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Fuji Finepix Waterproof Camera





fuji finepix waterproof camera






    waterproof
  • Impervious to water

  • rainproof: not permitting the passage of water

  • any fabric impervious to water

  • make watertight; "Waterproof the coat"

  • Not liable to be washed away by water





    finepix
  • The Fujifilm FINEPIX products are a line of digital cameras produced by Fujifilm. They include compact point and shoot models, bridge digital cameras, and digital SLRs. Many use Fujifilm's proprietary Super CCD technology sensors.





    camera
  • A chamber or round building

  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)

  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam

  • A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.





    fuji
  • Toshiro Misawa, also known as Fuji, is a comic book superhero in the Stormwatch series, first appearing in Stormwatch #1. He has immense size and strength as well as the ability to control the density of his body granted by his containment suit.

  • shrubby Japanese cherry tree having pale pink blossoms

  • an extinct volcano in south central Honshu that is the highest peak in Japan; last erupted in 1707; famous for its symmetrical snow-capped peak; a sacred mountain and site for pilgrimages











fuji finepix waterproof camera - Fujifilm FinePix




Fujifilm FinePix XP30 14 MP Waterproof Digital Camera with Fujinon 5x Optical Zoom Lens and GPS Geo-Tagging Function (Black) 4GB SD HC Card Battery and More Accessory Saver Bundle


Fujifilm FinePix XP30 14 MP Waterproof Digital Camera with Fujinon 5x Optical Zoom Lens and GPS Geo-Tagging Function (Black) 4GB SD HC Card Battery and More Accessory Saver Bundle



This Kit Includes:
1- Fujifilm FinePix XP30 14 MP Waterproof Digital Camera (Black) Brand New USA w/ Supplied Manufacturer Accessories
1- 4GB SDHC Memory Card (Dont Miss a Memory!)
1- USB SDHC Memory Card Reader (Download Images Quicker!)
1- Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery (Not Original Fuji)(Shoot Longer and Stronger!)
1- Floating Waterproof Wrist Strap (Never Lose Your Camera in the Water!)
1- Zing Microfiber Cleaning Cloth Works great on delicate optics such as the camera's lens and viewfinder.
1- Padded Carrying Case w/Strap
1- Memory Card Wallet (Stay Organized!)
1- Pack of LCD Screen Protectors (Protect from Dust & Scratches!)
1- Lens/LCD Cleaning Kit
1- Mini Table Top Tripod
More about this camera:
The Fujifilm Finepix XP30 Digital Camera (Black) won't let you down--it's waterproof (to 16'/4.8 m), shockproof (for falls up to 5'/1.5 m), freezeproof (to 14°F/-10°C), and dustproof. With 14MP high resolution and a 5x wide-angle 28-140mm (equivalent in 35mm format) lens, the XP30 delivers great image quality every time.
720p HD video is on-board too, so you can hang out at the beach or jump into the water shooting high definition video all the way, without worrying about your camera. Image stabilization and sensitivity up to 3200 ISO means no more blurry photos, and the bright 2.7" LCD monitor makes it easy and fun to compose and review your pictures and videos.
Built-in GPS records the latitude, longitude and name of your location, so you'll know exactly where every picture was taken, plus, the GPS will display the distance from your present location to a place where a tagged photo was taken, so you can find your way back.
Lots of other features like Face Detection, Motion Panorama (easy in-camera assembling of 3 photos to produce an ultra wide-angle panoramic photo), tracking AF for fast-moving subjects, and 18 versatile scene...










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more star trails and a turning point in my photography




more star trails and a turning point in my photography





This one didn't quite turn out like I'd hoped. I went with 5-minute exposures, which I thought would brighten up the mountain a bit, but it just created a lot of noise. I can't figure out an easy way to get rid of those white specks all over the picture. The purple color on the sides is the sensor overheating.

What I do like about it is that I caught a couple of Perseids in there.

Doing night photography without the light of the full moon is tough with my cameras. On the K20D, I can't turn off noise reduction; it won't let me. So I use the K10D for star trails. That camera's ISO doesn't go any higher than 1600. If I use the K20D which goes up to 6400, I still can't go any higher than 1600 on the bulb setting. It won't let me do that, either. And if I only do the 30" it lets me on manual and use a higher ISO, there is too much noise. The noise on the Pentax is pretty awful above 800, and even that is pushing it. I don't even like to use 400 unless I absolutely have to. Anyone viewing my pictures online or even buying a print might not notice it because they don't know what to look for or even what it is, but *I* know it's there.

Another gripe I have about the Pentax is its slow auto focus. It's the worst in low light, but even in midday it's slow, especially compared to its Nikon and Canon counterparts.

The K10D has been good to me. I love Pentax's 72 waterproof seals-- they really do keep out the water and dust, which is important living in Oregon and shooting in the rain. I shoot in the rain A LOT. My cameras have also taken quite a beating. The wind blew down my tripod once, and one camera hit the ground, and the other rolled down a hill in a backpack. They're well built. I just wish Pentax would fix the auto focus and the noise issues. It's a good camera for the price. I paid $900 for the K10D. I'm not sure how long it had been out, but when I see the price tag for the 5D Mark II, I think $900 is a good price for a DSLR. :)

This brings me to a thought that I had-- when someone asks me what kind of camera they should get, I ask them what they know and what skills they have. I recommend going with something that's not too much for what you know, and then learning all you can about photography and getting to know your equipment well, what it can do, and practicing until your skills outgrow the camera. Then get a better one. I say that because once my dad got my stepmom a good camera, and she hardly ever used it. She said, "It's just too much camera for me." So she gave up and never learned how to navigate the buttons and menus.

I started out with a crappy point-and-shoot until I knew enough about photography to get really frustrated. Then I went to a Fuji FinePix S9100. It has SLR like qualities... the settings are more flexible, it shoots in RAW, and you can put filters on the lens. That worked well for me for a while, then I started getting frustrated with it in low light situations. (No more than 30 second exposures and no bulb setting.)

So once I knew enough about photography to necessitate a DSLR, I went for it. Now I'm a member of the working poor (or was, when I had a job, ha), so I can't afford things like DSLRs. But then one day I got this "economic stimulus" check from the government, and two days later a bonus at work. Great timing. So I got the Pentax K10D and the 50mm f/1.4. I slowly started gathering more equipment over time via putting things on credit and paying them off slowly, and tax returns. I've gathered a good amount of it-- enough that I'm disappointed that Pentax will never come out with full frame sensor, and probably won't fix their noise and auto focusing issues. I did some research and found out that the K-7 has the same issues... can't turn off noise reduction over 30 seconds, and the auto focus is slow. I don't give a rat's ass about HD video. I have no desire to ever shoot video.

My boyfriend bought the Canon 5D Mark II last year, so he gave me his K20D... that's how I acquired that one. That was really nice of him. Now I can do weddings with two cameras... one with the 100mm lens and one with the 18-50, and not have to change lenses constantly. Plus I have a backup, should one ever break during a really inopportune time, such as a wedding.

So I've decided that once I finish school and get a job, should I get a decent paying job, that I'm going to start saving up for a Canon.

I realized after trying and failing at night photography, that my skills have outgrown my cameras. It took 2.5 years, so I guess I've gotten good use out of these ones. I'll get a lot more, too, since I won't be able to afford better equipment for a very, very, VERY long time. Oh well. There'll be a full moon when I'm in Idaho next week. Maybe I'll get some good night shots then.











Rdy 2 Go-9x4




Rdy 2 Go-9x4





Rigged and ready. This 15-year-old warrior has a new bottom, soft cushions, a big locker, and leaks only when dry. What's not to love?

Pretty good exposure from the little waterproof point and shoot camera. Spruced up with Photomatix and THE GIMP.









fuji finepix waterproof camera







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