Summary: I bought an XP 150 "in good condition" from a seller in the Canary Isles. It came with a charged battery but no charger. OK I thought, I'll buy a USB lead and charge it from the laptop. The lead arrived very quickly but by then the GPS had totally flattened the battery!
Summary: I got pretty good use out of this camera snorkeling in the Seychelles, never took it below about 3-4 feet. One of the switches on the battery cover door became incredibly difficult to operate by the end of the trip.
Summary: purchased this camera for holidays at the beach and skiing. during my summer holiday it leaked water into the battery/sd card chamber after 1 day splashing around at the surface. worked for a while when dried out but then stopped altogether.
Go for something else even if you have to pay a bit more
Amazon User, Amazon
8 December 2013
Summary: Took it with me to two beach vacations and I'm disappointed. I have to be careful not to shake too much underwater or the water may leak through. And that's hard to do when you're trying to swim. Ruined one set of pictures already since the water leaked in and we didn't take it deep at all.
Summary: This camera was awesome until it leaked, and now it is worthless! Directions were followed carefully, no user error, and the product failed! Also killed my 32 GB SD card!! For less than 6 months of use, no damage to camera and it failed! Do not trust this camera to be submerged! My two cents.
Excerpt: My Fujifilm XP100 Rugged and Waterproof Camera Back a few of years ago, I bought my step-daughter a Fuji XP10 camera for her graduation present. She is a lifeguard and I felt that a compact waterproof camera would be great for her.
Summary: Just returned from our cruise to Bermuda where we used this camera in the pool and the ocean! The kids used the video feature while going down water slides too! Perfect for taking photos while in the water!!! I love it but my kids love it more!!!!