Fujifilm FinePix XP200 16MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Four proof protection for use in extreme conditions (Waterproof to 50 ft., Shockproof to 6.6 ft., Freeze proof to 14F and Dustproof)
- Bright and clear 3.0-inch LCD display (920k dot)
- 16 million effective pixels 1/2.3-inch CMOS image sensor for fast performance, even in low light
- Fujinon 5x optical zoom lens
- Full HD movie 1080P
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|Item Dimensions||2.8 x 1.18 x 4.57 inches|
|Item Weight||0.51 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Weight||0.3 grams|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16 MP|
|Shipping Weight||0.8 pounds|
|Water Resistance Level||Waterproof|
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This camera is COMPLETELY waterproof and fairly shockproof as well. Great for travel and vacations! Mine is bright yellow and comes with a nifty wrist strap, so it's hard to lose.
The resolution is great for the price, the lens glass is sharp and the sensor works well indoors (but not at night, for the most part).
My favorite feature is the HDR setting. For the uninitiated, HDR (High Dynamic Range) photographs are typically merged together from a sequence of light-medium-dark photos of the same subject. HDR allows for a very even exposure of highlights and shadows, when a normal photo would leave the sky bleached or the trees blackened. Some HDR photos look a bit surreal, but this is not a "professional" camera. The word which best describes this camera is "fun". It's just plain fun and easy to use.
Some other nice features are:
**The automatic wifi transfer to your PC (OR to your smartphone/tablet, just download the APP and hold the camera *ON* your device to ensure a connection)
**The panoramic mode (works well with a steady hand and a well-lit area)
Overall, a great little travel camera. I highly recommend this to families, since it's practically unbreakable and simply enough that a child can use it.
I took my fuji down 15+feet and the photos came out amazing, I took it on several very rough catamaran trips even shooting video that sounded great and looked amazing. Of course the wind and sail were whipping in the mic but you could hear us laughing and having fun. I treated this camera much like I do my expensive one, padded case, always strapped to my wrist, except it got wet and sandy and went into my beach bag. I was super careful not to get tanning oils on it and rinsed it off within an hour. I only opened the battery chamber when absolutely necessary and only after the camera was allowed to air dry.
Note for diving/snorkeling: If the sun is behind a cloud life underwater is pretty black and white... I thought my camera (and maybe my mask) was malfunctioning. If you dive in shallow water with the sand stirring up, pictures will be hazy. If you shoot at the surface on underwater mode you'll have red or purple photos.. (I'm no pro photog I know there's a red filter but can't remember why) My finger got in the lens only once during my 6 hours underwater, it was an easy crop. I did not use a float strap because they didn't feel right, the lanyard that comes with the camera cinches up nicely around my wrist. I held my camera up when I entered the water as not to bash it against the water.
Battery Life: the battery that came with the camera had good life, the backup off brand I bought... not so good.Read more ›
I only had 1 issue....Not sure what happened but I had to remove the battery to reset the camera just 1 time . The other dozen or so WiFi transfers went without issue.
My friends use older FujiFilm XP waterproof cameras on the lake and in the river with great success, and the XP200 came highly recommended. However, my impression is that the XP200 is a great all-around digital camera that happens to be waterproof/shockproof. The XP200 also turns on almost instantly, so it is handy for those sudden situations on the water.
The 16MP sensor takes rather good pictures! The 5x optical zoom is impressive, as there are no mechanical lenses that move around. There are multiple features like 3D, HDR, and panaromic shots. However, the 3D and panaromic features aren't as quite refined as I'd like. The panorama feature isn't nearly as good as the feature on my Samsung Galaxy S3 phone.
The XP200 takes true HD video, but the odd thing is that it only does 1920x1080 at 60 frames per second, and a 32GB SDHC card only allows about 23 minutes of footage. That's roughly 190 Mbps in the Quicktime .MOV format, whereas a GoPro or Sony Action Cam or even my Samsung Galaxy S3 would take 1920x1080 at 30 fps in roughly 20-30 Mbps in AVHCD MP4 format.
The thing I really did not like is the fact it uses a proprietary USB cable. It is about the same size as micro-USB, which has almost become a standard among mobile electronics manufactured in 2010 and beyond. However, it happens to be specific to the XP200. I don't like this because I already keep a bunch of AC adapters on a power strip and they each have an assortment of micro-USB and mini-USB cables. Now I have to keep track of a proprietary USB cable designed for the XP200.
The photos have good overall clarity. They are not going to be professional grade, but would be great for Facebook posts, sharing, and even scrap books.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
too expensive cumbersome to upload on computer, not very user friendly for download But very stylish lookingPublished 6 months ago by Norma Villarreal
I bought this for underwater photos during a trip to Jamaica. I ended up using it as my primary camera for that trip and several others. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Beth Ann Hagen
I love this camera. Waterproof, I am able to take it anywhere. It isn't the best in the dark, but for hiking trips where I'll be splashing through waterfalls it's great.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love it!!! Takes just as clear if not clearer shots than my high end Nikon digital SLR. Easy menu settings and navigation. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anonymous
I got this camera as a Christmas gift last year and have used it in a variety of conditions. I am extremely happy with the camera. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Don
Very nice camera. Great quality and is truly waterproof. Took many videos and pictures underwater in Mexico. Read morePublished 8 months ago by OncoNurse1021