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The FUJIFILM FinePix XP130 is the camera for any serious adventurer

FUJIFILM has recently announced its latest action camera, the FinePix XP130. The XP130 will be waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, and even freezeproof. It will also come with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity for instant transfers. Needless to say, the XP130 will make a great companion for divers, hikers, extreme sports enthusiasts – or it could be your child’s very first camera.

FUJIFILM FinePix XP130 will come in 5 different colours.

The XP130 is certified IP68 waterproof and can withstand depths of up to 1.5m of water for up to 30 minutes. It is also dustproof with a double-locking mechanism for its battery compartment. Users need not worry about the XP130 breaking on them while taking their finest adventure shots. Weighing at 207g, the camera is both compact and lightweight. However small, it still features a large 3.0 inch 920k-dot LCD monitor. The XP130 also comes with an ingenious grip design for firm one-handed grip.

The XP130 will also come with Bluetooth pairing and wireless LAN connectivity with smartphones and tablet devices. This allows the photos to be almost instantly transferred over to the users or an Instax printer for instant printing. Controlling the XP130 is also possible with FUJIFILM Camera Remote app.

Camera Abilities

Aside from being convenient and rugged, it’s camera abilities are nothing to laugh at. The XP130 is equipped with a 16.4 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor with 5x optical zoom. Its lens will come with the equivalent 35mm format focal lengths of 28mm – 140mm. Along with a maximum ISO of 6400, shutter speeds of up to 1/2000sec, the XP130 is sure to perform decently in any lighting situation. The XP130 will also feature unique shooting modes such as; Electronic Level for picture-perfect landscapes, Eye Detection for dreamy portraits, and Cinemagraph mode which produces still images with moving elements. The XP130 would also be able to capture Time-Lapse videos and would be able to record videos in 1080p.

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