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Fujifilm FinePix XP20 Blue 14 MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD

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  • 14 million effective pixels; 1/2.3 inch CCD with primary color filter; 5x optical zoom lens plus approx 6.8x digital zoom
  • 2.7 inch TFT color LCD monitor; HD movie 720p with sound; One touch underwater movie recording
  • Waterproof, dustproof, shockproof and freeze proof
  • Dual image stabilization; Face Detection; Auto red-eye removal; Tracking auto focus; 6 scene SR AUTO; Motion Panorama mode with auto stitch
  • USB 2.0 High-speed; Video output NTSC / PAL selectable; SD/SDHC memory card slot (card NOT included)
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Product Description

The Fuji FinePix XP20 14MP Blue Digital Camera offers a rugged and highly featured compact camera that will ensure outdoor loving photographers or adventure sports enthusiasts are well catered to. It features 14 megapixels resolution with an impressive 5x wide zoom with dual image stabilization to shoot sharp image quality in any condition. The 2.7 inch LCD is clear and easy to see even in bright conditions and the bright LED lights the way in the dark. Also it is equipped with a strengthened glass lens cover providing outdoor protection. Other features include one touch underwater movie recording, Motion Panorama with automatic stitch, Face Detection, HD Video, and more. All this is housed in a chassis that is waterproof, dustproof, shockproof and freeze proof. With a FinePix XP20 in their backpack, outdoor photographers will be able to take their pictures to new heights.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.5 x 5.5 x 2 inches
Item Weight 1.1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds
ASIN B004JSP92I
Item model number XP10 Blue
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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2.4 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

2.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #21,466 in Camera & Photo
#405 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Underwater Photography > Cameras
#2,414 in Camera & Photo > Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Date first available at Amazon.com March 16, 2011

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I almost did not buy this camera, having read the reviews from my phone while standing in the store aisle. I figured I would give it a try and return it if I ran into the same problems. I was looking for a camera with adventure-oriented toughness at a reasonable price, and this is one of the few on the market. It seems as if most consumers are ignoring the cardinal rule regarding use of technology: You have to be "smarter" than the device you are attempting to use.

The most frequent complaint I have read is on the claim of the camera being waterproof. In response to this, I purposely pushed this camera to it's rated limit of 16 ft depths several times during scuba training and snorkeling trips without issue. I have owned $1400 diving cameras with waterproof housings, and this one takes shots and video at shallow depths just as good as the more expensive models, and without the bulkiness of a waterproof housing. I also realize how important the seals are on an underwater camera, so I regularly clean the seals at the battery compartment and apply a bit of chap stick with my pinky to keep a good pliable seal. But since this is not a full-blown underwater camera, it requires some careful handling. If you remember from middle-school science class, pressure is a measurement of force, and this camera is rated at depths where the force of water acting on the camera is roughly 7 pounds per sq. inch. This means that if the camera is exposed to a force of water greater than 7 PSI, chances are the seals will be overwhelmed and fail. This can happen while trying to take this camera surfing and having a wave crash on top of you. This can happen if you were to drop it off of a fairly high bridge into water.
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After ruining 2 digital cameras on outdoor trips. One was sat on and one drowned under my raingear I decided to get a rugged waterproof camera for around use. I looked at all the reviews for these type of cameras. I was looking at the Pentax wp90 and the Panasonic TS2. I really wanted the Pentax WP90 but there was a lot of complaining about the image quality from the reviews. Then I looked at the Panasonic TS2 and the reviews all said great things about the images but I could not find one anywhere online for a good price. I finally was sick of reading reviews and hunting for cameras online and went to the nearest Costco and picked up a Fuji film XP20. I figured the price was right and I had 90 days to return it if I didn't like it. I just wanted a rugged point and shoot camera that can survive hiking, canoeing, and skiing. I don't plan on swimming with it. First day with it and I'll happy with this camera. Pictures and videos are great. Easy to use. Quick to get pictures. Kind of tricky to hold but still a fine camera so far. Time will tell how rugged it is but the images are good enough for me.
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I got the Fuji XP20 mainly for taking videos in conditions that my Canon HD camcorder can not. On my first usage in a river rafting event, I already see the problems with this camera:

1) I am experienced with Camera and camcorders, I know how to hold them properly. But the lens head is placed in a very awkward place, your fingers will easily cover part of the lens head. So, don't be surprised to see your fingers in the final photos and video clips. It's almost for sure that you will not get photos or videos of yourself. Because other people may not be able to hold this camera properly to take yours.

2) Hard to fine tune the zoom speed. Not convenient, but I can live with that.

3) The camera won't focus while zooming (it will focus after zooming stops). This is a typical issue with non-DSLR camera in video mode. I saw the same thing in Panasonic camera also. Not a big issue to me.

4) This is the biggest flaw, the audio is not in sync with the video. I have to turn off the audio from the video clips, and add background music when producing the final movie for the rafting trip. Even my simple Flip video camera handle this better than this Fuji camera.

5) The video quality is no way to compare with regular HD camcorder. The image is kind of grainy, even at 1pm strong sunshine with good light. Again, I can accept this since I am in a condition (around water) where normal camcorder can not be used.

6) Indoor photo quality is no way to compare with my 5-year-old 5MP Panasonic camera.
But this is OK to me since I am in a condition (around water) where my normal camera can not be used.

If this is the only camera you want to have, I won't recommend this. However, if your intend is "ONLY" to take photos, videos in conditions where your normal gears can not, then I think this Fuju XP20 is acceptable....if you don't mind the out-of-sync audio problem.
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I have had this for a couple of weeks now. This is a great little camera for the price. Takes really good photos, small enough to fit into your pocket or life vest, or jacket. Battery was charged when I first got it and it still shows completely charged even after taking some video, and about 100 photos. I dropped it from 5 ft onto the concrete and watched it bounce, thinking there went $100 down the drain, and it was alive and kicking, not a scratch on it. Plunked it into water and took a photo with it. The only down side, so far, is the SD card is hard to retrieve with the battery in, but easy to put back in with the battery in. Controls are easy to get to. A little to easy, I have hit the video button more than once by accident. I got this for kayaking and outdoors stuff and it fits right into the kayak LJ and is hardly noticeable in my shorts pockets. 2 thumbs up. I had looked at more expensive ones, on review sites, and I am so far very glad I bought this. It was the 8th pick out of the 10 waterproof cameras that were reviewed, 1 thru 7 were all way more expensive.
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