Here's our concise review of 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