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Casio unveils the Exilim Zoom EX-Z300, EX-Z250, EX-Z85, EX-Z19c digital cameras

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Casio EXILIM EX-Z300, EX-Z250, EX-Z85, EX-Z19

Casio will soon be showering us with four new models from its EXILIM Zoom digital camera series as they have announced the release of the Exilim Zoom EX-Z300, EX-Z250, EX-285 and EX-Z19c. Casio is claiming that all four models are high-profile digital cameras and as such come with high-resolution CCD. True enough, the EX-Z300 comes with a 10.1-megapixel CCD sensor, while the other three all has 9.1-megapixel CCD sensors.

But aside from the cameras resolution, all four EXILIM models also boast of decent features that could possible convince you to buy anyone of them. For instance, both the EX-Z300 and EX-Z250 features Casio’s EXILIM Engine 3.0 which according to Casio produces beautiful image quality even when capturing night scenes. A notable feature of the EXILIM Engine 3.0 is the Makeup function where users can adjust various settings to enhance the subject’s face even before the users press on the shutter buttons. Other features of these two cameras include a 3-inch LCD screen, HD movie capture and playback and a 29mm wide angle lens with 4x optical zoom.

The EX-Z85 and EX-Z19 on the other hand both boast of face recognition and auto shutter functions, a movie button for recording widescreen movies, and customizable focus frame design and menu screen color. Additionally, the EX-Z19 also has the Best Shot feature for optimally capturing images according to user-selected scene types. It will have a 2.6-inch LCD screen as well.

All four cameras will be available in the Japanese market between August and September. Pricing information as well as international release dates are not yet available for any of these models.

Via [Fareastgizmos]

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  • Casio Watch Lover

    Sweet – casio always make the best cameras — is the one in the bottom left peach or pink tho? hard to tell from the pic

  • John

    Thanks for the info on the Casio. Like the prices. I am looking at Digital SLR cameras, but do you think the higher price is really worth the improved picture quality? This site http://www.dslrcamerareviews.com was OK, but looking for more advice. Or do you think budget cameras like Casio are good enough. Thoughts?