The Second in a Series of Fujifilm Blogs: Leslie’s Camping Trip


After the craziness of camping last year with twin two year-olds, I was a little nervous about what a weekend in the great outdoors would be like with twin three year-olds. Sure they’re more independent, but they are also more stubborn. Once again, our family took a collective deep breath and headed back into the woods for another adventure. Fortunately, we had a beautiful setting to enjoy.
A perfect seting

The Fujifilm XP20 makes taking panoramic shots really easy. All you have to do is set up the first shot and it takes care of the rest.

Even with such a beautiful setting, no trip would be complete without a swim in the lake.

Maddie swimming

A popsicle.

A yummy popsicle

And a campfire.

Sharing stories around the campfire

We used the video feature on the Fujifilm XP20 quite a bit—just one click and you’re recording. With no set-up, it’s easier to start shooting HD video whenever the moment arises.

Since it’s water-proof, dust-proof, and shock-proof, it was a great option for us to use while outdoors. The small size makes it easy to throw into your bag whether you are heading out for a daytrip, or planning a longer family vacation. You won’t miss a minute of fun.

Want your very own Fujifilm XP20 camera? Enter our Capture Your Memories with Fujifilm contest for your chance to win one of two family-friendly digital cameras.

Wondering how you can improve your picture-taking skills? We asked the Fuji Guys for some tips on the best way to take pictures of kids on the move, get creative with composition and best capture the moment. Capture your memories with these tips from the Fuji Guys.

Note: No children, spouses or significant others were embarassed (that much) in the production of this blog post, sponsored by Fujifilm.



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