New EXILIM camera EX-100F will be out on August 21. Based on the previous EX-100 camera (released in March 2014), Casio added 60fps high-speed continuous shooting performance to the new EX-100F and made it a flagship model.
We all know that the iPod wasn't the first MP3 player, the iPhone wasn't the first smartphone, and the iPad wasn't the first tablet, and when it comes to watches, CASIO has to know that they won’t be able to lean on legacy for very long.
If you’re reachable by terrestrial radio waves or GPS signals from space, this watch will always be accurate within about 15 nanoseconds or less. And sure, you can pop out the electronic crown with a twist and pull and set the time manually, or just like, you know, pretty much never do that again. Come meet the beautiful hulk!
The series’ high-end models, including the ClassWiz fx-991AR X and ClassWiz fx-570AR X, include spreadsheet functionality and a new feature that creates smart device-readable QR codes which, when scanned by a smartphone or tablet, automatically generate graphs or connect to instructional information on a dedicated website.
Casio's new EXILIM digital camera EX-ZR1600 can pair up with a smartphone on a steady basis. Users can control camera functionality with the smartphone such as activating the camera, checking or copying photos in the camera, saving taken photos automatically in the smartphone, and remotely pressing the shutter button.
Without knowledge of composition, Casio's new iOS application - Chordana Composer - allows you to write an original song. If you hum for a duration of 2 musical bars, Chordana Composer will improvise a whole song for you.
By installing Casio's newly-released "CZ App for iPad" application, you can reproduce their popular CZ series synthesizer on iPad screen. It allows you to do serious of music production anytime anywhere with your iPad.
To celebrate the popular anime series Mobile Suit Gundam's 35th anniversary since it was first broadcasted on TV, Bandai Namco and Casio jointly made the "G-SHOCK×GUNDAM" special edition G-Shock model.
On paper, the Casio EX-100 seems the greatest imaging device in the history of our species. It can do things that sound mind blowing for a camera this small and almost too good to be true for a consumer imaging device of any kind. This camera has a list of features so long that, even in the 3 weeks I had to play with it, I couldn’t truly explore every single one of them.
Casio developed the EX-100PRO digital camera to meet the needs of university/corporate researchers and sports professionals. It features a function that synchronizes up to 7 EX-100PRO cameras and can control all of them through an Android tablet that has the dedicated application, which can be very helpful for the process of experiment analysis at laboratories or for analysis of complicated motion mechanics.