The XP120 is built for the elements—the camera is waterproof to 65 feet, shockproof to 5.7 feet, freeze-proof to 14°F and dustproof. And a new Cinemagraph mode will come in handy outdoors, allowing photographers to capture still images with moving elements. Among the XP120’s many additional features are a Burst Mode of up to 10 fps, full HD video recording at 1080/60p, time-lapse shooting and image transfer to smart devices.
Fujifilm is also introducing two Graphite editions. The X-Pro2 Graphite Edition brings a new color to the X Series family—a metallic, high-grade graphite color created through a special multilayer coating process—but with the same features of the current mirrorless X-Pro2 including a high-resolution sensor and a fast, silent AF system. This version comes as a kit with the compact, lightweight FUJIINON XF23mmF2 R WR lens and the LH-XF35-2 lens hood in the same color as the body.
The X-T2 Graphite Silver Edition is treated with a triple-baked multilayer coating and builds on the Graphite Silver version of the mirrorless X-T1. The X-T2 will come with a variety of accessories, including a premium leather strap, aluminum hot-shoe cover and matching EF-X8 hot-shoe mount flash.
Fujifilm reports the FinePix XP120 will be released in late February 2017 in the U.S. for $229.95, and the X Series cameras will be released in late January 2017—the X-T2 Graphite Silver Edition for $1,799.95 and the X-Pro2 Graphite Edition for $2,299.95.
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