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Fujifilm FinePix XP50 Digital Camera (Blue)

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  • 14MP CMOS
  • High Quality Fujinon 5x Optical Zoom Lens
  • 4-Proof Protection: Waterproof 16.5', Shockproof 5', Freezeproof 14, Dustproof
  • Full HD Movies
  • Micro HDMI
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Product Description

Color: Blue

Product Description

Fujifilm FinePix XP50 Blue

From the Manufacturer

The FinePix XP50 is outstandingly durable. It's waterproof to a depth of 5m and can capture both movies and still images underwater. The camera's casing will withstand shocks or drops from a height of 1.5m, while cold environments are also no problem for this rough and ready device. The FinePix XP50 can withstand temperatures down to -10°C and dust is never a problem, with all the camera's access points specially sealed for ultimate protection.

Product Details

Color: Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B006T7QTNK
  • Item model number: XP50 Blue
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,530 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 1, 2012

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Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars

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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Hiker66377 on June 24, 2012
Color: Silver
First off let me say I'm very pleased with the FinePix XP50.

CONS:
- It's a water proof camera but it warns you not to use it around sand and water. So while it is water and mudd proof, it's NOT very sand proof.
- It uses a NP45A battery and I normally like AA rechargeable cameras
- It doesn't come with a car charger adapter (AC only)
- You have have to go into the settings menu a lot
- The camera has a lot of features that are tricky to figue out ( you'll probably want to read the manual to get the most out of the camera)
- Videos record as MOV
- it doesn't float ( but not many do)

PROS:
- 14 mp picture are awesome. Point and shoot and crop later.
- Takes great under water pictures/movies
- 2.7 LCD is super bright so you can see your picture outdoors, in bright sun light, after you take them. People that use my camera comment on how nice you can see the screen outdoors
- Easy to put in silent mode
- Water and shock proof
- Ton of mode settings so you can adjust lighting and speed automatically
- 360 auto pamaramic feature. Press button and just slowly turn in a circle. It auto joins them into 1 picture that shows like a movie on the camera VER COOL for things that are to big to capture with a picture
- You can use their software to upload directly to Youtude and Facebook (after you copy the pictures)

You need a fast SD card, Class 4 (44x) or faster for fast picture taking and recording HD videos. Battery only takes about 250 pictures or so. I took it on a day trip, took a few short videos, 190 pictures and reviewed the pictures a lot and it lasted all day. You can get a NP45A car chager with a battery for about $10-15. I also have a float wrist strap for it ($10).
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Dave Pacheco on June 2, 2012
Color: Blue
I purchased this camera while on vacation to take on a kayak trip and to the beach. It worked fine for a few hours on the kayak trip, and I'm reasonably pleased with the hundred or so photos I got out of it. But that afternoon at the beach, it stopped working in a pretty nasty way: when I turned the camera on, it would immediately take a photo, without having pressed the shutter release button at all. Then when I did press the button, it wouldn't take a photo. It seems that the shutter release button had shorted out. I tried rinsing in fresh water, letting it dry out overnight, etc., but it never recovered.

As far as I can tell, I followed all of the instructions around keeping the camera waterproof. There was never any water in the battery compartment or anything. It never got more than a few inches beneath the water's surface, nor did I drop it in the sand. So I don't know what happened, but it totally failed after just a few hours of what I would consider normal use for this camera.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Red on October 19, 2012
Color: Orange
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I do want to add that expectations from this camera make a huge difference on how satisfied you will be with the performance. It really is a matter of making the right comparison of apples to apples. So I'll compare this to other waterproof camera methods, and other waterproof cameras in this price range. I've also uploaded a bunch of photos taken at max resolution and a video recorded at full HD 1920p 30fps. The video was taken on a foggy and overcast day. The actual quality of photos and video won't show up correctly on Amazon but it should give you at least an idea of what to expect.

From a hobbyist's perspective:

I had my reservations about this camera but purchased it anyway because I like the design and orange color. Most waterproof point and shoot cameras currently on the market are a little on the bulky side, expensive, and have major problems with leakage (faulty latches over battery/sd card doors). This being an upgraded model comes with a safety lock that keeps you from accidentally opening the latch and letting water in...a nice plus. It is very difficult to unlatch the XP50 door accidentally since both "locks" have to be unlocked or relocked -in the proper sequence- to open/close the door. I wonder if some of the reviewers may have confused this camera with its near identical predecessor which had only one, non-locking latch.

When researching for a waterproof camera solution, I have tried the following:

1. Pouches ie. Dicapacs - Vinyl pouches that zip closed basically like putting your camera in a super-Ziploc bag. These for the most part work well and have never failed on me. They are relatively inexpensive and universally sized.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By RNS on May 22, 2012
Color: Blue
I was not very happy with this camera. Our last point-and-shoot died, and we needed another "pocket" camera. Without doing much market research, I went to the local big box store to look at what they had in stock. They had 3 waterproof/shockproof cameras, and I picked the FujiFilm Finepix XP50. The first day we used it - no real "problems" other than blurry pictures and an apparent slow write-time to clear the buffer to take a second picture. The second day we used it, I put it in my bathing suit pocket & waded around with it for a bit (no more than 2 1/2 feet under water at any time). A couple of shots came out fine, but then I started seeing white on the rear screen & in the images. A quick check showed water inside the lens housing. I quickly took it to the bank & dried off & opened it to find water in the battery/memory card compartment as well... Camera was less than a week old, no dirt/hair/apparent problems with seal, but there was a leak somewhere. Between the poor image quality & the leak, I took it straight back to the store without going home to change out of my swimsuit. I replaced it with another brand...
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