The FinePix XP120 is a rugged waterproof camera from Fujifilm made for families. It comes with a 16.4 MP snapper with 1/2.3-inch sensor. It also has a 5x optical zoom. The camera can be submerged up to 20 metres and can withstand drops from a height of 1.75 meters thanks to its shockproof body. That is not the end! The XP120 can even survive in below minus 10 degrees Celsius and is even water proof. Other fascinating highlights incorporate a 3-inch 920k-dot LCD screen, inbuilt WiFi and Full HD video recording.
The Fujifilm FinePix XP120 looks great and it comes in various color options. You can grab one in Yellow, Blue, Lime, and Sky-Blue colors. It even has color matched band. He though the camera is made from plastic, its feel is very sturdy. Also, there is a little elastic grip on the front of the camera and the back has a slight rubber texture. A decent sized button is provided with texture which makes it easy to find. There is a metal wrist lash loop on the back, and there is a plastic tripod mount underneath the camera. The battery/memory slot has attachments for HDMI and MicroUSB charging. This section has a twofold bolting technique for preventing incidental opening, and additionally giving a decent seal to keep water out of the device. You can toggle between shooting modes by squeezing the Menu button. This opens the menu options, where you'll discover all the standard commands, and change the shooting mode. The menus are obviously laid out and very simple to peruse because the 3inch screen. The screen is not perfect though, so perceivability isn't generally incredible, especially under sunlight or submerged. The switches on the camera can feel somewhat firm now and again, especially the 4-way navigation panel.
As mentioned earlier, the XP120 highlights a 16 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, a wide-point 5x optical zoom focal point proportionate to 28-140mm out of 35mm terms, and there is optical image adjustment system in it, which moves the CMOS sensor to refute camera shake. The camera is perfect for the Fujifilm Remote Shooting application. Instax printing is presently active. An update found in the XP120 is an expanded waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, and furthermore dustproof. FHD video is captured at 60 or 30 fps and you can make use of optical zoom while recording. Sound capturing is from the work in the mono amplifier. On the off chance that you need to shoot instantly, at that point the camera will likewise shoot at 10fps in constant shooting mode. There are various shooting modes, including Scene Recognition Auto, Auto, numerous scene modes including submerged, HDR, motion panorama 360, or more propelled channels and impacts. There are no manual controls, yet there ought to be sufficient modes here to suit the user’s needs.
The XP120 accompanies in-built Wi-Fi so that you can remotely control the camera, and exchange pictures to your phone or laptop. The application on the phone works swiftly making it simple to exchange pictures and there is a decent level of control over the camera when remotely controlling it. You can include GPS/Geotag area data to photographs from your cell phone too. You would now be able to setup an association with an Instax printer, giving you a chance to print your photographs instantly.
Battery life is appraised at 210 shots as indicated by Fujifilm/CIPA test outcomes, which is genuinely low, but decent enough for a midrange camera, in spite of the fact that others are better offering more shots. We would suggest an extra battery on the off chance that you anticipate voyaging far from a charging point, despite the fact that the capacity to charge utilizing a MicroUSB link is valuable here.