Casio Releases First Silent Camera10 August 2011
In the latest offering in its Exilim portfolio, Casio has announced the launch of the new EX-ZS100 camera.
The Compact Hi-zoom model boasts 14 mega pixels and will be available from 18th August 2011, priced £149.99 and comes complete with a new silent mode feature. Silent Mode automatically configures the camera settings to avoid disturbing others around you - particularly handy when shooting in a museum, aquarium, restaurant and other areas where flash photograph is prohibited.
Available in black, and sporting a 12.5X optical zoom lens, the EX-ZS100's Hi-zoom model equipped lens allows users to shoot wide angle :24mm - telephoto :300mm range as well as being able to shoot up close and personal - up to 1cm away from the object using its macro focus function.
Intent on making high quality photography even more accessible than before, Casio's new EX-ZS100 has an "Advanced Easy Mode". This mode means that whereas with other, harder to use cameras, the user would have to half press the shutter button to focus the image and then take the shot slowing the overall process down. With the EX-ZS100, when the camera is pointing at the object, it focuses automatically so all the photographer has to do is press the shutter button fully and not waste time focusing and shooting in a separate action.
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