January 6, 2017

FUJIFILM announces the new FinePix XP120 for outdoor leisure activities

FUJIFILM Corporation is proud to announce the new FinePix XP120, which has a 16.4 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor and a large 3.0-inch LCD monitor in a compact body weighing just 203g*. Featuring four rugged protection features of “waterproof to 20m,” “shockproof to 1.75m**,” “freezeproof to -10°C” and “dustproof,” the XP120 comes equipped with a FUJINON lens that boasts the company's unique color reproduction technology and advanced sharpness to deliver outstanding image quality, making it an ideal choice for a wide variety of shooting situations.

The XP120 is designed for ease of use in outdoor leisure activities with features including a grip design for firm one-handed grip and a double-locking mechanism for the battery compartment. There is no need to worry about water, sand or short drops, making it the perfect first camera for children.

The XP120 is equipped with a 16.4 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor and FUJINON's 5x optical zoom lens with the zoom range starting from 28mm*** on the wide angle side. The camera also has an optical image stabilization mechanism to produce sharp images free of camera shake even in low light conditions. Fujifilm's years of experience are reflected with its color reproduction technology, which ensures beautiful colors in any conditions.

The XP120 has a large 3.0-inch 920K-dot high definition LCD monitor in its compact and lightweight body of just 203g. The monitor inhibits light reflection so you are able to comfortably check composition and pictures taken under bright daylight or underwater.

The XP120 offers the all-new Cinemagraph mode, producing still images with moving elements. Moving elements make a stark contrast against the rest of the still image, where it looks as if time has been frozen. This output accentuates your desired focus effectively to capture people's attention. Other functions that aid versatile artistic expressions include the Burst Mode of up to 10 fps, smooth full HD video recording of 60 fps, and time laps recording, useful for fixed-point observation of scenes such as sunsets and flowers opening.


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