Maximum aperture is too slow
Full 1080p HD movie recording and underwater movie mode
Full HD video mode and HDMI slot included
Easy-to-use rugged point-and-shoot
Tough outer shell and cosseted interior
Fair enough, it's adequate and mostly does the job
Solid build, Good image quality
Plenty of fun shooting options
Poor image quality
Excellent color accuracy
Waterproof, with a touch-screen
Not as rugged as competitors
Poor resolution of detail
Disappointingly poor image quality
Slim and lightweight and inexpensive
'optical is generally considered more favorable by most photographers.'
'Shots taken with the TL225 are sharp at the center of the frame, averaging 2116 lines per picture height.'
'crisp, bright, beautiful 3.5-inch LCD screen'
'Poor battery life.'
'Consumers can drop them, soak them, freeze them, and even cover them in dirt and mud, and these cameras will come out unscathed. '
'An increasing number of compact cameras feature GPS tagging, but only the FinePix XP30 features this type of functionality in a rugged, outdoor model.'
'Mediocre image quality.'
'Video quality is very poor, despite being at 720p.'
'rugged shockproof, waterproof, and dustproof digital camera'
'manufacturer's first rugged, waterproof digital camera'
'Panasonic’s new Lumix DMC-TS1 rugged camera'
'near-perfect rugged camera'
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