There’s no viewfinder, but a large 4.7-inch 6,220,000-dot LCD touchscreen lets you frame your shots and seems to be the main way to control the camera as there are no buttons on the back, though there is a dedicated shutter button on the edge of the device. A ring around the lens also lets you change camera settings. A microSDXC slot accepts cards up to 128GB. A mechanical shutter is built-in to govern exposure times, but with the limit of 1/500th second in the shutter in the company’s GM1 body, we wouldn’t be surprised if there is a similar restriction on the CM1. Apertures range from f/2.8 to f/11 and aperture-priority, shutter-priority, and manual shooting modes are available.