The Fujifilm XP90 is a durable little shooter, able to withstand dust, cold and shock as well as being waterproof up to 33 feet. The XP90 can shoot at up to 10 fps and even has a dedicated burst button to take advantage of that extra speed. The movie mode on the XP70 is also a plus, with the capability of shooting as fast as 380 fps and the use of a variety of different video filters. While the XP90 is fast and tough, we'd like to see a much brighter lens. There's a lot less light underwater, so the lens needs to be able to open wider, and f3.9 is just average. If you really want to shoot underwater photos, the Olympus TG2 with a bright f2 lens will get you much better images, but costs at least $100 more.