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.

King Jim - ZIP Cable Pouch - USB cable never gets tangled

King Jim's new ZIP Cable Pouch, to be released on July 13, will never let your cable get tangled inside.

ZIP Cable Pouch is made out of one long cable case that has a long zipper along its lining, within which you can store a USB cable. You can zip its entire length shut and it turns into a pouch for storing other things like a portable battery, etc. There is also a small pouch attached outside so that you can keep something smaller like a USB drive there.

Panasonic - 4K30p movie wearable camera


Panasonic's new 4K30p movie-shootable wearable camera HX-A500 will be available for about ¥42,000 on June 12.

HX-A500 has a unique style where its body and lens parts are separated. So, while the lens is positioned and worn, you can control the camera through the body part.

Olympus - Rugged compact camera flagship model with improved macro shooting

Olympus is going to release the latest flagship model of their rugged compact digital camera series - OLYMPUS STYLUS TG-3 Tough - for about ¥48,000 in the beginning of July.

The new model adds a macro photography mode that enables an approach of as close as 10mm to an object from its lens. In that mode, it can zoom up to 6.9X when the focal distance is 100mm (35mm equivalent), and when used in conjunction with super-resolution zoom, it is able to shoot the object in 13.8X zoom.

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Casio uses 3D Casio Art to make commemorative postal stamp edition

Casio Computer Co., Ltd. announced that it will collaborate with Japan Post Co., Ltd. - Japan's postal service - to
release new 3D “Casio Art” paintings, using special postage stamp designs.

The stamps will be released on July 23, or "Fumi no Hi" (Day of the Letter) and the paintings will be sold at “e-casio” which is Casio’s official online shopping website. The paintings will also be sold through shops operated by Casio Group companies.

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