The latest camera in Casio's Zoom line is the Casio Exilim EX-Z1080. The Z1080 offers 10.1 megapixel resolution, a 3x optical zoom, 2.6 inch Bright LCD, and a high sensitivity mode up that takes shots at up to ISO 6400. The Z1080 is being announced concurrently with the Casio Exilim EX-V8.
Casio has announced two new digital cameras - the Exilim EX-S880 and Exilim EX-Z77 - and an agreement with YouTube to make it easy for users to make movies and upload them to the popular video-sharing service. Similar to their arrangement with ebay last year, the agreement with YouTube will utilize the MPEG-4 H.264 movie capturing ability of the cameras to take "YouTube ready" movies. Additional bundled software will make it easy for users to upload and share their movies as quickly as possible.
One of two 12 megapixel announcements today, the Casio Exilim EX-Z1200 is the latest Casio Zoom digital camera. Besides the 12 megapixel capture resolution, the camera also features CCD-shift image stabilization, a 2.8 inch Wide and Bright LCD, 3x optical zoom and the Exilim Engine 2.0. The Z1200 will be available in two colors - silver and black - in July for a suggested retail of $399.
Today, Casio is announcing the Exilim EX-Z75 and Exilim EX-Z1050 digital cameras. As you can surmise from the model names, the Z75 is an update to the Z70 and the Z1050 is an update to the Z1000. The 7.2 megapixel Z75 offers a 2.6 inch wide LCD and 3x optical zoom. The 10.1 megapixel Z1050 also offers the 2.6 inch wide LCD and a 3x optical zoom. Read on for pictures and more details.
The Casio Exilim Hi-Zoom EX-V7, at the time of this announcement, is the world's slimmest digital camera with a stabilized 7x optical zoom. The 7.2 megapixel V7 is only 24.3mm thick (about 0.95 inches) and also has a 2.5 inch LCD. Casio will be showing off the new camera at this year's Consumer Electronics Show and it will be available in March for $399.
The Casio Exilim EX-Z70 was introduced last month as the successor to the Z60. I'm in the middle of reviewing the Z70 so I wanted to let you know that a full review was coming soon and give some of my initial thoughts about the camera.
Today, Casio has announced three new 7.2 megapixel Exilim digital cameras. The Casio Exilim EX-Z70 is a follow up to their Z60 with a nice 2.5 inch LCD. The Casio Exilim EX-Z700 features a 2.7 inch LCD and some unique in-camera features. Finally, the Casio Exilim EX-S770 features a wide aspect ratio, 2.8 inch LCD. All three cameras are less than an inch thick and come in multiple colors.
While we're polishing up our full review of the Casio Exilim EX-Z1000, we wanted to give you a little preview of things to come. Announced at the end of April, the Z1000 features a 10 megapixel imaging sensor. Yes, you read that right. The full resolution images are 3648 x 2736 pixels.
Casio has announced the Exilim EX-Z600 digital camera. So far, no news for a release in the US, but we will keep you posted if this changes. The slim Z600 features a 2.7 inch LCD that is brighter than screens on previous cameras. Available starting in March 2006, the Casio Exilim Z600 will be available in silver, black and blue.
Casio has announced the introduction of two cameras to their EXILIM line. The Caiso EX-Z110 and Casio EX-Z120 aim to bring Casio's technical achievements to photographers in a user-friendly camera. The Z120 sports a 7.2 megapixel sensor while the Z100 has a 6 megapixel sensor. Both cameras have a 3x optical zoom, 2 inch LCD and Casio's Anti Shake technology. The Z120 provides 32 Best Shot settings while the Z110 has 28 Best Shot settings. Both cameras will be available in mid-September with the Z110 retailing for $279 and the Z120 for $329.
The Casio EXILIM EX-Z750 is a sexy seven-megapixel digicam small enough to be dropped in a shirt pocket and tough enough to go just about anywhere. The Z750 is fun, it's also surprisingly well designed, remarkably versatile, and capable of genuinely impressive performance (it reminds me of the classic little Rollei 35S).
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