Fujifilm FinePix XP60 - Yellow (16.4MP, 5x Optical Zoom, Waterproof to 20ft/6m, Shockproof to 5ft/1.5m)
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- 16.4 million pixels
- 1/ 2.3-inch CMOS with primary colour filter
- FUJINON 5 x optical zoom lens
- Waterproof to 20ft/6m
- Shockproof to 5ft/1.5m
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Colour Name: Yellow
The FinePix XP60 digital camera is the latest addition to FUJIFILM's XP range of robust cameras. Built to withstand the rough and tumble of family life, and building on the success of the XP50, the XP60 offers improved image quality, along with a 5x FUJINON optical zoom and the ability to perform, even if it's been dropped, frozen, covered in dust or taken for a swim.
Family holiday proof
Waterproof* – the XP60 shoots stills and records videos underwater, up to a depth of 6 metres, with crystal clear quality. There's even a double seal over the battery chamber for increased protection.
Shockproof* – you don't need to worry about letting children take hold of the XP60; it can withstand the shock of being dropped from heights of 1.5 metres.
Sandproof* – getting sand inside the camera is not an issue due to the thoroughly sealed access ports, protecting both the lens and the sensor and ensuring optimum quality images.
Freezeproof – if summertime fun on the beach or poolside doesn't appeal, then the XP60 can capture pictures of a winter wonderland up to temperatures of a teeth-chattering -10 ºC.
Superior image quality
At the very core of the XP60 is a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor which has ISO sensitivities up to ISO 6400 and CMOS Shift Image Stabilisation, which work together to ensure that sharp, clear pictures are produced, even in challenging low-light conditions. Details in shadow and in bright light can sometimes be lost on cameras with less powerful sensors, but the XP60's CMOS sensor ensures that more beautiful pictures are captured in the darker scenes.
Get closer to the action
The indomitable XP60 features an internal 5x FUJINON optical zoom lens (28mm-140mm in 35mm equivalent), which means that you can zoom right up to the action, even underwater. FUJIFILM's clever technology continues to impress with the added application of the Intelligent Digital Zoom feature, which when used results in double the zoom range (10x). This feature works by offering optimum image processing to counteract the degradation that has traditionally occurred when digital zooms are used.
A high speed shooter
Capture high speed action with the XP60's 10fps continuous shooting mode at full resolution (max 10 frames). You can also shoot ultra-high speed continuous shooting at up to 60fps (max 70 frames**). What's more the dedicated Burst Mode button placed on the top of the camera means it's always easy to get those all-important action shots.
Made for movie makers
The XP60 allows you to create amazing action-packed HD videos to share with friends and family on HD ready TVs, computers and other large screen devices. With the fast read-out and high speed processing of the CMOS image sensor and processor, the XP60 can record Full 1080i HD videos at 60fps. You just need to press the dedicated Movie Recording button on the back of the camera, and video recording starts quickly and easily. High speed video recording is also available on the XP60 at frame rates of up to 240fps.
Additional features such as Scene Recognition Auto now work when recording videos and a noise cancellation feature ensures you do not record the distracting sound made by the zoom lens when shooting videos. Advanced in-camera video editing is available including features such as Movie Trimming to edit out unwanted footage and Movie Join to seamlessly pull together multiple video clips into a single video.
See things clearly
The XP60 has a bright and impressive 2.7inch LCD screen with an anti-reflective coating which makes looking at images and data on the back of the screen really easy and crystal clear, even in bright sunlight. The screen features an automatic brightness adjustment feature which can be optimised to monitor brightness to account for ambient lighting, saving battery power without sacrificing clarity.
Transform your photographs with the in-camera Advanced Filters
The Advanced Filters add artistic effects to your photos which you can preview on the LCD before you take your shot. Pop Colour creates a dramatic effect which emphasises colours and contrast; Toy Camera produces pictures with a retro feel by adding vignetting; Miniature blurs the top and bottom of the frame to produce shots to provide a tilt and shift effect; Partial Colour – highlights one colour (choose from red, orange, yellow, green, blue or purple) and shoots the rest of the photo in black and white; High Key increases overall brightness and reduces contrast; Soft Focus provides a soft filter effect; Cross Screen creates starbursts around bright objects.
The XP60 features a number of advanced features allowing greater creative flexibility. High speed multi-frame processing lets you record two shots or more at different exposures and then combines them to achieve High Dynamic Range (HDR) shots with natural contrast that preserves details in the highlights and shadows. Motion Panorama 360 lets you create 360º panoramic shots just by selecting the mode & pressing the shutter button and spinning round in a circle; this is simple to use and the effect is superb, particularly for landscape shots. Individual shutter 3D lets you create fun images with a 3D effect by combining two shots taken from slightly different angles.
Handsome looks and wide appeal
The XP60 is a well-designed rugged camera with an excellent core specification, which will withstand the wear and tear of members of the family of all ages getting their hands on it. Its stylish body is compact enough to keep it in your pocket and it's available in a range of exciting colours.
* Dust proof: IP6X
Water proof: IPX8 (up to 6.0m, within 120min.)
Anti-shock: Method; MIL-STD-810F-516.5, Fuji's standard;1.5m
** 16:9 S size only
Li-ion Battery NP-45A
AC Power Adaptor
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Top Customer Reviews
The Fuji XP60 produces some fairly decent images, certainly better than I have used from some previous models (and various makers)
A quick summary of good and bad points
+ Nice chunky build feels strong in the hand and able to take a drop
+ Great price for a Waterproof camera (there is a newer model out)
+ Waterproof to 6m, dustproof, shockproof, freezeproof
+ LCD screen is much improved over previous XP cameras, brighter and easier to see in hard sunlight (still only 230k but it's ok)
+ Lens covers a useful 28-140mm range, 5x zoom, pretty sharp too
+ Image quality is pretty good for a camera of this type, though has the usual smearing at higher ISO levels
+ Full HD video and the output is quite decent (I found it pretty sharp and detailed)
- Battery charges in camera via USB (would prefer the choice of an external charger)
- Macro is 9cm min focus distance ok but nothing amazing
- Battery life a bit low, Fuji say 200 I got closer to 170-180
- Usable at ISO 800 and at a push ISO 1600 but images are quite soft due to noise reduction
As per usual you get the usual scene modes motion panarama, pro low light (takes multi shots and merges to reduce image noise), filters like toy camera, pop, partial colour etc etc for playing around with
AF performance was mostly pretty good (I didn't have any serious issues with accuracy) The cover for the battery and memory card locks securely and I had no worries about leaking with the camera.Read more ›
Initial test shots and video came out fine with everything set largely to auto. The 6 disposable film cameras my girlfiend had bought looked very old school by comparison!
The bad: Day two (after about 15 minutes total usage, and making sure I cleaned the body with fresh water after immersion), the camera gave an 'Internal Overheat' message. By that time I was already in the water so took it back to let it properly dry out. The on/off button didn't work so I had to wait for a while before I could open the cover the remove the battery. And that was it, every time I turned it on I got the same message. It would playback video and stills without any problem, but as soon as I depressed the shutter to get into photo mode it would lock up with that same message.
Summary: No video/photos from this camera for my holiday, and those disposables saved the day. Some great pictures from the SLR on dry land, but the Dolphins and Rays will remain as memories only. I suspect I had a duff camera, and full refund was prompt (I bought from the high street rather than Amazon as I left it too late to buy). But it has put me off getting another Fuji. I give it 2* because I think I was unlucky, and it would have been nearer 4 or 5 without the problems. But those issues were ultimately fatal.
If you get one of these, do yourself a favour and execute a Business Continuity Plan. Boots are doing a 2 for 1 offer on disposables so pick up a few just in case.
Pros: >Actually has zoom
>Battery life is amazing! I've filmed hours of underwater footage and still had plenty of battery the next day!
>But a very wide lense too
>easy to use buttons even when weraing gloves or underwater
>Dirt proof, beach proof, (just remember to wash it with fresh water after it's been in salt water) bump proof etc
>Light weight, small but not too small
>Direct HDMI output
>Some awesome camera effects including single-colour photos, panorama, 240fps slo mo filming, full hd 1080p filming and film settings inbetween. There are alot of camera effects but you don't need all of them.
>Easy to find flash, timer and macro settings
>Self standing on flat surface - very useful! not all cameras will just stand nicely.
>Charges from usb - you don't need many cables etc
Cons: >If you seriously bash it, it could compromise the auto focus functions (It was my fault though)
>HDMI output didn't seem to work very well for me for some reason
>It is a bit more expensive than a basic point and shoot camera
>Takes a while to charge, but then it does have a very good battery life
That's all I can think of for now - I highly recommend this camera!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had this camera for two years and only used for a total of five weeks when it just stopped working. We charged it up thinking that would solve problem but after about twenty... Read morePublished 7 months ago by E
Great camera which has enabled us to take 100's of underwater photos. Only problem was the courier who left it outside our front door in the pouring rain and no note. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kevin
Stopped working just after warranty ran out.
Goes in and out of focus randomly when using video mode.
Dreadful camera- it stopped working on the first day of our holiday. Fewer than 300 photos have been taken with it, and it had never been anywhere near water, let alone used... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Elia
This was a great little camera while it lasted. I used it as a traveling camera for a year. I took it snorkeling and got some really good pictures with great quality. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Sanction
After the guarantee ran out it stopped working it wouldn't switch on which if you look on line is a common fault, and a repair costs more than the camera is worth. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Phil
I bought one of these for myself a couple of years ago, it was a lot more expensive then! I've been so delighted with it that I've just bought another for my daughter as she keeps... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mrs Lucia MEC Dunlop