Fujifilm XP140 Review

The Fujifilm XP140 is a durable, lightweight action camera that has lots of useful features. It’s not falsehood. Pretending to be a camera could put off the most marginal of customers.

Fujifilm XP140: Price

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Fujifilm XP140: Performance

The maximum battery life is 250 pictures in high resolution. The battery used should be good for regular use but should require charging if everyday usage becomes excessive. The Fujifilm Finepix XP140 contains a 16.4MP CCD camera, a 5x optical zoom, and a max shutter speed of 1/200 second. The camera is also adequate for daily use. You can never go wrong when you buy a GoPro, particularly if you get the GoPro Hero 7.

Fujifilm XP140: Design

The Finepix Digital Camera operates with a 90MB internal memory card and the ability to use an SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card. There is a dive rating of 25 meters, which is outstanding. Even though it is only measured at 30 metres, there are better cameras out there that are less costly.

Fujifilm XP140: In-Depth Specifications

General
Model Number:XP140
Alternate Model Number(s): 
Camera Format:Ultra Compact
Currently Manufactured:Yes
Retail Price:$229.95
Street Price:$176.00
Date Available:2019-03-30
Tripod Mount:Yes
Weight:7.3 oz (207 g)
includes batteries
Size:4.3 x 2.8 x 1.1 in.
(110 x 71 x 28 mm)
Waterproof:Yes
Waterproof Depth:82.00 feet (25 meters)
Image Sensor
Sensor Type:CMOS
Sensor Manufacturer:Fujifilm
Effective Megapixels:16.4
Sensor Format:1/2.3 inch
Sensor size:28.0735mm2 (6.17mm x 4.55mm)
Approximate Pixel Pitch:1.34 microns
Focal Length Multiplier:n/a
Aspect Ratio:4:3
Color Filter Type:RGBG
Anti Aliasing Filter:None
Self-Cleaning:No
Sensor shift image stabilization:Yes
On-Sensor Phase Detect:No
DxO Sensor Score: 
DxO Color Depth Score (bits): 
DxO Dynamic Range Score (evs): 
DxO Maximum Effective ISO Score (iso): 
Image Capture
Image Resolution:4608 x 3456 (15.9 MP, 4:3),
4608 x 3072 (14.2 MP, 3:2),
4608 x 2592 (11.9 MP, 16:9),
3456 x 3456 (11.9 MP, 1:1),
3264 x 2448 (8.0 MP, 4:3),
3264 x 2176 (7.1 MP, 3:2),
3264 x 1840 (6.0 MP, Other),
2432 x 2432 (5.9 MP, 1:1),
2048 x 1536 (3.1 MP, 4:3),
2304 x 1536 (3.5 MP, 3:2),
1920 x 1080 (2.1 MP, 16:9),
1728 x 1728 (3.0 MP, 1:1),
11520 x 1088 (12.5 MP, Other),
5760 x 1088 (6.3 MP, Other),
3840 x 1088 (4.2 MP, Other),
1632 x 11520 (18.8 MP, Other),
1632 x 5760 (9.4 MP, Other),
1632 x 3840 (6.3 MP, Other)
Image File Format:JPEG
Continuous-mode frames/second:10.0
Video Capture
Can take movies:Yes
Movie Resolution:3840×2160 (15p)
1920×1080 (60p/​50p/​24p/​23.98p)
1280×720 (60p/​50p/​24p/​23.98p)
720×720 (60p/​50p/​24p/​23.98p)
1280×720 (100p)
Movie File Format:MOV (Image data: H.264, Audio data: Linear PCM (Monaural))
Composite Video Out:No
NTSC/PAL Switchable Video:n/a
Video Usable as Viewfinder:n/a
HD Video Out:Yes
HD Video Connection:HDMI
Lens & Optics
Lens Mount:n/a
Lens:Fujinon Zoom, 13 elements in 11 groups
Focal Length (35mm equivalent):28 – 140mm
Focal Length (actual):5 – 25mm
Zoom Ratio:5.00x
Aperture Range:f/3.9 or f/6.2 (Wide) f/4.9 or f/8 (Tele) with ND filter
Integrated ND Filter:
Normal Focus Range:9 cm to Infinity
3.5 in to Infinity
Macro Focus Range: 
Filter Thread:n/a
Thread Type:n/a
Optical Image Stabilization:No
Digital Zoom:Yes
Digital Zoom Values:Up to 2x with Intelligent Digital Zoom
Auto Focus
Auto Focus:Yes
Auto Focus Type:Contrast Detection: Center, Multi, Tracking with “Main Subject RecognitionÈ; Includes Eye Detection AF
Auto Focus Assist Light?Yes
Manual Focus:No
Viewfinder
Viewfinder:No / LCD
Viewfinder Type: 
Focus Peaking:No
EVF Resolution:n/a
Viewfinder Magnification (35mm equivalent): 
Viewfinder Magnification (nominal/claimed): 
Display
Eye-level Viewfinder:No
Rear Display:Yes
Rear Display Size (inches):3.0
Rear Display Resolution:921,600 dots (307,200 px)
Touchscreen:No
Articulating Screen:No
Tilt Swivel Screen:No
Selfie Screen:No
Max Playback Zoom: 
Top Deck Display:No
Exposure
Maximum ISO (native):12800
Minimum ISO (native):100
ISO Settings:Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800
Auto ISO Mode:Yes
White Balance Settings:Auto, Daylight, Shade, Fluorescent light, Incandescent, Underwater
Shutter Speed Range:1/2000 – 4 sec
Bulb Mode:No
Exposure Compensation:+/- 2.0EV in 0.3EV steps
Metering Modes:TTL 256-zone metering
Program Auto Exposure:Yes
Aperture Priority:No
Shutter Priority:No
Full Manual Exposure:No
Creative Exposure Modes:Multiple Exposure, Portrait, Portrait Enhancer, Landscape, Advanced Filter, Panorama, Sport, Night, Night (Tripod), Fireworks, Sunset, Snow, Beach, Underwater, Party, Flower, Text, CALS; Advanced Filter for still image: Toy camera / Miniature/ Pop color / High-key / Low-key / Dynamic tone / Soft Focus/ Cross Screen/ Fish-eye / Partial color / Sketch / Rich & Fine / Monochrome (NIR), Advanced filter for movie: Toy camera / Pop color / High-key / Low-key / Fish-eye / Partial color; Motion Panorama 360
Self Timer: 
Time Lapse (intervalometer):Yes
High Resolution Composite:No
Flash
Built-in Flash:Yes
Flash Modes:Auto, Red-eye Reduction,Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro, Red-eye Reduction & Slow Synchro
Flash Guide Number (ISO 100):n/a
Flash Range Description:Auto ISO: 0.3 – 4.4m (Wide), 1.0 – 3.8m (Tele)
Max Flash Sync: 
Flash Exposure Compensation: 
External Flash Connection:n/a
Built-In Wireless Flash Control:No
Image Storage
Usable Memory Types:SD / SDHC / SDXC
UHS Support:No UHS support
Other Memory: 
Dual Card Slots:No
RAW Capture Support:No
Uncompressed Format: 
Movie File Format:MOV (Image data: H.264, Audio data: Linear PCM (Monaural))
Included Memory:90.0 MB
Included Memory Type:Internal
Connectivity
Built-In Wi-Fi:Yes
NFC:No
Bluetooth:Yes
Built-In GPS:No
Microphone Jack:No
Headphone Jack:No
External Connections:USB 2.0 High Speed,Bluetooth,WiFi
PictBridge Compliant:No
DPOF Compliant:Yes
Remote Control:Yes
Remote Control Type:Via Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
Connections (extended):Micro USB 2.0 High-speed, Micro (Type D) HDMI
Performance Timing
Cycle time for JPEG shooting in single shot mode (seconds per frame, max resolution): 
Cycle time for RAW shooting in single shot mode (seconds per frame): 
Buffer size for RAW shooting in single shot mode (frames): 
Cycle time for RAW+JPEG shooting in single shot mode (seconds per shot): 
Camera penalizes early shutter press?
JPEG shooting speed in burst mode (fps, max resolution):10.0
Buffer size for JPEG shooting in burst mode (frames, max resolution):6
RAW shooting speed in burst mode (fps): 
Buffer size for RAW shooting in burst mode (frames): 
RAW+JPEG shooting speed in burst mode (fps): 
Buffer Size for RAW+JPEG shooting in burst mode (frames): 
Shutter lag (full AF, wide/mid): 
Shutter lag (full AF, tele): 
Shutter lag (full AF, live view – DSLR): 
Shutter lag (prefocused, live view – DSLR): 
Shutter Lag (manual focus): 
Shutter lag (full AF, with flash): 
Shutter Lag (prefocused): 
Shutter Lag (notes): 
Startup Time: 
Play -> Record Time: 
Flash cycle time, full power: 
Power
Battery Life, Stills (CIPA Rating Monitor/Live View):240 shots
Battery Life, Still (CIPA Rating OVF/EVF): 
Battery Life, Video: 
Battery Form Factor:Proprietary NP-45S
Usable Battery Types:Lithium-ion rechargeable
Batteries Included:1 x Proprietary NP-45S Lithium-ion rechargeable
Battery Charger Included (dedicated charger or AC/USB adapter):Yes
Dedicated Battery Charger Included:No
Internal Charging Supported:Yes
Software
Included Software: 
OS Compatibility: 

Fujifilm XP140: Pros

  • Improved image quality over past versions in the XP line
  • Nice compact body
  • Single door with a smart easy to use locking system
  • Nearly fully automatic
  • Improved menu system
  • Customizable buttons

Fujifilm XP140: Cons

  • Pictures not as good as more expensive options
  • Build quality issues lead to failures from flooding for some people
  • Colors in deeper water not great
  • Slow lens, which means blurry fish in lower light.

Fujifilm XP140: Conclusions

The Fujifilm XP 140, instead of seeking to dominate its rivals, including Nokia and GoPro, is putting forward things that the company knows it will succeed in. It is disappointing that 4K footage is only filmed at 15fps, but its superb picture quality makes up for this. The cell phone battery has a backlit sensor, but it is regular. It’s not a hardcore action, but for a newbie or family trip to the beach, it can work.

REVIEW OVERVIEW
Features
Image Quality
ISO Performance
Viewfinder
Performance
Video mode
Connectivity
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