It is true that not all mobile phones on the market are suitable to be used in extreme conditions. That is why there is still room for small compact cameras that can be taken anywhere and are successful. In that category is Fujifilm's XP line. And now a new member is added: Fujifilm XP130.
This small compact, with vivid colors (you will have up to 5 shades to choose from) and robust appearance, is focused for the adventurous user. The new one Fujifilm XP130 is able to withstand the following conditions: falls up to heights of 1,75 meters; you can submerge them to a depth of 20 meters; its body is dust-proof and can withstand extreme temperatures down to minus 10 degrees.
On the other hand, the Fujifilm XP130 has a Back-illuminated CMOS sensor with a resolution of 16,4 megapixels, with optical image stabilizer (will help reduce blurry shots), as well as automatic scene recognition (adapts to each scenario to achieve the best result).
Meanwhile, in the video recording part, the Fujifilm XP130 can with video clips in Full HD resolution at 60 fps. What's more, to make it more comfortable to use, the camera has a dedicated button that automatically prepares to record videos when pressed.
In the back we will have a 3-inch LCD screen with 920.000 dots of resolution and its brightness is automatically adjusted at all times. On the other hand, this all-terrain camera has bluetooth connection that will allow you to print your captures without having to go through a computer or control it through a compatible mobile.
Meanwhile, you will also have HDMI connection to connect to an external display, as well as its battery has an autonomy of up to 240 shots on a single charge. This Fujifilm XP130 will go on sale throughout the month of March and its price will be around 220 euros.