Summary: The Fujifilm FinePix XP60 is the perfect camera to take over the beach and anywhere because it is not afraid of almost nothing, water, cold, sand or shock. The body is robust but also activating the sensor is quality, has the optical image stabilizer, an HDMI port, several filters and the ability to record Full HD movies. The optical industry is not the best, but then we always talk about an underwater camera.
Pros: Sensor resolution, Face Detection, HDMI, ISO, Full HD Movie; Stabilizer; Resistant to water, sand, dust and low temperatures
Cons: OPTICAL ZOOM, Focal Length, Size and display resolution
Excerpt: Fujifilm FinePix XP60 Review – The Fujifilm FinePix XP60 is one of the most affordable underwater compacts on the market, but it still packs an impressive imaging punch. See how it fares in the...
Excerpt: Fujifilm’s underwater cameras offer many of the characteristics you will find in the best waterproof cameras. The FinePix XP60 stands out with its notable 16.4-megapixel sensor. Plus it has the ability to take photos 20 feet under water. You can use it in temperatures down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit and get clear images for sharing and for viewing on your computer. It is shockproof and dustproof, so you can expect durability.
Pros: This camera has a maximum continuous shooting mode of 70 frames per second and a unique slow motion movie mode.
Cons: It does not have a GPS feature, and the lens is in an awkward location.
Excerpt: Upon opening the box, you're faced with the basic user guide for the Fujifilm FinePix XP60 which is a fold-out guide with cartoon images showing you how to load the battery and fit the wrist strap. There's also a safety handbook informing you about the water resistance of the camera and essentially advising you not to lose it down the Mariana Trench.
Excerpt: a budget waterproof camera. The new XP60 promises improved image quality, a 5x optical zoom lens, as well as a more rugged camera, being waterproof to 6m, shockproof from 1.5m, dust and sandproof, and freezeproof. Find out how it performs in our review.
Pros: Image stabilisation, Quick focusing, Full HD video recording, High speed shooting at 10fps, Waterproof to 6m
Conclusion: The Fujifilm FinePix XP60 continues the company's tradition of subtle upgrades to the tough cam series. Its available for a welcome price, and although somewhat plasticky the overall rugged build is the obvious key selling point. It fires up quick enough and autofocus, as well as close-up macro focus, works with few issues to raise.
Pros: Affordable, rugged build, responsive autofocus, close-up macro mode, tough and waterproof, GPS built in, well priced
Cons: Pictures miss the mark when viewing critically, camera opts for low shutter speeds that cause potential blur in low light, LCD screen small and has poor viewing angle, battery life not great, plasticky build, doesn't offer much new to the XP-series
Fujifilm FinePix XP60 waterproof compact pictures and hands-on
8 January 2013
Excerpt: Fujifilm is sure making a colourful splash with its latest waterproof compact, the FinePix XP60. There's a colour to suit all: take your pick from yellow, blue, red, green or black. The family-friendly tough compact, shown here in a striking yellow, is similar to its XP30 predecessor in terms of specs, but has a more refined style. The predecessor was all rounded edges and exposed screws, whereas the XP60 looks more aesthetically pleasing to our eyes.
Summary: Dette FinePix har absolut sine fordele, det føles solidt og er behageligt at holde på. Det er rigtig hurtigt, og det er ikke helt ved siden af, når det gælder billedkvalitet. Man får i det mindste ofte skarpe billeder med gode farver. Men så er det også slut med det positive. Frem for alt når det gælder at tage billeder i svagt lys – og det er jo det, det handler om, hvis man dykker med kameraet.
Pros: Nemt at tage billedserier, Billigt
Cons: Svagt batteri, Ingen genveje, Middelmådig billedkvalitet
Conclusion: Cuando se sale de vacaciones se necesita una cámara que resista todo tipo de ambientes y climas, por eso esta FinePix es para excelente para ese tipo de situaciones, la puedes usar bajo el agua, ofrece una excelente calidad debido a sus 16 megapixeles de resolución y graba video Full HD.
Pros: Sus 16 megapixeles de resolución, que te permiten tomar fotografías muy nítidas y grabar videos en Full HD. Es a prueba de agua, polvo, frío y golpes.
Cons: La memoria interna es muy reducida y el zoom es limitado.