Fujifilm to launch XP150, 100 and 50 outdoor cameras

New range launching at CES 2012

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Fujifilm wowed us last year with their range of super-rugged compact cameras and are back again with three new products which will take anything you can throw at them

Fujifilm have announced they are going to showcase three brand-new rugged outdoor cameras in the form of their XP150, XP100 and XP50, all of which are designed to combat the stresses of being in the great outdoors.

At the top of the range is the XP150 which boasts some serious defensive capabilities against the elements. Waterproof to 10m, shockproof to 2m, dustproof and also freezeproof to -10 degrees.

The XP150 also has a double-locking door which houses and protects the battery, memory card and connectivity ports. The entire range also features a 14-megapixel CMOS sensor which will shoot video in full 1080p HD.

Available with GPS built-in (XP150) or without (XP100) the new range also boasts a water-resistant coating on the extra-strength lens making sure that no matter how bad the weather you'll still get the perfect shot.

Finally the XP50 offers up some similarly weather defiant specs but instead offers waterproofing to 5m, shockproofing to 1.5m and also lacks GPS, what you do get in return however is some cash in your pocket.

With a full announcement coming at CES 2012 there's as yet no word on UK pricing as yet but expect the range to be hitting shops around mid-March.

What do you think, is the XP150 the most 'lifeproof' camera there is? Let us know what you think via the comments box below...