Fujifilm FinePix XP80 Review

By August 11, 2016Sporting Goods
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Price: $168.00
7 new from $168.005 used from $103.64
  • 4 Way Proof - Waterproof 50 ft / 15m, Freeze proof 14 Degree F / -10 DegreeC, Shockproof 5.8 ft / 1.75m and Dustproof.
  • 16.2 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor delivershigh-quality images in low light.
  • Continuous shooting mode is capable of capturing up to 10.0fps (maximumrecording of 10 images at full resolution).
  • Full HD Movies with one-touch movie button.
  • Connect to your smartphone or tablet for extra enjoyment for Remote Shooting and Wireless Image Transfer.
HD Video At 60fps: The Fujifilm FinePix XP80’s full 1080p video recording resolution at 60fps allows for smoother video and excellent slow motion recording. This makes for great slo-mo captures for cannonballs into the swimming pool.
Wi-Fi Enabled: Equipped with Wi-Fi and a downloadable app for your smartphone, this model makes transferring photos and videos to your smartphone easy.
16 Megapixels: Having this many megapixels allows for quality images to be blown up to larger sizes without looking pixelated.
Image Stabilization: This camera’s sensor-shift optical image stabilization battles camera shake and helps you take crisp photos without blurring your subjects. This is extremely helpful underwater.
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Battery Life: Probably the weakest attribute of an otherwise excellent waterproof camera is its short battery life. It’s not terrible by any means, but it just won’t go the extra distance like many of its competitors.
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Aperture Range: F3.9 – F4.9 will be fine for bright sun shining days and other well-lit situations, but low-light performance will suffer. Depending on visibility, this can have a negative impact on underwater photography.
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David D. was an all-star athlete in high school and has been passionate about sports his entire life. Long after he hung up his cleats, he shifted focus to the outdoors, becoming a hiking guide and a fishing instructor. If it’s a product that’s used in any type of exercise, he’s probably given it a try at some point.