Posted on 29 March, 2012 by Keron Calame | No Comments
Fujifilm just expanded its FinePix line with another ruggedized digital camera, the FinePix XP150 Rugged Digital Camera. Like the other XP models from the FinePix series, the XP150 is also “four-proof” with Waterproof up to 10 meters, freezeproof up to -10 C, drop-proof up to 2 meters and dustproof as well.
According to the company, the FinePix XP150 is the company’s most durable camera to date which make it a top pick for outdoor enthusiasts and explorers. The camera also features a new high sensitivity GPS antenna that records your location faster and easier than its predecessors and will even track your movements and show your route on its LCD display.
The XP150 is also equipped with an electronic compass and photo navigation functions. Other than its durability, the XP150 comes with a 14-megapixel CMOS sensor, it offers a 5x optical zoom and a focal range of 28-140 mm. The camera captures high-quality still images as well as Full HD 1080p videos at 30fps, it also comes with an underwater movie function that will allow you to capture stills and HD videos while you snorkel.
The Fujifilm FinePix XP150 Rugged Digital Camera also comes with a micro HDMI connection that allows the user to share videos and images with friends on an HD screen. It will be released in the UK in the colors of black, silver, orange, green and blue for the price of 219 GBP per unit.