Leica released Leica X-U waterproof camera just yesterday. Cool but too expensive. Want a more affordable alternative? Fujifilm’s latest waterproof camera may be a nice solution.
The FinePix XP90 is a durable, compact waterproof camera that measures 4.3 x 2.8 x 1.1 inches and weights 6.56 oz. As shown in the images, the digital camera boasts a compact, smooth and sleek appearance, and four bright color options add personalized style and charming modern aesthetics to the camera. Furthermore, its fully sealed housing makes FinePix XP90 waterproof to 50’/ 15.2m, dustproof to IP68 standards and freezeproof to 14 degrees centigrade, and it withstands shocks from 5.8’/ 1.8m, so you can take it to capture awesome scenes in the water, on snow mountain or anywhere you want to go.
The waterproof camera features a 16.4MP 1/2.3″ CMOS sensor and Fujinon 5x optical zoom lens that bring you high-res photos, realistic color reproduction, and full HD video recording at 60fps. Meanwhile, its sensor-shift image stabilization effectively reduce the blur that tends to occur when the camera is zoomed in, and a 3.0″ LCD monitor with anti-reflective coatings provides clear visibility when you capture photos or videos.
Moreover, thealso features built-in WiFi connectivity that allows it to wirelessly connect with your smartphone. With the help of its custom app, you can easily transmit photos and videos to your mobile devices or remotely control your FinePix XP90. Apart from that, multiple shooting modes bring you flexibility for various creative photos including underwater macro mode, interval timer, time-lapse, action camera mode, panorama 360 and more.