Fujifilm XP200 FinePix Digital Camera - Yellow (16MP, 5x Optical Zoom) 3 inch LCD
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- Waterproof to 50ft
- Shockproof to 6.6ft
- 16 megapixel CMOS sensor
- 5x FUJINON optical zoom
- Wireless Image Transfer to smartphones & tablets
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A rugged camera with a thirst for adventure
Set to define new standards for all-weather digital compacts, the FinePix XP200 has a stylish new design, it's Waterproof to 15m, Shockproof to 2m, Sand/Dustproof and Freezeproof to -10°C.
The ultimate camera for the outdoor enthusiast and extreme adventurer; whether you’re into climbing, diving or extreme trial biking, the FinePix XP200 has what it takes to deliver high quality still shots and Full HD movies, whatever the conditions. Its high resolution sensor empowers continuous shooting at up to 10fps with a dedicated Burst mode button which lets you instantly switch to continuous shooting mode. And with the XP200’s new Wi-Fi PC Auto Save function, FUJIFILM is offering a simple and very useful means of automatically backing up your photos to your home PC.
Born to survive the elements
The XP200 captures still shots and records videos underwater, down to a depth of 15 metres, with crystal clear quality. There’s even a double seal over the battery compartment for increased protection
Walkers, climbers and mountain bikers will all benefit from the camera's shockproof capabilities that mean it can survive a drop of up to 2m.
Getting sand and dust inside the camera’s body is not an issue due to the thoroughly sealed access ports, protecting both the lens and the sensor.
If you like to shoot in the coldest of climates, the XP200 will keep functioning all the way down to -10°C.
Wireless Image Transfer to smartphones and computers
The XP200’s new wireless feature lets you transfer your photos and videos from the FinePix XP200 to smartphones, tablets, and PCs
For the first time, via Wi-Fi, FUJIFILM is able to offer a simple means to back up your photos to your home PC. Just install the free FUJIFILM PC AutoSave software onto your PC and select which folder you want the photos to back up to, and then by linking your Wi-Fi Router and the XP200 camera you will have set up a very simple to use backup for your photos on your home PC. Both incredibly useful and a big timesaver, this new feature has proven very popular.
To connect to smartphones and tablets you will need to download the free dedicated FUJIFILM Camera Application to your iPhone, iPad, or Android smartphone or tablet device to transfer up to 30 pictures at a time from the FinePix XP200. The app also lets you download movies, expanding the range of options available for enjoying pictures taken with the camera. Pictures stored on the camera can be viewed and selected for download on smartphone or tablet screens for a smooth download experience. No wireless LAN access point or complicated ID or password entry is required, and once pictures have been downloaded to the smartphone, you can simply upload them to social networking sites as easily as if they had been taken with the phone itself.
High-quality pictures and videos can be transferred hassle-free to the smartphone or tablet of anyone who has downloaded the free FUJIFILM Camera Application.
A high speed shooter
Capture all the high speed action with the XP200’s 10fps continuous shooting mode at full resolution. You can also shoot ultra-high speed continuous shooting at up to 60fps. With a dedicated Burst mode button placed on the back of the camera it’s simple to switch to continuous shooting mode, and ever so easy to capture all the fast paced action shots.
Superior image quality
At the very core of the XP200 is the camera’s 16 megapixel CMOS sensor. With ISO sensitivity up to 6400 and CMOS Shift Image Stabilisation, image capture is handled with ease ensuring that sharp, clear pictures are produced, even in challenging low-light conditions. Details in shadow and in bright light can be lost on cameras with conventional sensors; however, the XP200’s CMOS sensor ensures that beautifully balanced pictures are taken.
Easy playback on the 3inch screen
The XP200 has a bright 3.0inch, 920K-dot LCD screen with an anti-reflective coating which makes looking at images and data on the back of the screen really easy, even in bright sunlight. The screen features an automatic brightness adjustment feature which can be improved to monitor brightness to account for ambient lighting, saving battery power without losing clarity.
Get closer to the action
The well-designed XP200 features an internal 5x FUJINON optical zoom lens (28 - 140mm), which means you can zoom right in to the action, even underwater. What’s more blur free pictures are achieved through the CMOS Shift Image Stabilisation which corrects the effects of any slight shake of the hand when pressing the shutter. The technology continues to impress with the added application of Intelligent Digital Zoom. The XP200 doubles its 5x optical zoom with Intelligent Digital Zoom which results 10x zoom, whilst offering optimum image processing to counteract the degradation that has traditionally occurred when digital zooms are used.
Rugged looks and wide appeal
The XP200 marries style with substance – plus it’s got extra grip in case your hands are wet and is incredibly simple to operate, even if you’re wearing thick gloves.
Capture your adventures in Full HD
The XP200 allows you to take HD videos of all your adventures, perfect to show friends and family on the big screen what you’ve been up to. With the fast read-out and high speed processing of the CMOS image sensor and processor, the XP200 can record Full 1080i HD movies at 60fps (with high speed recording available at reduced resolution at frame rates of up to 360fps).
A new and improved Image Stabilisation system is employed when recording videos to ensure crisp results. And a one touch Movie Recording button on the back of the camera makes it just as easy to shoot videos as it is stills. Recording starts quickly at a press of the button, with just another press to stop recording.
Additional features such as FUJIFILM’s Scene Recognition Auto now also work when recording videos. Plus, advanced in-camera movie 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 movie.
Transform your photographs in-camera with Advanced Art Filters
You can really get creative by applying FUJIFILM’s “Advanced Filters” to your photos. Just preview them on the LCD before you take your shot.
- Pop Colour - emphasises contrast and colour saturation
- Toy Camera - creates shaded borders as if you were taking a photo on a toy camera
- Miniature - adds top and bottom blur for a diorama or miniature effect
- Partial Colour - retains one selected original colour and changes the rest of the photo to black and white
- High Key - enhances brightness and reduces contrast to lighten tonal reproduction
- Soft Focus (NEW) - creates a look that is evenly soft throughout the whole image
- Cross Screen (NEW) - creates starbursts around bright objects
Miniature and Soft focus cannot be previewed on the LCD but can be viewed post-capture in playback mode
The XP200 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 combine 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 a 360º panoramic shot 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.
Fujifilm FinePix XP200 Yellow
Li-ion battery NP-50
AC Power adaptor
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Top Customer Reviews
A mountain-biking friend recommended this as a cheaper alternative to say a Go-pro. Ok, it's larger and perhaps clunkier, but it is very robust.
The picture quality is best in bright sunlight - as such ive taken the best pictures in the south of France for example - but other conditions are good too.
It's been used in a swimming pool (the kids holding it whilst they jump in), in the sea - both diving in and on a body-board! and on a mountain bike. It's been dropped repeatedly and is so far undamaged. (dropped from say, waist height).
Due to it's durability it's a camera i use on the beach too. Im not worried about it being in a bag or back-pack - and if anything leaks, then it will be ok.
The kids love this too as I'm happy for them to use it whenever they want.
- different shooting modes
- completely waterproof
- great underwater pics
- great video function
- transfer to iPad using bluetooth
Oh yeah & invest in a floating wrist band coz it sinks ;)
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