Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Compact Digital Camera, Graphite

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Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Compact Digital Camera, Graphite

Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Compact Digital Camera, Graphite

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It can now go even deeper than before, to an impressive 25 metres, while other improvements include a new scene recognition mode, which should make it better able to assess what it’s photographing, and 4K video recording (albeit at 15fps). More usefully it has 1080 and 720 modes at 50 and 24fps as well as unusual square modes at 1080×1080 and 720×720. megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, the Fujifilm FinePix XP140 produces fantastic photos even in low light. In-depth testing Latest Camera Reviews Beyond the studio tests Feature Articles and Videos see how we see Sample Galleries real world performance Field Test Videos Throwback Thursday Classic Cameras from Days Past What's that Noise? It probably won’t outdo your smartphone in some situations, and if you don’t need 4K video then it’s worth checking out the even more affordable Fujifilm XP130, but it makes a great stand-in for those times when you don’t want to risk your phone.

It rarely succeeds in transferring photos without some kind of human intervention and even then isn’t always successful. So a very straightforward and intuitive camera in terms of layout then, and one on which you won't have to hunt around to find the settings to get it to do exactly what you want. There’s no longer an underwater macro mode as on the earlier XP130, but that clearly doesn’t affect your ability to get in close.

Other new features for this year's model include a maximum sensitivity of ISO12800 (one stop higher than its predecessor, the XP130), improved Scene Recognition Auto mode, Eye Detection, a new processor, improved durability and a new user interface. Users need to download the free “FUJIFILM Camera Remote" app to their smartphone or tablet device to easily transfer photos and videos. It's available in yellow or white with a black outline, or black with a green, blue or silver outline. You can get a firm grip on it with one hand, but need to be careful not to obstruct the lens if using both.

The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Using it in the fully automatic mode, the scene recognition kicks in to good effect in the vast majority of situations. With no dedicated mains charger provided, the battery is charged within the camera body itself, with a mains plug and detachable USB cable provided for the purpose of juicing up said cell. It doesn't cost you anything extra when you use these links, but it does support the site, helping keep ePHOTOzine free to use, thank you. In addition to the durable design and build, the XP140 has a FUJINON lens that boasts the company's unique colour reproduction technology and uses a 16.

The XP140 also contains a host of automatic functions such as main subject recognition and new user interface, making it the easy choice for a wide variety of shooting situations. Though we found there was some loss of definition at the very edges of frame when shooting at maximum 28mm equivalent wide angle setting and some loss of highlight detail (and visibility of pixel fringing) under particularly bright conditions (where an manual option is to simply dial the exposure compensation down), under most circumstances we found the images from the Fujifilm XP140 to be rather better than we expected from a camera of this ilk.

The camera's colors look good above sea level, and white balance was accurate when we put it into the touch tank at the aquarium.

action Whether you’re frolicking on the beach or swimming in the sea, capture those precious family moments in 4K Ultra HD video in 15 fps. That makes a great all-rounder that should not only withstand adventure travels, but also anything that kids might want to throw at it (or throw it at). As before, the Finepix XP140 is equipped with WiFi and Bluetooth and can transfer photos to you phone in the background while you shoot. CameraWorld is acting as a credit broker offering finance products from Omni Capital Retail Finance Limited. The Fujifilm Finepix XP140 is a rugged waterproof compact that can be taken to a depth of 25 metres, operates in temperatures down to -10C and can be dropped from a height of 1.

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The XP140 also upgrades its predecessor’s low resolution slow motion video modes to 720p HD resolution. But that’s the thing – many of the situations that you might want to use the XP140 would easily kill your smartphone.

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