Casio - EXILIM EX-10 - Take 9 continuous shots at a time with different settings

 

Casio has just announced that the new flagship model of their compact digital camera series EXILIM - EX-10 - will be released on November 29.

The most outstanding feature of "EX-10" is the world's first biaxial bracketing shooting function called "Premium Bracketing", which allows you to take 9 continuous shots with different shooting settings by changing the f-stop and focus positions with one shutter click and to choose the best photo out of many options. There is an "Auto Bracketing" mode to set each parameter on the camera and "Manual Bracketing" mode to customize each parameter's setting by yourself.

"EX-10" has a 1/1.7inch CMOS sensor, the latest EXILIM engine "EXILIM EngineHS Ver.3 ADVANCE" featuring "High Speed Technology", and a 28mm f1.8 4X optical zoom lens (an equivalent focal length of 28-112mm in 35mm terms) built-in. Its 3.5 inch screen is tiltable (180-degree up and 55-degree down).

We received some exclusive pictures from Casio's release event, shown here

Estimated price: ¥79,800
Size: 119.9mm x 67.9mm x 48.6mm
Weight: 344g (only the body)
Effective pixels: 12.1 million pixels
Total pixels: 12.76 million pixels
Built-in memory: 49.9 MB
External memory: SD memory card, SDHC memory card, SDXC memory card

 

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