLAN to update this review as I get more time to play with it..
Build Quality: While the camera looks like a Leica, this camera is made of plastic and not metal.. It is made of a high quality plastic that feels GREAT in hand, but if you are used to a heavier camera, this might feel a little cheap in hand.. This camera is actually a blessing that its not nearly as large or heavy as the 10 year old DSLR it is replacing.. Yi has also sourced VERY high quality parts for this camera.. During my research I have found that the mechanical shutter is made by the Japanese Company COPAL, and the sensor is made by Sony.. The lens mount is metal which was one of my worries originally.. I wasn't sure how a plastic lens mount would last so I am very glad it is made of metal.. Overall, the quality and design of this camera is GREAT.
1.) Photo Quality - So far Photo Quality is excellent!! I will have some sample photos later in the week to upload!
2.) EASY to use - Coming from a smartphone generation, the touchscreen was super easy for me to learn!!
3.) Model Suggestions - THIS FEATURE ROCKS!! Basically the camera will suggest different ways to pose your model.. A stick figure shows up on the screen with the suggested pose that will look GREAT!! I love this feature and wonder why YI is the first to think of it!
4.) GREAT VALUE - For $500 you get the body and one lens.. Panasonic has camera bodies that you can get for slightly less BUT you will have to buy a lens making it cost more.
5.) Wireless Connectivity and Bluetooth LE
6.) Supports RAW photos
7.) Video quality so far is great
8.) Scene & Shooting Modes - This camera has a TON of scenes and shooting modes, again, making it great for someone learning about cameras and photography..
9.) Manual Modes - You can manually use EVERY bit of this camera which is GREAT when you want those professional shots
10.) Shutter Speeds - Slowest shutter speed of 60s and 1/4000s as the fastest
11.) Manually Adjust ISO - ISO range 100-256000
12.) Focus - Includes Manual and Auto Focus
13.) Includes leather neck strap
14.) MFT Lens - Giving you thousands of Lens Options! ANY MFT lens should fit!
15.) Flash - There is not an included flash but you can attach a flash to the camera!! The camera DOES offer a Auto Focus assist flash though, but it's just a red light
16.) Small and compact! No more lugging that old DSLR up the mountains when I hike!!
17.) Packaged like a PREMIUM camera and FEELS like a Premium camera!
1.) Limited YI branded accessories at the moment.. No extra batteries, looks like the case hasn't been released yet, and cant buy the lens on their own at this time.
2.) As of now, the first firmware update MUST be installed manually using a SD card.. I received this email from Yi after I ordered the camera with instructions on how to do that
3.) Doesn't seem to support RAW+ JPG.. I know, I shouldn't be shooting in RAW+ JPG but I do like having both formats when I take photos!! Maybe a firmware upgrade will allow this
4.) Touchscreen at times doesn't seem to be as sensitive as one on a mobile phone.. But that didn't cause me any issues
Overall: So far I am impressed with this camera.. The few sample photos I took inside far surpassed my expectations!! The quality is excellent!! And the price is even better
Lenses are excellent and other 4/3rd lens work as well as old legacy lenses with converters. Select a few setting and the results produce high quality images.
The 20 MP sensor and camera processing keep noise low at high ISO.
One of the first cameras to use touch screen to excellent advantage without overdoing it.
Interesting integration with wireless and bluetooth. With firmware updates substantially improving the camera (solved focusing issue), this one is a keeper!
Update: The low light performance of this camera is awful. Please see sample shot when there was still some daylight in the sky.
First I will say that I really want to love this camera and the 3 stars that I'm giving it is extremely generous and only because the problems may get better with future software and firmware updates. The MFT Sony 20 megapixel image sensor is really good for a camera in this price range. Note that it crops before it bins the image for 4K video recording so it is a little more zoomed in and it doesn't use the full sensor for video. The box is very well packed with thick foam to protect the camera. The body is solid and the lens is a decent starter lens for the price. The USB cable is very good quality and snaps perfectly into the charging port.
The most obvious auto-focusing problems were resolved with the updated firmware I downloaded on 10/19/2016.
Lots of camera lock-ups even after I updated firmware from SD card on 10/19/2016. This mainly happens when I try to record 4K video. Once it locked up for so long that I had to pull the battery. Other times it would lock up for minutes at a time. YI claims my SD card is causing these problems because it isn't fast enough, but my SD card can read 600 Mbps and write 240 Mbps which clearly exceeds the 75 Mbps 4K requirements.
The image stabilization in video is very problematic and produces some very strange warping distortion in the video. Someone posted a sample of the problems here [...]. There are also strange exposure flickering problems where the video flashes back and forth from dark to bright. Given that I paid $499 on Amazon which is much higher than the $325 price in China, I'm not too happy about paying a huge premium to be a beta tester.
The Android App is very primitive. There is no Wi-Fi live video preview for you to remotely compose your shot or video. I asked Yi support by email before buying this camera and Yi Technology support assured me by email that it had low latency Wi-Fi preview like the Yi 4K Action camera. I guess it's true that there's no preview latency over Wi-Fi since there's no preview over Wi-Fi at all! I bought this camera based on the reputation of the Yi 4K action camera and I am disappointed. The app also only lets you download photographs but not videos. The app setup and getting connected is awkward and it puts too much focus on the tutorial for how to take good portraits than useful functionality. YI claims that the Wi-Fi preview function in smartphones is coming, but I was told by YI support that it already supports low latency preview. That deception caused me to buy this camera in the first place so I am very unhappy about this.
The settings are confusing because you need to swipe right and swipe up to get to additional settings like the video settings. The manual is very vague and skips a lot of these crucial steps so a first time user can easily get frustrated.
The Wi-Fi is only 2.4 GHz which is another disappointment compared to the dual-band Yi 4K Action Camera. Even if the future smartphone App supports Wi-Fi preview, it will have to contend with the interference prone 2.4 GHz band which will cause problems. Why couldn't YI Technologies have matched the experience of their cheaper Yi 4K Action Camera?