Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Compact Digital Camera, Graphite
About this deal
As you can see, the action at this low frame rate is far from smooth so if you plan to shoot moving subjects, and with video that’s pretty much a given, you’ll get much better results with one of the 1080p modes.
With a backlit sensor on board, we even found the camera coped rather better than expected in low light or at night, despite the distinctly average f/3. The Panasonic Lumix FT7 is a new flagship tough camera that is waterproof down to a depth of 31 meters / 102 feet. The 16 megapixel TG-870 also offers a 180-degree tilting LCD screen, built-in LED light, 1080p HD movies, a 5x zoom lens (21-105mm), and a Live Composite shooting mode.
Launched at the beginning of 2019, the XP140 is Fujifilm’s regular annual update to its XP waterproof model, the XP130 was released a year earlier and the XP120 in early 2017. The real estate at the back of the FujifilmFinepix XP140 is meanwhile largely swallowed up by its 3-inch, 920K dot resolution LCD screen, which occupies two thirds of the left hand side in the absence of any optical or electronic viewfinder, the inclusion of which, to be honest, would always feel like unnecessary window dressing anyway on a camera of this size. Should the user want to shoot continuous bursts, the options here are at 3fps, 5fps or top tier 10fps. That all said, you might want to consider the XP130 for an even bigger bargain (it only really lacks 4K video and scene recognition) or a more advanced camera like the Olympus TG-6 if you need manual control, Raw shooting, macro shots and usable 4K footage.
More usefully it has 1080 and 720 modes at 50 and 24fps as well as unusual square modes at 1080×1080 and 720×720. Duologi is a trading name of Specialist Lending Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (register number 774712 ). Unsurprisingly, should we opt for the ISO12800 equivalent top setting on this camera, it will come as no surprise to discover the results look more like an impressionist painting by Monet than a detailed digital shot, and that you'll want to stick to ISO800 if you do want to avoid the visible effects of image degradation. It probably won’t outdo your smartphone in some situations, and if you don’t need 4K video then it’s worth checking out the even more affordable Fujifilm XP130, but it makes a great stand-in for those times when you don’t want to risk your phone. As noted earlier, its manufacturer claims the grip – as subtle as it is – on the Fuji XP140 has been 'improved' over its predecessor.The latest camera in the XP series features a new processor, updated design and an improved durability while maintaining a compact and lightweight body with a variety of automatic shooting functions.