Casio Japan has announced the flagship high-end Exilim EX-10 compact camera. Casio Exilim Ex-10 is a raw capable compact with a 1/1.7″ type sensor and a fast 28-112mm equivalent lens.
The model, which the company says it will be launching in other markets, features magnesium alloy construction and, like the existing EX-ZR1000, an LCD that flips all the way up, for shooting self-portraits. Casio Exilim EX-10 also features built-in Wi-Fi and dual-variable bracketing function allows the camera to shoot nine bracketed shots in rapid succession, varying two exposure variables.
The Casio EX-10 will be launched on 29th November, at a price of approximately 80,000 yen.
Casio Exilim EX-10 Compact Camera Announced
Casio Exilim EX-10 Features
- The world’s first dual-combination bracketing function. The “Auto Bracketing” function automatically varies a pair of shooting parameters over three steps, producing a matrix of nine images to choose from. The “Manual Bracketing” function enables users to explore the settings of each parameter manually.
- 28mm wide angle zoom lens with a maximum aperture of f1.8 (wide-end): This powerful lens is able to maintain a high resolution even at its peripheries.
- 1/1.7-inch Back-lit CMOS image sensor: The expanded size of the image sensor is optimized for high-speed burst photography. The improved sensitivity increases the amount of light that can be received, while the back-lit system more effectively directs light to the sensor’s surface.
- Easy-to-see 3.5-inch tilt-up and tilt-down display, complemented by a front shutter button
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