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I am using a 32gb. I haven't tried anything larger than that.
Jun 27, 2014 by Michelle
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Yes. Please read the specs.
Apr 8, 2014 by Ken
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They are obviously not what I get from my DSLR, but I am pleased with the quality both indoor and out. The flash takes a minute indoors or in low light, but it seems to respond well in sunlight. I bought this camera for an upcoming beach vacation and to have at the pool, but I am already carrying it with me all the time because of size. I think you will be pleased.
Jun 25, 2014 by Michele deWaal
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No, but mine came with a flotation wrist strap (for use in the water) and a regular wrist strap.
May 26, 2014 by Emily Nedell
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Yes it does. Really loving this camera. Just took it on a trip to the Bahamas, and it was the only camera we needed. Great pictures and video inside, outside and underwater!
Jul 19, 2014 by Thomas J Torebka
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it uses a rechargeable LI-Ion battery that is used in a few other cameras from other manufacturers. It is about 1/4" thick x1"x1 1/2". Not sure what the stock battery costs, but I am sure it is overpriced. If you enter the battery number NP-45s in Amazon search there are several after market suppliers that are dirt cheap. The one I selected had two batteries plus an external charger (VERY handy so you don't tie the camera up when charging the battery). That charger is very fast too. It also included a small tripod (works fine for pocket use), some screen protectors and a Vivitar device to let you read the SD cards into your computer. That last is worthless to me as all of my computers take SD cards directly. You can also connect the camera via an included USB cable to transfer images and videos. Finally you can transfer using the camera wireless function which works great. The price for that complete package was very cheap and the batteries are actually slightly better ahr rating than the stock one. I have a total of three batteries now. One battery lasts quite a long time for stills depending if you use flash or not. IF I shoot at the 1080p highest quality video mode, one battery will give about 45 minutes of continuus recording (no pausing). If you pause when shooting it will actually go a bit longer. That continous shooting makes the battery warm and the recording time is less as a result. Originally I was hoping to get a camera that used AA batteries like my old Nikon as they are available anywhere. But it turns out these batteries are actually cheaper than rechargeable AAs so that is a moot point. Only possible issue is if you need new batteries out in the boon docks you are out of luck....but I figure 3 of them is more shooting than I possibly need. By the way the recharger for the camera and the one that is external is useable with the correct adaptor plug here in the US at 120 volts 60 cycle or overseas at 240 volt 50 cycles.
Jun 1, 2014 by AstroBob
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It should. I have not tried out this feature yet but did some research. Also if you have the Fuji App on your phone it acts like a remote for timed pics, and bring the pictures to your phone.
Apr 7, 2014 by Jason Barton
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The sound is awesome! I video us going down a water slide as a family & you could hear all of us clearly. I highly recommend this camera!
Dec 14, 2014 by Jennifer Swanson
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It can be charged from any standard USB cable.
Nov 12, 2014 by tallcooljuan
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It does have an AC adaptor but not sure if you can take pictures while you plug it into the wall.
Jul 17, 2014 by TS
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