The black Fujifilm FinePix XP200 Digital Camera is a compact, rugged camera featuring a 16.4 megapixel 1/2.3" CMOS sensor and a waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, and dustproof construction for recording both high quality still imagery and full HD 1080i video in a wide variety of conditions. A 5x optical zoom lens provides a wide range of focal lengths to suit most shooting situations and sensor-shift-type image stabilization helps to reduce the appearance of camera shake while working with longer zoom magnifications or in low-lit conditions. A bright 3.0" 920k-dot LCD monitor is available for live view monitoring as well as playback and review of both still and moving images.
Amongst other features and modes available for the XP200, SR AUTO (Automatic Scene Recognition) can automatically determine the scene type you are working in and choose from one of 14 pre-determined sets of exposure profiles to optimize your results. Seven different Advanced Filters are also available to further enhance the look and feel of your photographs. Additionally, the XP200 features built-in wireless connectivity to enable direct transferring of images between the camera and iOS or Android devices for instant sharing online. The wireless ability also provides the option to automatically backup imagery to your home PC via the included software.
To better render a clear, sharp image, sensor-shift-type image stabilization is also available to reduce the appearance of camera shake that can often occur under low-lit conditions or when working with longer focal lengths.
The sensor also lends itself to producing full HD videos up to 1920 x 1080i at 60fps by way of a dedicated movie recording button. High speed movie recording is also possible up to 360fps for greater motion detail and slow motion playback. Several movie editing functions are available in-camera, including movie trimming to cut unwanted footage and movie joining to combine separate clips into a single movie. Noise cancellation and scene recognition modes are also available during movie recording to further enhance the quality of videos.