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Fujifilm FinePix XP150 Digital Camera Review

This waterproof, shockproof, GPS-equipped tough-cam is a crummy point-and-shoot in expensive clothing. Skip it.

$279.95
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Introduction

A long time ago, in the year 2009, any ol' waterproof camera was OK, as long as it was actually waterproof. In modern times, tough-cams actually need to take decent pictures.

The Fujifilm FinePix XP150 takes us on a trip down memory lane. It's a cheap junker of a camera in a durable shell. Read on if you must, but the short version is that the XP150 is a big loser.

The XP150 is available now in black, blue, orange, silver, and green for an MSRP of $279. Two variations are available, including the non-GPS XP100 available now for an MSRP of $249, and the WiFi-enabled, non-GPS XP170 available soon at an MSRP of $279.

Check out our 7-camera waterproof shootout to see how the year's best tough-cams compare.

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Comparable Products

Before you buy the Fujifilm FinePix XP150, take a look at these other point & shoot cameras.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Product Tour
  4. Hardware
  5. Durability
  6. Photo Gallery
  7. Image Quality
  8. Sharpness
  9. Color
  10. Noise Reduction
  11. Dynamic Range
  12. Low Light
  13. Distortion
  14. Video
  15. Usability
  16. Ease of Use
  17. Handling
  18. Controls
  19. Speed
  20. Features
  21. Extras
  22. Video Features
  23. Specs & Ratings

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