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Most of the scene modes are standard fare, but there is a handy and effective Motion Panorama mode that stitches three shots together in-camera. There are also underwater modes, which help regulate the exposure in those unique conditions.


Once I ventured outside of the city, the GPS still seemed spotty. That said, when it did work, it was a fun feature to have, and it makes sense on a camera that's supposed to be able to travel far and wide. The GPS can be enabled in the setup menu, and it can be set to work at all times or only while the Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera is powered on. In fact, my biggest complaint with the XP30 is its short battery life.

It took fewer than pictures before needing to escape to its charger. If you do get this camera, be sure to factor in the cost of purchasing extra batteries: In low light, the white balance was completely unreliable.

Not only did the noise increase so much that the ISO setting looked like a poorly done watercolor painting no surprise there, to be honestbut the colors were tinted differently in almost every picture. Recording movies on the Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera is simple: You only need to push the movie button on the back of the camera. The 5x optical zoom is available during recording, though its motor noise can be heard loud and clear. Check out some videos herehereand here.


No direct line here. Conclusion This camera is built to go where most cameras can't. The Fujifilm XP30 will survive such extreme conditions and therefore be the only option in some cases -- the best camera is always the one you have with you, the old saying goes, but the pictures will disappoint in all but the most forgiving conditions. It is waterproof to 10 feet, shockproof to 5 feet, and freezeproof and dustproof too. It has 10 megapixels, a 4x lens, and p HD video. Its marquee feature is its 3-inch touchscreen LCD, a rarity on rugged Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera cameras.

FinePix XP30 (Discontinued Model) Fujifilm Global

It shoots some of the clearest pictures in the rugged camera category, too. Despite its bad habit of letting water in behind the LCD though the other components tend to be fineit's a best bet for a tough guy camera. We're eagerly awaiting its replacement, the TX10as well. The WG-1 also has a 5x lens, 2. It has tougher specs, as it adds waterproofing to 33 feet and a crushproof rating to pounds. We had to compensate by around a second which then also lost focus and despite the hall being well lit, the XP30 still had exposure issues. Scratch-proof Shock-proof One thing we Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera liked about the Fujfilm digital compacts was the film replication settings in the Colour menu.

Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Review Photography Blog

Previously the cameras have Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera options of slide and colour film as well as more in depth simulations such as Velvia and Provia. The processor would use slight inflections in colour and saturation to give the feel of these well known film types.

Unfortunately, these days, it seems to be relegated to a few higher specification cameras and the XP30 only offers Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera black and whitesepia and chrome slide film options on top of the standard colour. The biggest feature that Fujifilm are shouting about on the XP30 is geo tagging. The technology has been around for a while now with lots of digital compact cameras being fitted out with it, but this is one of the first tough cameras to sport it. If you're unfamiliar with this feature, it works in a similar way to a GPS satellite navigation unit in the way that it communicates with a satellite to give the precise location of Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera camera.

As you record the GPS information, you can have it displayed on the screen in longitude and latitude when you're reviewing your pictures in the playback menu. You can also add place names and search for them in the menu system. This allows you to also create a photobook documentary using the Fujifilm software that comes in the box. It uses the date and time from the camera along with the location details from the GPS and will pin-point exactly when and where you were on Google Maps. We tested how long it took for the camera to locate the satellite and from start up of the camera, sat in a room around 2ft from a window, it failed to get a signal.

Putting the camera at the window, it also failed to get a signal which is a problem with the UK weather system. To tell us that it couldn't get a signal took around 4 minutes. It's a weak system and won't work unless you're outside and it's Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera clear day. There are GPS units available that will work indoors so the technology is available and has been for a while.

Fujifilm FinePix XP30

FinePix XP Number of (Design rule for Camera File system compliant / DPOF-compatible) f= - mm, equivalent to mm Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera a 35 mm l zoom‎: ‎approx. x (up to approx. 34x. The Fujifilm FinePix XP30 is another stylish entrant into the looking for a camera that can take a few knocks, the XP30 is a ruggedly.

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