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Fujifilm FinePix XP60 16.4MP Digital Camera with 2.7-Inch LCD (Blue) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Waterproof to 20 ft., Shockproof to 5 ft., Freeze proof to 14°F and Dust/Sand proof
  • 2.7-inch TFT color LCD monitor
  • 16.4 million effective pixels 1/2.3-inch CMOS image sensor with primary color filter and Optical Image Stabilizer
  • Fujinon 5x optical zoom lens with approx. 2x digital zoom (up to approx. 10x, with 5x optical zoom)
  • Full HD movie recording (1920 x 1080p) with a dedicated Movie Recording Button and Burst Mode Button
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Product Description

Color: Blue

Product Description

The Fuji FinePix XP60 16MP All-Weather Digital Camera is a compact, rugged camera featuring a 16.4 megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor and a waterproof, shockproof, freeze-proof, and dustproof construction for recording both high quality still imagery and full HD 1080i video in a wide variety of conditions. A 5x optical zoom lens provides a wide range of focal lengths to suit most shooting situations and sensor-shift-type image stabilization helps to reduce the appearance of camera shake while working with longer zoom magnifications or in low-lit conditions. A bright 2.7-inch 230k-dot LCD monitor is available for live view monitoring as well as playback and review of both still and moving images.

From the Manufacturer

A Tough Companion for All Seasons

Waterproof to 20ft (6m)

Shockproof to 5ft (1.5m)

Freezeproof to 14°F (-10°C)


  • * Dustproof:IP6X
    Waterproof:IPX8(up to 6.0m, within 120min.) 
    Anti-shock:Method;MIL-STD-810F-516.5 Fuji's standard;1.5m.

28mm Wide Angle, 5x Optical Zoom & 10x Intelligent Digital Zoom.

The indomitable FinePix XP60 features an internal 5x optical FUJINON zoom lens(28mm - 140mm)**, which means that you can zoom right up to the action, even underwater. The technology continues to impress with the added application of Intelligent Digital Zoom. The FinePix XP60 combines its 5x optical zoom with Intelligent Digital Zoom which results in double the zoom range(10x) whilst offering optimum image processing to counteract the degradation that has traditionally occurred when digital zooms are used.

  • ** 35mm format equivalent

High-Resolution, 16M CMOS Sensor and Optical Image Stabilization

16 million pixels CMOS sensor

16 million pixels CMOS sensor makes even dark scenes bright for high-quality images.

Optical (Sensor-Shift) image Stabilization

Optical image stabilization reduces the blur that tends to occur when the camera is zoomed in.

6 Scene SR AUTO

Scene Recogniton Auto ensures the optimum camera settings are always deployed for the best images of a given scene.

New "Burst Mode Button" for Responsive, Hassle-Free Shooting

Capture the action quickly and surely with continuous shooting toggle button

Characterized by high-speed processing, the CMOS sensor empowers continuous shooting at up to 10 frames/sec. (max. 10 frames) or ultra-high-speed bursts at a maximum 60 frames/sec. (max. 70 frames***). A dedicated "Burst mode button" lets you instantly switch into continuous shooting mode, making it easy to capture exactly the moment or expression that you're shooting for.

Continuous shooting at up to 10 frames/sec. (max. 10 frames) at full resolution

Ultra-high-speed bursts at a maximum 60 frames/sec. (max. 70 frames***)

  • *** 16:9 S size only

Full HD Movie (1080i/60fps)

Thanks to the CMOS sensor, the FinePix XP60 can shoot 1920 x 1080-pixel full HD video, at a maximum rate of 240 frames/second. A dedicated movie recording button makes it easy to switch to movie recording mode with a single touch.

High Speed Movie

Sometimes things happen too fast for you to see them properly with your own eyes. The FinePix XP60 can freeze the action at up to an amazing 240fps! So you can see every single minute detail and watch things happening step by step in slow motion.

  • * High Speed Movie can be recorded at the following speeds and sizes: 240fps (320 x 120 pixels), 160fps (320 x 240 pixels), 80fps (VGA 640 x 480 pixels).

Scene Recognition

Scene recognition is available during movie recording.

Movie edit

The camera also incorporates a number of advanced movie-editing features, including "movie trimming" to cut un-wanted footage from movies, and "movie join" to join multiple separate clips into a single movie.

Noise cancellation

Noise cancellation eliminates the sounds made by the zoom lens during recording.

Bright and Clear LCD with an Anti-Reflective Coating

The bright, clear LCD monitor is treated with anti-reflective coating to ensure excellent visibility, even in bright sunlight. LCD monitor brightness is automatically adjusted in response to lighting conditions to maintain optimal visibility and prevent unnecessary battery drain.

Advanced Filter

A selection of seven special filters lets you create distinctive photo effects. Filter effects can be verified on the LCD monitor to ensure you get exactly the results you're shooting for.

Pop Color

Toy Camera


Soft Focus

Partial Color (Red/Orange/Yellow/Green/Blue/Purple)

Cross Screen



Motion Panorama 360

Select “Motion Panorama 360” mode, press the shutter button and sweep the camera to pan the scene. The FinePix XP60 cleverly produces a stunning 360° panorama shot, effortlessly and automatically!


3D Shooting with "Individual Shutter 3D"

Two exposures of the same scene are saved in Multi-Picture Format (MPO) to create convincing images that appear to have been shot in real 3D. An overlapping guide on the LCD screen provides assistance for positioning the exposures, making it easy for anyone to create impressive 3D effects. And FUJIFILM's proprietary high-resolution 3D print system produces natural, beautiful 3D prints from images captured with the FinePix XP60.

Versatile Shooting Modes

In addition to a wide range of shooting modes, the FinePix XP60 offers a selection of versatile scene positions that ensure optimum results no matter what the scene.

Tracking Auto Focus

Keeps fast moving subjects in the frame and in focus, even at 5x zoom extended. Great for capturing dynamic close-ups.

Pro Low-light Mode

Ideal for shooting non-moving subjects in low light, this mode automatically takes a series of four high-sensitivity & low-noise exposures and then combines them into an image with less noise than the single exposures.

Dynamic Range (HDR)

This mode uses Multi Frame technology to capture three consecutive photos shot at high speed-under-exposed, normal exposure, and over-exposed. The three images are then layered to an optimum balance of detail in shadow and highlights, eliminating "blackout" or "washout" and producing pleasing, natural gradations.

Natural Light and with Flash

Can't decide whether it's best to use flash? Choose this mode, press the shutter and automatically capture the same scene twice: once with high sensitivity and natural light, and the second time with Intelligent Flash. Later choose one or keep both!

Face Detection

Face Detection optimizes people pictures by identifying faces and adjusting focus and exposure to ensure bright, clear results.

Red-eye Removal in Detected Faces

Red-eye removal automatically detects and corrects flash reflection for a perfect end result.

Instantly Detect up to 6 Faces!

The Face Detection can simultaneously recognizes up to 6 faces in a photo. Share your group portraits using the zoom up function in playbacks, checking each detected face. Each priceless expression can be cropped and saved in clear high resolution results.

Face Detection Timer Function

The Face Detection Self-timer automatically sets off after the number and position of faces in a scene are detected, snapping the photo at the right moment, with the faces in focus and properly exposed.

Share your images with built in social networking

Don't wait until you get home to start choosing which pictures to upload to FACEBOOK. Start the process in camera by tagging the pictures you want to share. The next time you connect to your home computer your images will upload automatically. The same goes for movie clips too, which can also be uploaded to YouTube™.

Easy Web Uploading to YouTube™ and FACEBOOK via MyFinePix Studio

It's as easy as one, two, three. Shoot pictures and tag them for upload to your FACEBOOK profile page or YouTube™ account.


When the FinePix XP60 is connected to a PC, the marked images are uploaded to the designated site, eliminating the need for time-consuming PC-based image processing or selection.

MyFinePix Studio Automatically Searches for New Images to Upload for You

MyFinePix Studio detects new images to upload. When finding new image to upload, the uploader starts automatically.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1 x 4 x 2.6 inches
Item Weight 36 pounds
Shipping Weight 14.4 ounces
Item model number XP60 Blue
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 435 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,350 in Camera & Photo
#25 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Underwater Photography > Cameras
#150 in Camera & Photo > Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Date first available at January 7, 2013

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Color: Yellow
After doing plenty of research on underwater cameras at this price level. I came to the conclusion that this is the best camera for the price. PEOPLE,..its an underwater camera,..not a $400 SLR professional camera. ITS best pics are outside and underwater. Expect good pictures at night with the flash at about 10ft of distance,..nothing more. But if I wanted this,..I would not have been using an underwater camera..... HELLO ???
My galaxy S3 phone takes great HD pics and video so I am comparing this review using my phone and the camera. I have an underwater case for my phone and the pics and video are truly HD and awesome. So this little camera had its work cut out for it since I bought it. I thought there would be now way that it could come close to my phone pics and video. I was wrong !

PICTURES: Great high resolution pics even with an 8GB class 4 SDHC card, above and under the water. Love the fact you can take video and shoot pics at the same time. Screen brightness blows my phone away. I can barely see my phone under direct sunlight, but this camera has great brightness and can easily be seen under direct sunlight. Love the burst shot mode ! !

VIDEOS...........VERY IMPORTANT......YOU NEED A CLASS 10 SD CARD TO RECORD HD 1080I VIDEOS. I bought my camera as a bundle at COSTCO which brought me the 8GB SDHC card CLASS 4. DO NOT USE THIS CARD FOR YOUR VIDEOS. A CLASS 4 CARD DOES NOT SUPPORT 1080I VIDEO WELL. IT WILL RECORD IT BUT THE QUALITY WILL REALLY LACK. TRUST ME. I have tried it with both the class 4 and the class 10 cards. Also,..I did research on these cards. The class 10 records perfect 1080i video like my galaxy S3. Some people don't know this and notice that their videos are not great. Its not the camera,..its the card !
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Ordered camera for a trip to Mexico. Received a few days before and used to photograph some of the flooding here in CO (in the rain), and on a quick hiking trip in the mountains (dry). Was happy with the picture quality. To get clear/well lit photos just play with the pre-set modes until you've learned what is best for different situations. On the trip I was generally happy with the photo quality- the LCD screen was hard to see underwater, and it had a hard time in low lit situations, but overall good enough considering how much fun it was to use it on the beach. The camera seemed to be doing fine and I was meticulously following the instructions in the manual after every ocean or pool use (rinsing, soaking, drying, etc). However, on day 3 of my vacation I took it snorkeling. When I came out, it would not turn on. I rinsed, dried, etc. when i got back to my room. The lens, LCD screen, and flash all fogged up. I let it dry according to directions. Nothing. Even when returning to dry, not-humid CO the camera never would dry out/work again or charge. Very disappointing as i was only halfway through my trip. If you plan on using this in the rain, want something that can survive an accidental dunking, or wade on the beach (but not swim) this camera would probably be fine. If you plan on submerging it I would not recommend. Returned mine yesterday and will look at other brands.
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I purchased a Fujifilm X60 and used it three times before it failed. The camera was not abused, dropped, or.used underwater. It simply stopped working and would not turn on. I returned the camera to Fujifilm per their instructions and was surprised and dismayed to receive an invoice for $117.00 to repair what they termed an out-of warranty problem, stating that the HDMI pins were bent. I HAD NOT connected this camera to an HDMI cable! How the pins became "bent" is a mystery to me. I emailed the details to customer service with no response other than a message to say the email was received. I then called the repair department and asked to speak to a supervisor and was transferred to voice mail. After leaving two messages, I received NO response at all. This has to be the poorest customer service I have ever experienced. No reputable company should treat their customers with such disrespect. Needless to say, I will not purchase from Fujifilm again.
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Color: Yellow
August 22, 2013 Update
We are having a lot of fun with the XP60. We take it on the boat, to the beach, in the spa, and the local city pool. It's just great to put the floating wrist strap on my, or my grandson's, wrist and snap away when we feel the desire. I don't have to worry about bumping it, or getting it wet.

As long as I keep the camera locked on ISO 100 we do get some decent photos. I also have taken some reasonable video. This one is jerky because I was driving a jet ski with one hand and taking the video with my left hand. [...]

June 18, 2013 Update
We've now used this little camera extensively since it arrived. We've taken perhaps 500 photos with it. Here are my recent observations.

The photo quality is not the best and the camera sometimes makes poor exposure decisions. Many photos come out of focus. Some of this is operator error, especially the focus issues. There is quite a lag between pushing the shutter button and the photo being captured so it is easy to push the button then lower the camera before the shot is capturee. Even with the ISO fixed at 100 the image quality isn't really great.

I would say about 95% of the photos are properly exposed, and 75% are in focus.

All of these comments must be taken in the context that I am a photo enthusiast and I usually am using a $650 camera body with an $850 lens. With that camera rarely is a shot out of focus and almost never improperly exposed. Of course the image quality from the DSLR is exceptional. The DSLR also has near zero shutter delay.

On the other hand...
I really like that this camera is hardy and waterproof. For the first time I was able to take a camera on the tow tube and take photos of the boat from there.
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