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Fujifilm FinePix XP10 Above 10 Megapixel

3.33/5 (3 Reviews)


  • Warranty1 Year
    Product ID95665654
    Depth0.9 in.
    Width3.8 in.
    Height2.5 in.
    Memory TypeBuilt-in • SD Card • SDHC Card
    Video InterfaceVideo Out
    UPC4547410118162
    Battery TypeNP-45A
    Weight0.3 lb.
    Optical Zoom5x
    Image Sensor TypeCCD
    Interchangeable LensNot Interchangeable Lenses
    Camera Resolution12.2 Megapixel
    Aperture Rangef4/f4.8 (w/t) - f6.7/f8 (w/t)
    ISO SpeedsAuto • 100 • 200 • 400 • 800 • 1600
    Interface TypeUSB 2.0
    Self Timer12 Sec.
    Video Resolutions320 x 240 • 640 x 480 (VGA) • 1280 x 720
    Flash TypeBuilt-In
    White BalanceAuto • Daylight / Sunny (Preset) • Fluorescent (Preset) • Incandescent (Preset)
    Video FormatAVI • Motion JPEG
    Family LineFuji FinePix
    Built-in Memory Size13 MB
    Resolution12.2 Megapixel
    Shutter Speed1/4 - 1/2000 sec
    Digital Zoom6.3x
    Compression ModesFine • Normal
    Built-in MicrophoneWith Built-in Microphone
    Video Speed30 fps
    Camera TypeCompact
    Focus TypeAutofocus
    Max Movie LengthWithout Limit (Depends on the camera free memory size)
    Compression TypeJPEG • EXIF 2.2 • DPOF 1.1
    35mm Zoom Lens36 - 180 mm
    Focal Length6.4 - 32 mm
    Image Resolutions640 x 480 • 2816 x 2112 • 2048 x 1536 • 1600 x 1200 • 1920 x 1080 • 4000 x 3000 • 4000 x 2248 • 3984 x 2656
    Tripod MountWith Tripod Mount
    Focus Range23.62 in. to Infinity (w) / 39.37 in. to Infinity (t)
    Flash FunctionsAuto Flash • Red-eye Reduction Flash • Slow Sync • Forced On
    Macro Focus Range3.5 - 31.2 in. (w) / 39.37 - 118.11 in. (t)
    LCD Screen Resolution230,000 pixels
    LCD Protected PositionWithout LCD Protected Position
    LCD ScreenWith LCD Screen
    LCD Screen Size2.7 in.

Product Description

The FinePix XP10 is the first in a new category of super-tough, 'Four-Proof' digital cameras - waterproof, freezeproof, shockproof and dustproof. Resulting from a redesign of Fujifilm's best-selling FinePix Z33WP, the FinePix XP10 is an ergonomically "life proof" camera housed in a metal uni-body chassis with a tactile grip finish. The FinePix XP10 sports a 12-megapixel CCD sensor, a 2.7-inch, high-contrast LCD for better viewing in bright sunlight and a high-precision, Fujinon 5x periscopic optical zoom lens with a reinforced protective lens barrier. The FinePix XP10 is only 21.7mm thin, and retains the chiselled design of a conventional compact camera.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Paramagic a Casual

Date Reviewed: November 30, 2010

Strengths:    Compact Design.
5x Zoom.
Picture Quality.
Good Video.
Good selection of programed Presets.


Weaknesses:    Viewscreen difficult to see in bright light or in the water.
Service and/or Repair.
Possible moisture seal issue.
Easy to block lens with finger when taking action shots.


Bottom Line:   
Received as a Father Day's Gift. The camera worked well for the summer. Picture quality was very good for a waterproof point and shoot. The view screen was difficult to see in bright sunlight making it difficult to take pictures. It also took some time to get use to the small control buttons.

Major problems developed when I took the camera to Mexico on a snorkeling trip last September. It was difficult to use the Viewscreen most of the time in the water. The camera worked well for the first couple of days. The camera never went more than 3 feet deep in the water. On the third day, I noticed that condensation started to show in the lens area. Later that day, the Viewscreen developed a white static border. The next day, the Camera became unresponsive.

The pictures from the first couple of days were very good, but many were off center because of the difficulty in seeing the Viewscreen.

Since returning, I have tried on several occasions to have the camera repaired. So far Fujifilm has not responded to any of my messages.

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Duration Product Used:   21+ years

Price Paid:    $199.00

Purchased At:   Wal-Mart

Similar Products Used:   Olympus Stylus Tough-6000.

Type of photography:   Outdoor


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by cameradude13 a Expert

Date Reviewed: September 28, 2010

Strengths:    Decent video and 8x10 enlargements look very good. Macro capability very good except for 3.5 inches should really be about 1-2 inches for true macro.

Weaknesses:    The only weak spot so far is the flash, not very good here. Not so decent sound recording mic muffles some noise

Bottom Line:   
I find the camera has a different design from most , that does not bother me. . Ease of use is very good, love the one touch video button. Like the 5x zoom. great closeups even though only 3.5 inches very capable camera with great features in a small tough package. Overall solid 4 of 5

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Duration Product Used:   21+ years

Price Paid:    $150.00

Purchased At:   military exchange

Similar Products Used:   Pentax WP90

Type of photography:   People


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Rich D a Intermediate

Date Reviewed: August 1, 2010

Strengths:    High quality pictures

Many different pre-programmed settings

5X optical zoom

Truly waterproof (tested up to 4 feet so far!)


Weaknesses:    Somewhat confusing settings menu

dim viewscreen in bright surroundings

battery life limited to ~ 165 shots (uses lithium batteries, and they have to be removed to charge) - plan on another $20+ for an extra battery (or two if you do all-day excursions). Haven't shot much video, but seems that eats battery life up very fast).


Bottom Line:   
Although this camera takes great pictures, and has a higher level of optical zoom than any other similarly-priced waterproof camera (5x), the viewscreen is almost impossible to see in bright surroundings, such as the beach and snorkeling on sunny days (forget viewing thru swim goggles!). The camera is smart enough to get clear shots of whatever you're pointed at, but it's just about impossible to be certain that you have your subject centered. Since the camera is advertised as an "adventure camera", I find that a significant drawback. I still have to try playing with the LCD brightness settings, but I'll have to change it inside & retry outside and keep adjusting to see if I can get it better. For now, I'm only taking off 1 star, in the hopes I can fix this. Pre-setting the viewscreen for the bright settings it's intended for (or adding an easily accessed indoor-outdoor toggle) would have been a big help.

Note that NO memory cards come with the camera, and the internal memory only holds 1 hi-res shot - so add $10 - $20 bucks to the price for a decent SD card.

A general comment is that the CD/online-only users manual for such a multi-capable device meant for outdoor use is an ongoing frustration I have with manufacturers - I'd gladly pay an extra buck for a bound pocket-sized manual, but printing the whole thing myself is not a very helpful solution as I 'd either have a pile of loose paper or a full-size binder to tote around. Please return to the days of print manuals!

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Duration Product Used:   21+ years

Price Paid:    $180.00

Purchased At:   Target

Similar Products Used:   Last 2 cameras have also been Fuji Finepix - always been happy with this brand.

Type of photography:   Outdoor



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