Ability to shoot Raw as well as JPEG
Waterproof to 15 metres, High speed shooting at 60fps
Above average image noise for a mirrorless
Sharp lens, Good high ISO performance
Multiple picture effects and color modes
Pretty good camera to use on a day to day basis
Excellent rear LCD
Built like a tank for active outdoors use
Excellent image quality
Decent image quality at low ISO levels
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
Family-friendly waterproof and shockproof point-and-shoot
Good value for money
Family-friendly waterproof camera
Affordable rugged compact
Not as rugged as competitors.
Freezeproof and shockproof
Screen easy to see underwater
Image Stabilisation, 3D Photo Mode
'Can withstand drops up to 6.6 feet.'
'built-in GPS antenna'
'Focusing speed is fast in bright, outdoor environments.'
'With a stylish design, the camera is shockproof to 1.5m, waterproof to 5m, freezeproof to -10c and dustproof. '
'freezeproof, dustproof and shockproof digital compact camera'
'It's great for low light performance and is capable of 10 fps burst shooting (for fast action shots) as well as full 1080 (60i) HD video.'
'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.'