Popular Casio Articles for 2010
The Casio Exilim EX-G1, billed as the world's slimmest shock-resistant digital camera, builds upon Casio's earlier forays into durable products with watches and mobile phones. The rugged G1 is waterproof[...]
The Casio S200 attempts to stand out in a crowded field of 14 megapixel point-and-shoots. With an ultra-slim build and a flashy orange exterior, our review unit certainly calls out[...]
Casio first revealed its hybrid-GPS concept camera in the halls of the Las Vegas Convention center a year ago at CES 2010. Now, as we're gearing up for CES 2011,[...]
Looking for a long zoom? High speed shooting? Picture-taking in rugged conditions? Casio has an Exilim camera that fits each of those requirements. But the Exilim EX-S7 doesn't; it's your[...]
Casio launches another slim, entry-level Exilim camera today in the form of the EX-Z16.
Casio's recently introduced Exilim EX-G1 rugged 12 megapixel compact marks the company's first entry in their new Exilim G brand of digital cameras - the "G" denoting an "endurance category"[...]
Casio adds two new beginner-friendly compacts to their line on the first day of PMA 2010.
Casio has announced the release of two new slim cameras, the Exilim Card EX-S200 and the Exilim Zoom EX-Z800.
Earlier this year, Casio launched its GPS-hybrid concept camera, the Exilim H20G, hoping to capitalize on a trend of multi-tasking electronics. We're working on a full review, but take a[...]
Casio merges high-zoom and GPS functionality today in the Casio Exilim H20G. Making good on a concept first displayed at CES 2010, the "Hybrid" Casio H20 is equipped with geo-tagging[...]