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Fujifilm's FinePix XP120 is a sporty, rugged point-and-shoot

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Unlike Nikon and Panasonic, Fujifilm isn't making any major announcements at this year's CES. That said, the company is introducing a camera here in Las Vegas: the FinePix XP120, the latest member of its rugged point-and-shoot series. Naturally, the main highlights here are that it's waterproof (up to 65 feet) and shockproof to 5.8 feet, as well as dustproof and freezeproof. In addition, the XP120 sports a decent 16.4-megapixel CMOS sensor, 3-inch LCD and 1080p recording at 60fps. These specs won't blow anyone's mind, but the $230 camera could appeal to at least a few outdoor buffs when it launches in February.

As a bonus, Fujifilm also announced new "Graphite" editions of its high-end X-T2 and X-Pro2, which are set to hit stores later this month for $1,800 and $2,300, respectively.

Gallery: Fujifilm's "Graphite" X-T2 and X-Pro2 press images | 2 Photos

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