Casio - latest EXILIM series digital camera, EX-ZR850, with 20 day continuous shooting

The new Casio EXILIM series EX-ZR850 will be available on May 23 for about ¥32,000.

The new EX-ZR850 has an interval photography function that continues taking photos at regular intervals and can do this continuously for a maximum of 20 days, equaling about 500 hours of shooting. For example, you can very effectively track the movement of a flower blooming or scenery changing. There is also functionality to convert the interval photos into a movie.

With Wi-Fi ability, you can remotely conduct shooting using your smartphone.

EX-ZR850 features 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor (total 16.79MP), image processor "EXLIM Engine HS Ver. 3" that consists of a Dual CPU and 2 image processing circuits, and 3-inch TFT monitor (0.92M dots). It covers a focal distance 25-450mm (35mm equivalent).

It supports the powerful 5-Axial Image stabilization system, 1.3 seconds quick start, 0.015 release time lag, 0.17 seconds auto focus, and 0.25 seconds shooting interval.

  • Size: W107.4×D30.7×H60mm
  • Weight: 185g (just the body)
  • ISO sensitivity: ISO80-3200 (when HS night shot, maximum ISO256000)
  • Photos: Maximum 16MP (4,608×3,456 dots)
  • Movie: Maximum 1,920×1,080 dots / 30fps
  • Color: White, Red, Blue

 

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