Fujifilm has just introduced their smallest entrant into their popular X-series with the XQ1 Ultra-Compact Digital Camera. Obviously offering a more portable and beginner-friendly build compared to their more powerful X-E2 Mid Level Mirrorless Camera that we previewed yesterday, the XQ1 has plenty of specs and tricks to brag about, including a 2/3-inch X-Trans CMOS II 12-megapixel sensor with a X-Trans controlling issues of false colors and moire in place of the traditional optical low pass filter. The CMOS also offers an ISO range of 100 to 12,800 and – Fujifilm promises – quality images even in low-light settings. Inside, a EXR Processor II runs the show while the F1.8 – F4.9 with 4x optical zoom and 4x intelligent digital zoom snaps pictures easily displayed on the 3-inch screen. There’s also Full HD 1080p video recording accompanied by five film-simulation modes as well as eight still image effects included. The Fujifilm XQ1 Ultra-Compact Digital Camera will be available in October 2013 for $499.95 in both all-black and all-silver.