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Fujifilm FinePix XP 90 Perfect for Diving and Rough Terrain

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A few days ago, Fujifilm announced a series of digital cameras among which is included Fujifilm FinePix XP 90.

Although there are still many reasons why you may be tempted to invest in a camera with interchangeable lenses, such as a DSLR or mirrorless, compact cameras sales has decreased greatly. However, with the help of the new Fujifilm FinePix XP90, the Japanese company hopes to convince you not to take pictures with your phone on holidays. Given the functionality and endurance of the device, they could actually succeed.

Diving enthusiasts or those who simply are not able to take care of a gadget can easily go for the new compact digital camera Fujifilm FinePix XP90. Pictured above, it is obvious from the first glance that it will successfully cope with several shocks and bumps. More important than first impressions are accurate values ​​that define this capability. Basically, the new FinePix Xp90 camera can easily withstand diving up to 15 meters; it will survive without problems a fall from a height of 1.75 meters and works just as well in extreme temperatures as low as -10 degrees.

In terms of shooting capabilities this model available in a huge variety of colors, the Fujifilm FinePix XP90 is built around a sensor type 1 / 2.3 inch CMOS 16.4 megapixels. It has a 5x optical zoom and the frames captured are wide, equivalent to 28mm lens. To preview you have a 3-inch LCD protected with anti-reflection coating. In addition, it comes with wireless connectivity, you can take advantage of it if you want to download photos wirelessly or you can use your phone to trigger photo / video content capture. Otherwise, optical stabilization is filming Full HD at 60 frames per second slow-motion or up to 480 frames per second. For those who live filters, there will be 11 options to choose.

Available in February this year, Fujifilm FinePix XP90 will be priced at 230 dollars.