|Description||Electronic Devices Manufacturing Company|
Casio is a multinational electronic devices manufacturing company founded in 1946, with its headquarters in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Casio is best known for its calculators, audio equipment, PDAs, cameras, musical instruments, and watches. In 1957, Casio released the world’s first entirely electric compact calculator.
Today, Casio is most commonly known for durable, large sized watches. Especially popular are its dual function (LCD and analog) watches, some of which, called Wave Ceptors, receive radio signals daily from an atomic clock to keep accurate time.
Other products include calculators, cash registers, illuminators, digital cameras (Exilim Series), laptop and sub-notebook computers, mobile phones, electronic keyboards, PDAs (E-Data Bank), electronic dictionaries, Digital Diaries, computer printers, clocks, and portable televisions.
|Launch Date||January, 2011|
|Tags||casio, digital-camera, touchscreen-lcd, camera, hdr|
The Casio Tryx is a full-feature point-and-click camera released by Casio in January 2011.
The EX-ZR100 incorporates a 12.1 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor which will help users capture high-resolution, low-noise images even in dimly lit environments. The camera also features sensor-shift image stabilization to help reduce the blur associated with hand movement for even better results. The sensor-shift stabilization technology also allows users to capture impressive 1920Ã—1080 full-HD video at 30 frames-per-second (fps) with continuous auto focus. In addition, the EX-ZR100 features a built-in stereo microphone, and even offers users the ability to leverage the cameraâ€™s full optical zoom and capture digital still images with high-speed burst shooting (10 megapixel), all while recording video.
The cameraâ€™s high-performance CMOS sensor is complimented even further by Casioâ€™s advanced EXILIM ENGINE HS with dual core processors, which further enhance the digital imaging experience for consumers. Together, the EXILIM ENGINE HS with dual core processors drive the high-speed capabilities of the EX-ZR100 and are responsible for the cameraâ€™s industry leading, .37 second shot-to-shot time, slow-motion video recording as well as high-speed burst shooting. With burst shooting, consumers can capture 30 10 megapixel images at a maximum speed of 40 shots per second. Adding even more versatility, the EX-ZR100â€™s Pre record Continuous Shutter will begin pre-recording images when the shutter button is pressed halfway, ensuring users will not miss a single critical moment even if theyâ€™re a little late in snapping the photo. All photos and video can be reviewed on the cameraâ€™s high-resolution three-inch LCD (460k).
The new EX-ZR100 encompasses a number of unique shooting modes, such as slow-motion video recording, Slide Panorama, and Casioâ€™s HDR-ART technology, which consumers can use to build on their creativity and better express themselves through images. With slow-motion, users can record fast-action events at a maximum speed of 1,000fps (224Ã—64), revealing detail thatâ€™s simply too fast for the naked eye to see. Additional high-speed frame rates include 480fps (224Ã—160) and 240fps (432Ã—320).