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FUJIFILM FinePix XP130 Digital Camera (Blue)

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FUJIFILM FinePix XP130 Digital Camera (Blue)
Key Features
  • 16.4MP BSI CMOS Sensor
  • Fujinon 5x Optical Zoom Lens
  • 28-140mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Water, Shock, Freeze, and Dustproof
Distinguished by its durability, the blue Fujifilm FinePix XP130 is a rugged compact camera featuring a well-connected interface and versatile imaging capabilities. Revolving around a 16.4MP CMOS sensor, this camera can record high-resolution stills at up to 10 fps and Full HD 1080p video, and the sensor's back-illuminated design maintains smooth, low noise image quality when working in difficult lighting conditions. Complementing the imaging assets is a Fujinon 5x optical zoom lens that covers a 28-140mm equivalent focal length range for working in a variety of scenarios, and optical image stabilization minimizes the appearance of camera shake for sharper handheld shooting. As a waterproof, shockproof, freeze-proof, and dust-sealed camera, it is well-suited for nearly any adventure, ranging from snorkeling trips to mountain ascensions, or even just for day-trips to the pool.
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FUJIFILM XP130 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Tough and Rugged Design
  • 316.4MP CMOS Sensor
  • 4Fujinon 5x Optical Zoom Lens
  • 5Built-In Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • 6Other Camera Features

Distinguished by its durability, the blue Fujifilm FinePix XP130 is a rugged compact camera featuring a well-connected interface and versatile imaging capabilities. Revolving around a 16.4MP CMOS sensor, this camera can record high-resolution stills at up to 10 fps and Full HD 1080p video, and the sensor's back-illuminated design maintains smooth, low noise image quality when working in difficult lighting conditions. Complementing the imaging assets is a Fujinon 5x optical zoom lens that covers a 28-140mm equivalent focal length range for working in a variety of scenarios, and optical image stabilization minimizes the appearance of camera shake for sharper handheld shooting. As a waterproof, shockproof, freeze-proof, and dust-sealed camera, it is well-suited for nearly any adventure, ranging from snorkeling trips to mountain ascensions, or even just for day-trips to the pool.

Complementing the imaging attributes, the XP130 is also a well-connected camera with the addition of Bluetooth LE for fast and automatic wireless image transferring between the camera a mobile device. This connectivity, along with Wi-Fi, too, also permits geotagging imagery and syncing time and date using information from your connected smartphone or tablet. Rounding out the XP130's feature-set is an intuitive physical design that incorporates a 3.0" 920k-dot LCD monitor for clear viewing and image review, and all of the essential camera controls have been placed on the right side of the camera body for intuitive one-handed control.

Tough and Rugged Design
The XP130 is characterized by its durable, weather-proof design to enables its use in harsh conditions:
  • Waterproof to 65.6' / 20m
  • Shockproof from 5.8' / 1.8m
  • Freeze-proof to 14°F / -10°C
  • Dustproof
16.4MP CMOS Sensor
Featuring a 16.4MP CMOS sensor, the XP130 can produce high-resolution still images and Full HD 1080p videos at 60 fps, and the sensor's back-illuminated design maintains a smooth image quality with low noise when working in low-light conditions.
Fujinon 5x Optical Zoom Lens
The built-in Fujinon zoom lens covers a wide-angle to telephoto 28-140mm equivalent focal length range to suit working in a broad array of shooting conditions. This 5x optical zoom can be effectively doubled, to 10x, using Intelligent Digital Zoom, and optical image stabilization balances this reach by minimizing the appearance of camera shake for sharper handheld shooting.
Built-In Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Connectivity
Built-in Bluetooth LE (low energy) allows you to automatically and quickly transfer your imagery directly to a smartphone or tablet for sharing. This connectivity affords easy pairing between devices and can also be used for geotagging your imagery by embedding your device's time and location data within each file. Additionally, Wi-Fi can also be used for image transferring and enables remote shooting and camera control from your linked mobile device via the Fujifilm Camera Remote app.
Other Camera Features
  • The rear 3.0" 920k-dot LCD monitor features an anti-reflective coating to enhance visibility when working in bright conditions.
  • The sleek body design places all the rear controls on the right side for easier one-handed operation.
  • A double-lock mechanism ensures security to the camera when working in trying conditions.
  • Double Exposure mode lets you combine two separate exposures into a single image to produce a unique, artistic effect.
  • An Electronic Level can be used to check and ensure the horizons in your images remain perfectly level.
  • Unique Cinemagraph mode produces still imagery with select moving elements.
  • Dedicated Underwater and Underwater Macro modes help to maintain a realistic color balance when shooting underwater.
  • Interval Timer shooting permits taking successive photos at predetermined intervals for creating time-lapse imagery.
  • Time-Lapse Movie feature will automatically turn interval timer image sequences into a movie clip showing the passing of time. The movie speed can be altered by selecting the video frame rate from 10, 30, and 60 fps, with multiple video sizes including Full-HD.
  • A Wind Filter setting helps to reduce the noise caused by wind when recording video outdoors.
  • Scene Recognition Mode optimizes the exposure settings based on recognized scene types.
  • Motion Panorama 360 allows you to record expansive views up to 360° wide in a seamless, sweeping manner.
  • Eleven different creative filters are available for still photos, and seven for video, for applying unique effects to your imagery in-camera.

FUJIFILM XP130 Specs

Imaging
Sensor Resolution
Actual: 16.76 Megapixel
Effective: 16.4 Megapixel (4608 x 3456)
Lens
Focal Length
5 to 25mm (35mm Equivalent: 28 to 140mm)
Optical Zoom
5x
Digital Zoom
2x Optimized (10x Combined Zoom)
Maximum Aperture
f/3.9 to 4.9
Minimum Aperture
f/6.2 to 8
Focus Range
Normal
1.97' to Infinity / 60 cm to Infinity (Wide)
3.28' to Infinity / 1 m to Infinity (Telephoto)
Macro
3.54" to 6.56' / 9 cm to 2 m (Wide)
3.28' to 9.84' / 1 m to 3 m (Telephoto)
Optical Design
13 Elements in 11 Groups
Exposure Control
Shutter Speed
1/2000 to 4 Seconds
1/2000 to 4 Seconds in Auto Mode
Exposure Modes
Auto
Exposure Compensation
-2 to +2 EV (1/3 EV Steps)
Continuous Shooting
Up to 10 fps at 16.4 MP for up to 10 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 10 fps at 3.1 MP for up to 20 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 3 fps at 3.1 MP for up to 40 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 60 fps at 2.1 MP for up to 70 Frames (JPEG)
Interval Recording
Yes
Self-Timer
2/10-Second Delay
Special Options
Beach, Handheld Night, Landscape, Party/Indoor, Portrait, Snow, Sports, Sunset
Aspect Ratio
1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9
Image File Format
JPEG
Broadcast Output
NTSC
Interface
Media/Memory Card Slot
Single Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC
Internal Memory
96 MB
Resolution
920,000 Dot
Display Type
Fixed LCD
Flash
Built-In Flash/Light
Yes, Flash Only
External Flash Connection
No
Environmental
Shockproof
5.8' / 1.8 m
Battery Type
1x NP-45S Rechargeable Lithium-Ion, 3.7 VDC, 740 mAh
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.99 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.75 x 5.6 x 2.1"

FUJIFILM XP130 Reviews

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What causes the audible noise coming from the ...

What causes the audible noise coming from the camera in shooting mode? Sounds like white noise. It goes away in Review mode. This relates to the Fujifilm XP130.
Asked by: K
My experience is the same: a kind of white-noise whirring sound anytime you're in "taking" mode. It disappears when you enter Review mode. I tried many variations of settings, but none takes away the noise. I returned the XP130 to Fuji under warranty and complained about the noise, as well as very brief battery-charge life. The camera was returned 3 weeks later with no cover letter or response, no indication of parts replaced or adjustments made. I was ignored. When I called the CS line in NJ, the responder said he could not hear the noise. I can't prove it, but I think whatever the source of the noise, it contributes to the short battery life. If you find out the cause, please let the rest of us know---and if you fixed it.
Answered by: K
Date published: 2020-04-12

Does the XP 130 come with a charger?

Does the XP 130 come with a charger?
Asked by: Gary
Yes,The Fujifilm XP130 does come with an "AC-SVF AC Power Adapter" to plug the camera in to charge the battery.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2020-03-30

Can the XP130 take photos and videos while ...

Can the XP130 take photos and videos while recharging over USB?
Asked by: Nicole
Unfortunately, the camera cannot be used while charging via USB.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-03-05

Can I use a Lexar memory card (such as this one: ...

Can I use a Lexar memory card (such as this one: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1191363-REG/lexar_lsd128crbna2000r_pro_2000x_uhs_2.html?ap=y&gclid=CjwKCAjw0oveBRAmEiwAzf6_rGKi7ss5iuuF5RT2HskWkLbQQqgJ_FmykGJOzI75iJjPlwc3BNDNmxoCTLIQAvD_BwE&smp=y)?
Asked by: A Nony
That card is too robust for use in the Fuji XP130, I would recommend the Sandisk 128gb card; https://bhpho.to/2OulWWG
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2019-07-30

Dos it come with the battery.?

Dos it come with the battery.?
Asked by: Franklin
Yes, one battery. It's tiny and doesn't last long, so consider getting a couple of extra batteries and a charger that will work in both house and car. I'd also recommend NP-45S batteries with higher milliamp-hour ratings than that Fuji supplies. The voltage is still 3.7v. Fuji supplies 700mAh; I'm using 1200 mAh. Finally, using an external charger is more convenient than opening the camera and connecting it to power.
Answered by: K
Date published: 2019-12-16

What is the maximum size memory card this camera ...

What is the maximum size memory card this camera will take? 16GB? 32GB? or larger?
Asked by: Carol
I'm using a 64GB SanDisk. From the beginning, no problems.
Answered by: K
Date published: 2019-06-28

What is the difference (other than price!) ...

What is the difference (other than price!) between the XP 120 and XP 130? The on-line compare seems to show them as identical.
Asked by: Charles
I would like the answer to this as well. The only difference I can see is that the 130 has bluetooth.
Answered by: sarah
Date published: 2019-07-14
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