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CES 2017: FUJIFILM announces new XP120 digital camera

By Ian Chee & Marcus Wong - on 6 Jan 2017, 10:08am

CES 2017: FUJIFILM announces new XP120 digital camera

The new FUJIFILM FinePix XP120 camera is waterproof to 20m, can withstand a drop of up to 1.75m, operates in temperatures as low as -10°C and is dustproof to an IP68 rating so you can truly enjoy photography in any season or outdoor situation.

It matches a 1/ 2.3” 16.4MP BSI CMOS sensor that allows it an ISO range of 100 to 6400 (ISO 6400 is only available with image size M or S) with a 5X optical zoom FUJINON lens that covers a 35mm equivalent range of 28-140mm. The lens is able to focus down to 9cm on the wide end at macro mode, and the camera is able to capture movies in Full HD (1920x1080) 60p/30p bitrates for a max of 29 minutes per clips using the dedicated movie record button.

What’s most interesting though, is that it introduces a new Cinegraph mode which produces still images with moving elements. As you can see from the video above, Cinegraph mode lets you record a movie of up to five seconds length and specify exactly which parts you want moving, thus easily creating your own animated gif. 

The full set of creative filters are available for easy picture effects.

Besides this, the camera also comes with the usual 11 creative filters found on most FUJIFILM cameras, as well as in-built timelapse capabilities. There’s even wireless capabilities so you can send images over Wi-Fi to an Instax SHARE printer or control the camera remotely via the FUJIFILM Camera Remote app on your phone.

Pricing and availability information has yet to be released.

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