While we guys were busy studying the Mitsubishi’s Deblurring Flutter Shutter camera, Casio rolled out yet another Exilim compact digital camera, EX-S770, quietly. The EX-S770 features saving maps and sightseeing recommendations in JPEG format. The 7.2Mpix EX-S770 camera packs in the Data Transport software that enables the user to transform the data to JPEG format for viewing on its large 2.8-inch LCD display. Other key features include 3x optical zoom, a Super Bright wide-screen LCD, scenic modes and offers the functionality to record VGA movies and videos with an aspect ratio of 16:9. You can opt for the Casio EX-S770 in three colors- silver, blue, or red.
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September 26 is the date that must be known to everyone in the imaging world. It is the date when Photokina 2006 will start in Cologne with more than 1600 partakers (suppliers) from 50 countries around the world. The bid leaders in the Imaging world such as Epson, HP, Casio, Samsung and Panasonic will be participating in the Photokina 2006 and will showcase the imaging products recently announced by them. The exhibition of the wide and varied range of imaging products makes the Photokina event one of its kinds. It’s the time to see that who will steal all the charm at the Photokina 2006.
Casio has added two new digital camera to its EXILIM Z-series but has hardly opened its mouth on the specs of both the cameras. The newly announced digicams are the Casio Exilim EX-Z7 and the Casio Exilim EX-Z6. Unfortunately, we are low on info about both the devices. All the little we know about the EX-Z7 is that is comes equipped with the standard 7.2-megapixel resolution, 2.5-inch TFT color screen, 3x optical zoom, an Anti-shake DSP to compensate for the camera shake. No words on pricing and availability. The EX-Z6 boasts 6-megapixel resolutions and comes rocking a 2.5-inch TFT color monitor with a 3x optical zoom lens. Well, it might also come stuffed with the Anti-shake DSP. But, we are really short on the details on both the cameras.
Casio has just announced its latest DivX-certified digicam EX-S770D that comes as an upgrade to the previous EX-S600D. The glossy compact camera enables the users to shoot high quality DivX video with one hour recording on a 1GB card. Other salient features of the EX-S770D are a 7.2-megapixels CCD, 2.8-inch screen, 16:9 aspect ratio recording, video-sharing with DivX supported gadgets. The DivX-certified EX-S770D will go on sale for a price of €298 in Europe.
Casio has given its EXILIM range of digicams a mild makeover with the introduction of EX-Z1050 and EX-Z75. The Z1050 is a 10-megapixel camera with ISO compatibility of up to 3200. The other features include a 2.6-inch LCD and anti shake technology. The camera has a Li-ion battery with USB 2.0 port for easy sharing of photos. It can also record video at 30fps in VGA mode. The Z75 is a 7.2-megapixel digicams with a same 2.6-inch LCD screen, 3x optical zoom and USB 2.0. It has a best shot feature that takes into account the available light and surroundings to take the most appropriate shot. The Z1050 has been priced at $394 while the Z75 is priced at $303. Via: Engadget
Summers are finally here so you all might want to spend most of your time in swimming pools and doing water surfing. But what about capturing images of the area where Mother Nature is at her best…? Yes that’s underwater! Casio has released a new Waterproof Digital Camera that will enable you to shoot pictures underwater. The gear is compatible with Casio Exilim EX-Z65 and EX-Z75. I’m not too sure that you will be able to click some pictures under the surface of an ocean as the device remains waterproof till the depth of 10 feet. On the plus side the gear also protects your camera from sand so you can also use it on the beach while playing volleyball and click some pictures of the ocean floor but remain close to the shore…! No word yet on the price and availability of this device. Via: Mobilemag