Summary: I bought this camera to take some pictures in the pool, in a boat, and during some low-intensity water sports. It works fine for that, so I guess it fulfilled its main purpose. I should say I never took it more than 4 feet under water, so I can't vouch for it beyond the 4-foot mark.
Summary: The display screen is blury and a red tone to it the moment I started to use it. I thought It was the settings but its not. It is only blurry when you are taking the pictures, but once the picture is taken it is a clear photo. I have not printed any pictures yet. I love the underwater use.
Summary: My sister and I bought this same camera 12/2011. We are cruisers and these cameras were purchased specifically for trips to Caribbean beaches. It was easy to use in and out of the water and at first I was very pleased with its performance.
Summary: I bought my camera about a year ago and it worked fine. I was so excited about the camera and I bought the accessory kit to go with it. I took it underwater all the time which the picture quality is amazing.
Summary: I recently purchased this camera for use on the beach (not underwater). This is the cheapest of the "tough" cameras on the market. Outside pictures were very good. Inside with a flash left a lot to be desired, but this is an outside camera, not an all purpose.
Summary: We bought Fujifilm Finepix XP20 about 6 months ago for our trip to Hawaii. We chose XP20 because it was on the cheaper side of underwater digital cameras. Here's few fine points you should be aware of: 1) Underwater Shooting - XP20 takes best pictures when underwater compared to its outdoor, indoor,...
Summary: I got this as an upgrade from the Z33 WP, which I had purchased for one snorkel excursion off the SE Florida coast, where it got me a decent shot of a large, but unusually friendly barracuda. Naturally I was excited to find an improvement to that model's basic offerings.
Summary: I did some research of the xp20 to be ready for black friday/cyber monday deals. I was really excited about this camera due to it's many options for scenes and the automatic scene recognition setting.
This is a niche product, not an all around camera.
K. Bell, Amazon
25 September 2011
Summary: I bought this to work with. Low quality images were fine, but I needed it to hold up under dusty or wet conditions, as well as take a hit. In the course of a year, I dropped it three times, it did get a little wet in the rain on a couple occasions, and was constantly covered in dust, and performed...