Some photographers have a passion for action-packed photos and videos. The colorful Fujifilm FinePix XP70 is just what you need – create action movies and photos which say thousand words at one go. And, if you were to drop your favorite digital camera, don’t lose heart. Fujifilm FinePix XP70 is designed to be a tough nut to crack. However, at what price can you bargain for this highly interesting gizmo? Check out the details right now.
Available in blue, orange, and yellow, this cute looking trendy piece seems to be one of those stylish gizmos from the shelf. However, it is resilient to withstand freezing cold temperatures or dusts. It is not only water resistant but waterproof as well. The digital camera is apt enough to be taken underwater for a shoot. The shockproof gadget is also good enough to absorb external pressures and drops. At a dimension of (4.0x2.6x1.0) inches it weighs just 180 gram. It can easily fit into the palm and seamlessly worked with even in difficult situations. In short, it allows all types of actions to be taken at any position – including those in extreme levels. The 2.7-inch TFT monitor supports a resolution of nearly 460K-dot. The LCD screen allows nearly 100 percent viewing area. For playback, it allows 100 percent viewing. The digital camera has the FinePix XP70 firmware interface that works with Windows 7, Vista, XP, and 2000. It also works with Mac devices. The software tools include FinePixViewer and MyFinePix Studio to manage, view, and edit photos and videos.
The highly sensitive sensor allows full HD 1080 at 60p or 60i resolution under 30 fps. The video files are stored in H.264 and MOV format. High speed movies can be recording at a whooping 380 fps. The camera allows seamless recognition of scene modes. The audio capabilities are also robust enough to act a as a voiceover for the videos.
The built-in monaural microphone has the ability to filter wind noise. So, users just need to attach the camera to the HDMI port of a television set and watch the videos on HDTV. The video recording is done at 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution at 60 fps, 1280 x 720 pixels resolution at 60 fps, and 640 x 480 pixels resolution at 30 fps. The still images are stored in JPEG. They offer a maximum resolution of 4608 x 3456 pixels resolution. There is an inbuilt flash also that offers Red-eye Reduction, Slow Sync, and Suppressed Flash modes. It is used in tele-photo, macro, and wide photos.
The digital camera can be taken at least 33 feet under water for shooting purposes. It is however, not compatible with Bluetooth or 4g LTE connectivity. It also does not have a gyroscope sensor. The gizmo can be however, connected with the Wi-Fi technology through IEEE 802.11b / g / n standard wireless protocols. It allows various shooting modes and can perform Geo-tagging and Autofocus capabilities.Powered by 5x optical lens and 2x digital lens, the photos are extremely focused and distinct in its color combination and contrast. The gizmo allows Programmed Auto exposure mode.
At around $230, the users are getting more than what other digital cameras can provide in the market. It is rightfully a best buy product for those who want to click under difficult terrains.
The digital camera is powered by SR Auto technology that makes sure to detect faces, smiles, and readily-acceptable facial contours. However, there is no information about the imaging processor used in the gizmo. Nevertheless the technology is good enough to combine with the 16.4MP CMOS sensor technology to reduce noise and provide highly clear and vivid images. The sensor is sensitive enough to pick low intensity lights. It meets the ISO 6400 standards. The internal specifications are robust enough to produce an impressive shooting speed at 10 frames per second (fps). There is a 99MB built-in memory and an external storage option as well. There is a memory card slot that supports SD cards. The other supporting memory card accepted by this gizmo is the SDHC card.
There is one NP-45S lithium-ion rechargeable battery which allows nearly 210 frames in the auto mode in a single charge. It also provides 250 still images after which it runs out of juice. The battery life results are based on CIPA standards. The battery can be charged at least 300 times in normal conditions. When not in use, the battery runs out of its power within 2 days.
|Sensor Size||CMOS 1/2.3”||Optical Zoom||5.0X|
|Focal length(mm)||5.0- 25 mm||Maximum ISO||6400|
|Shoots per battery||210||Build in Flash||Yes|
|Build in WIFI||Yes||Video Recording||Yes|
|Weight||384g||Dimensions||134 x 69 x 33 mm|
|Environmentally sealed||No||GPS Tagging Capability||No|
|Live view mode||No||Maximun Shutter Speed||Empty|
|Memory Card Slot||0||Model number||Empty|
|Viewfinder Coverage||0||Date First Available||2015-06-29|
|Auto Focus Points||Empty||Articulated LCD Screen||No|
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