Fujifilm XP120

Here's our concise review of the waterproof Fujifilm XP120 compact camera...

the waterproof Fujifilm XP120 compact camera

the waterproof Fujifilm XP120 compact camera

Fujifilm has released several iterations of its rugged XP series, and the XP120 is the latest. This 16.4MP 1/2.3in CMOS sensor compact is capable of submersion up to 20m, the deepest of the group, and has a 3in 920k-dot LCD. 

The lens is equivalent to 28-140mm on a 35mm sensor and has an aperture of f/3.9-4.9. When paired with the CMOS shift-type image stabilisation and with its built-in flash and ISO 100-6400 range you should be assured of sharp shots. 

The XP120 also features a time-lapse mode, which is perfect for creating a surreal account of underwater explorations, while the cinemagraph mode captures stills with some moving areas. 

As you’d expect from Fujifilm, in-built Wi-Fi allows you to transfer your shots to, or control your camera directly from, your phone.


  • Waterproof to: 20m
  • Weight: 203g 
  • WxHxD: 110x71x28mm
  • Find out more on the Fujifilm website