For outdoor thrill-seekers or anyone looking to head to the hills as 2017 unfolds, Fuji’s newest durable compact may be the ideal snap shooter for documenting your outdoor adventures.
The new XP120 is waterproof to a depth of 65 feet and can survive falls from 5.7 feet. It’s equipped with a 16-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, a 3-inch display and a fixed 5x optical zoom lens (28mm-140mm, 35mm equivalent) with optical image stabilization.
New for Fuji cameras is a Cinemagraph mode that creates still images with moving elements.
Additional features of the XP120 include:
* 10 fps burst mode
* full HD/60p video recording
* time-lapse mode
* underwater and underwater macro shooting modes
* interval timer shooter
The XP120 will ship in February for $230.
Fuji is also releasing special editions of its X-Pro2 and X-T2 (pictured in the gallery above). These Graphite Editions have a metallic textured exterior but are otherwise identical to the original editions.
The Graphite Edition X-Pro2 will include the XF23mmFS R WR lens and will set you back $2,300. It’s available later this month.
The Graphite Silver Edition of the X-T2 comes this month for $1,800.