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Fujifilm’s Rugged XP170 Camera Goes Wireless

If you’re a thrillseeker, or simply love spending time in the great outdoors, Fujifilm has a camera that will let you instantly share your adventures with family and friends.

The Fujifilm FinePix XP170 is the newest member of the company’s line of rugged digital cameras, and what’s notable about this model is the inclusion of Wi-Fi.

With this new capability, the camera can wirelessly send photos to your iPhone, iPad or Android device with the touch of a button — no need to hassle with cables.

And once your photos and videos are on your smartphone or tablet, you can then use the free Fujifilm Photo Receiver app to upload them to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social networking Web sites.

The 14-megapixel camera also offers such features as 360-degree panorama mode, face detection, 1080p HD video and a 2.7-inch LCD screen. Designed to withstand a bit of rough and tumble, the FinePix XP170 is waterproof up to 33 feet and shockproof up to 6.5 feet. It’s also rustproof, and can handle cold temperatures down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Fujifilm FinePix XP170 will be available in June, in either blue or orange, for $279.95.


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