For use with the Casio's custom rubber stamp maker "pomrie", Casio is going to release a new ink product on July 4.
The new ink will expand your crafts activities. It allows you to stamp on solid materials like metal, glass, pottery and plastic. So, with using pomrie and the new ink, you are able to put your orginal designs on things like a plain meal tin and plastic box to create original items.
The new Casio EXILIM seriesEX-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.
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.
Casio is going to release the rugged G-Shock for sailing GWN-1000, nicknamed GULFMASTER, on June 27.
GWN-1000 shows the barometric pressure digitally and also shows the difference between current and previously measured data. When barometric pressure changes drastically, a notification will appear as an icon on the dial as an alarm to be prepared for weather change.
Casio is going to release the new flagship model of its EXILIM series - 10.7X optical zoom EX-100 - for about ¥90,000 in late March.
EX-100 features 28-300mm range f/2.8 aperture 10.7x optical zoom lens including 12 elements in 10 group lens contraction. It is compatible with macro photography from the shortest distance of 5cm and with telephotography from the shortest distance of 50cm.
Casio America has announced the release of a new sports watch that utilizes Bluetooth v4.0 and enables wearers to access personal fitness data from mobile apps, operate a music player on a smartphone, etc.
Casio will display the watch at CES (the International Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, January 7-10.