Fujifilm couldn't let Olympus, which introduced the TG-870 at CES 2016, have all the fun in the multi-purpose camera space. As such, Fuji has introduced the FinePix XP90, its new rugged point-and-shoot with waterproof (50ft), shockproof (about 6ft), freezeproof (14 degrees Fahrenheit) and dustproof capabilities. Compared to the XP80, Fujifilm's XP90 hasn't changed much, featuring the same 16.4-megapixel, 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor, 5x optical zoom and 28mm wide-angle lens.It does have a larger 3-inch LCD, though, as opposed to the 2.7-inch screen found on its predecessor. The FinePix XP90 can also capture 1080p footage at up to 60 fps, as well as 480 fps slow-motion videos and 360-degree panorama pictures. If you're into this IP68-compliant shooter, you can get it starting in February for $230.
Fujifilm reveals the FinePix XP90, a durable point-and-shootFor you to take on your next wild adventure.
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