With the Tryx camera due to hit stores soon, Casio and Best Buy delivered a lively pre-launch lift-off in Times Square this week. DCR was on the scene to try out the variable frame design.» Read Article
Day two of CES is underway and we've some first looks at the latest fixed lens cameras from Fujifilm and Casio.
Casio revealed the unique Tryx digital camera for CES. Take a look at some hands-on images and first impressions of the device.
Casio unveils its latest high-speed Exilim camera, the EX-ZR100 and two new entry-level point-and-shoots, the EX-ZS10 and EX-ZS5 as CES 2011 is about to kick off in Las Vegas.
Casio announces a new flaghship compact ultrazoom for CES, the Exilim EX-H30. Like the H10 before it, Casio claims a battery life of up to 1000 images per charge.
Casio has re-imagined the traditional point-and-shoot with the new Tryx, a camera with a "variable frame" design for flexible shooting options. It will shoot 12.1 megapixel stills and 1080p HD video.
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 peek at some preliminary sample images and impressions.
Casio launches another slim, entry-level Exilim camera today in the form of the EX-Z16.
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 capability and a 10x optical zoom lens.
Casio has announced the release of two new slim cameras, the Exilim Card EX-S200 and the Exilim Zoom EX-Z800.
Casio adds two new beginner-friendly compacts to their line on the first day of PMA 2010.
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" of camera. We took a look at the unique design and some out-of-the-box images to offer a first impression of the tough G1.
Casio announces today their first rugged camera, the Exilim EX-G1. Available in black or sporty red, the G1 is rated for underwater photography up to ten feet, is shock-resistant up to a seven foot drop, dustproof, and freezeproof to temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit.
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