FujiFilm FinePix XP10 (FinePix XP11)

Announced Feb 2, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 36 – 180 mm (5×)
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I did not have a "rugged" water-resistant camera to take with me on vacation, so purchased this for that specific task. Camera is well made, with a metal body and simple controls. I normally use Canon compacts, and next to them, the picture quality of the Fuji is very poor, especially in low light conditions. Results are acceptable in well-lit situations, which is where I will be using this camera mostly, so this was a reasonable purchase for me. Problems: Poor video quality, with very poor ...

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Easy to use underwater. Fun little camera. Good "knocking around" unit, but image quality holds it back from serious image making. Linking several video clips into one long clip is a good feature. Zooms while capturing video, but has difficulty focusing while zooming. Problems: easy to get fingerprints on lens. Very average image quality. Not fragile, but "shockproof" may be a bit of a stretch.

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Bought this as an additional small camera that provided some water and environment resistance. The case is metal and seems durable. Fairly solid overall. Features are average for small cameras these days, but the menu display could be made better. The buttons on the back are very small making it difficult to cursor with the 4 way. Though it's fairly easy to use, the flash is underpowered for regular close shots, and the image quality varies. I find the best photo are when there is a lot ...

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Bought this because it looked rugged. Actually works in the water. Problems: Next to impossible to take pictures in bright sunlight or in the dark. Have a problem with the focus when zooming and help provided wasn't useful. Cannot get the software installed with Vista Ultimate (tried 4 times). Also very difficult to un-install. USB only works with a good battery. No power through USB. Not compatible with Picture viewer on Sony PS3

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