Fujifilm has released FinePix XP120, a waterproof camera that boasts 16.4MP BSI CMOS sensor and 5x zoom lens. Want to learn more features? Let’s continue checking.
The FinePix XP120 is the successor to FinePix XP90 waterproof compact camera released in January last year. As we can see from the images, the new digital camera follows the same compact design as its predecessor. The streamlined front panel and bright color scheme not only bring more vivid design elegant into traditional camera design, but also delivers a comfortable grip for any shooting or recording session.
Performance and features
The compact camera comes with a 16.4MP CMOS sensor that delivers high-resolution photos and full HD 1080o video recording at 60 fps. Meanwhile, back-illuminated design ensures smooth and low-noise imaging in low-light conditions.
Furthermore, FinePix XP120 has an integrated Fujinon 5x optical zoom lens that covers a wide-angle to telephoto 28-140mm equivalent focal length range that makes it competent to various shooting conditions, and optical image stabilization minimizes the appearance of camera shake for sharper handheld shooting.
Additionally, FinePix XP120 is waterproof to 20 meters so you can take it under water for awesome underwater shots. Using built-in WiFi connectivity, the digital camera wirelessly connects with your smartphone for instant sharing via social media and remote camera control. Apart from these, other features also include 3.0 LCD monitor, wind filter, motion panorama 360, time-lapse and more.
Price and availability
Fujifilm FinePix XP120 has been available for preorder for $229 USD. If you’re interested, jump to B&H online store for its more details.