Excerpt: If there's one thing we can count on in this world it's that Fujifilm will release a new tough camera each year. The FinePix XP60 is the latest in an ongoing line of waterproof point-and-shoot cameras, adding a yet higher-resolution 16-megapixel sensor to the hardened series. Is it enough to make it swim, or does the added resolution weigh this model down and sink the ship?
Pros: Affordable, rugged build, responsive autofocus, close-up macro mode, tough and waterproof, GPS built in, well priced
Cons: Pictures miss the mark when viewing critically, camera opts for low shutter speeds that cause potential blur in low light, LCD screen small and has poor viewing angle, battery life not great, plasticky build, doesn't offer much new to the XP-series