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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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.