Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Compact Digital Camera, Graphite
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The XP130 also features the same 16 megapixel sensor, 5x zoom lens, 3 inch LCD screen and built-in wi-fi as its predecessor. The latest camera in the XP series features a new processor, updated design and an improved durability while maintaining a compact and lightweight body with a variety of automatic shooting functions. Apart from these key features, the main specs are the same as the previous model - there's a 16 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, a wide-angle 5x optical zoom lens equivalent to 28-140mm in 35mm terms, and there is optical image stabilisation built-in, which moves the CMOS sensor to counter camera shake. It can now go even deeper than before, to an impressive 25 metres, while other improvements include a new scene recognition mode, which should make it better able to assess what it’s photographing, and 4K video recording (albeit at 15fps). The XP140 also upgrades its predecessor’s low resolution slow motion video modes to 720p HD resolution.
The Fujifilm Finepix XP140 is a rugged waterproof compact that can be taken to a depth of 25 metres, operates in temperatures down to -10C and can be dropped from a height of 1. So the Finepix XP140 does ok for macro shot’s but if you like to get in really close, you can’t beat the microscope modes on the TOUGH TG-6. While the camera can shoot at up to 10 fps, that only lasts for a few shots before things slow down.
Digital effects modes here include a corner shading 'toy camera' option, the vivid 'pop colour', high key, low key and fish eye effects. The Panasonic Lumix FT7 is a new flagship tough camera that is waterproof down to a depth of 31 meters / 102 feet. Its picture quality is good, albeit not as good as the more expensive Olympus TOUGH TG-6, and it has a wide range of video modes – though its new 4K/15p mode is a bit of a let down. com is a trading name of Jessops Europe Limited, a company registered in England and Wales, company number 08384909. It’s equipped with a 5x 28-140mm zoom which, again, is longer than you’ll find on most waterproof compacts.
The XP140 also has a maximum sensitivity of ISO12800 (one stop higher than its predecessor) to produce sharp low noise images even in poor light conditions. It rarely succeeds in transferring photos without some kind of human intervention and even then isn’t always successful. Weighing just 207g, which means that it can be comfortably squeezed into the pocket of your jeans, this camera is more than manageable, its destruction proof qualities this time around including waterproofing to depths of 25 metres, being shock proofed against drops from 1. Users need to download the free “FUJIFILM Camera Remote" app to their smartphone or tablet device to easily transfer photos and videos. The new model retains the 5x zoom and 16 Megapixel sensor of its predecessor in a body that looks very similar.
The XP140 got it right about half of the time, but the TOUGH TG-6 came out top for autofocus reliability in these conditions. Fujifilm’s years of experience are reflected with its colour reproduction technology, which ensures beautiful colours in all conditions.