For their CES 2017 press conference, Fuji announced a new Graphite finish for their excellent X-Pro2 and X-T2 mirrorless cameras. They also unveiled a new waterproof digital camera available in 4 colors.
The Fuji X-T2 Graphite is a Graphite Silver version of the original X-T2. Except for the new finish one the top and bottom plates, it is completely identical to the black version. The X-T2 Graphite is scheduled to be available this month for $1799 USD or $2199 CDN.
The Fuji X-Pro2 Graphite comes in a dark Graphite finish. Except for the new finish, this mirrorless is identical to the original black X-Pro2. For this one though, Fuji also introduced a Fujinon XF23mm F/2R lens of the same finish to be sold as a kit with the X-Pro2 Graphite. The X-Pro2 Graphite and 23mm lens are also expected to ship together this month, this time for $2299 USD or $2899 CAD.
The Fuji Finepix XP120 is the must rugged Fuji camera to date. It can be taken underwater to a depth of 20m, dropped from 1.75m or frozen to -10C and will still remain fully function. As such rugged cameras always are, the XP120 is also dustproof. The XP120 is built around a newly-developped 16 megapixels high-speed CMOS sensor which can capture full-resolution images at 10 FPS.
While Finepix XP120 is always driven by fully automatic exposure, it boasts a good amount of video capabilities: Full 1080p HD video capture at 60 FPS, High-Speed video at up to 320 FPS, Time-Lapse Video and a unique Cinemagraph mode which makes a short video with parts of it still. The Fuji Finepix XP120 is scheduled to ship at the end of next month for a retail price of $229 USD or $239 CAD.