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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Squeeze the on/of button and the rear LCD blinks into life in a second or so, which is a respectable showing for this class of camera.

Yes, we may lose a little definition and there's some visible softening at the extreme edges of frame when shooting at maximum wide angle, but in truth this is only really noticeable if you're actively looking for such instances. To access this you need to depress the button in the middle of the gripped wheel and turn it to minimise the chances of accidental opening while the camera is wet.The Fujifilm XP140 is a compact, tough model with a 16-megapixel BSI-CMOS sensor and 5x optical zoom.

It’s a solid performer, looks great and is well designed, though the screen could do with being brighter.and freezeproof to 10°C, the compact XP140 is the perfect accessory for capturing a variety of adventures. The good news is that the XP140 retains the 1080/50/60p and 720/50/60p and adds 24fps video at 1080 and 720 resolutions in addition to a new square video mode. On the Fujifilm Finepix XP140 we get a 5x optical zoom, controlled, instead of via the usual rocker switch, by alternating between a thumb press of buttons marked 'W' (wide-angle) and 'T' (telephoto). The real estate at the back of the FujifilmFinepix XP140 is meanwhile largely swallowed up by its 3-inch, 920K dot resolution LCD screen, which occupies two thirds of the left hand side in the absence of any optical or electronic viewfinder, the inclusion of which, to be honest, would always feel like unnecessary window dressing anyway on a camera of this size.

The XP140 is now capable of movie recording in 4K quality for the first time in its series’ history. 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.The XP140 specifications say that’s reduced to a maximum 6 frames at 10fps, however I managed an 8-frame burst which you can see above. And of course, offers a modest improvement on the previous generation model to justify its existence. Review of the Pentax DA* 60-250mm F/4 SDM, the constant-aperture telephoto zoom with the highest zoom-ratio on the market. 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.

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