Conclusion: Call it waterproof, call it shockproof, feezeproof, weatherproof, lifeproof etc. or just sum it up in one that essentially covers all of the above: childproof! Yes the XP150 is a versatile and tough little unit that is sure to endure all that life, and indeed children, can throw either at or in...
Conclusion: Overall, the Fujifilm FinePix XP150 is a nice looking camera that's a easy to use and meets the tough demands placed upon it. However, where the XP150 stumbles is in the results. Although we've enjoyed using the XP150 and it has given us some nice shots, there are too many foibles along the way and...
Pros: Good value for money, looks nice, easy to use
Cons: Focusing, prone to lens flare and lens obstruction, final image quality isn't great
Excerpt: The Fuji FinePix XP150 is a tough little camera that's certainly not short on features. A particular favourite is the panorama mode, which allows you to simply pan the camera around to capture a horizontal or vertical vista.
Excerpt: The XP150 was added to the Fujifilm FinePix range of digital compact cameras in January 2012 and is water, shock, dust and freezeproof. It is available in black, silver, orange, green and blue for £219.00.
Pros: Available in a good range of colours, Very good battery life, Bulit-in GPS, Full 1080p HD video recording, Camera is easy to grip, Good colour reproduction, Impressive panoramas, LED light
Cons: Continuous shooting modes have a limited image size, Minimum focusing distance of 9cm, Noise impacts on image quality from ISO 400