FUJIFILM XP90: Entry-Level Camera with Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization
Fujifilm comes with an entry-level camera that looks great and brings in several exciting features. This point and shoot camera throws in a rugged layout and can be considered as one of the cheapest in its category. Here is how the specs sheet looks like in detail:
FUJIFILM XP90 boasts of a 16.4MP BSI-CMOS image sensor which measures 1/ 2.3-inches, in terms of dimensions. Apart from that, we get 5X optical zoom on this shooter with an equivalent focal range of 28-140mm. Other notable specs include multi metering mode, ISO range of 100-3200 which is expandable further up to 6400 and a 3-inch LCD screen.
This camera brings in built-in flashlight support in addition to several flash modes. Lastly, this device comes with an internal storage capacity of 96MB which is further expandable via SD, SDXC or SDHC digital cards.
This point and shooter camera weighs 203 grams.
Unique Selling Points:
Main highlights include Full HD video recording capability, sensor shift image stabilization and several AF modes including Face detection, live view and many more. One of the best features has to be the 2X digital zoom and the camera is expected to click noise-free snapshots even while zooming. Built-in self-timer is also in place followed by the mono microphone.
In terms of connectivity, Fujifilm offers several functional deals in USB 2.0 and Wireless compatibility.
FUJIFILM XP90 can now be purchased from a trusted online retail store and that too for a pretty nominal price point.