Casio zooms in with new camera

Casio Computer Company, in conjunction with its U.A.E distributor Abba Electronics, has launched the Exilim Zoom EX-Z70 digital camera

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By  Jason Saundalkar Published  August 10, 2006

Casio Computer Company, in conjunction with its U.A.E distributor Abba Electronics, has launched the Exilim Zoom EX-Z70 digital camera. The EX-Z70 is aimed at users in need of a slim and stylish camera and comes equipped with a 7.2 megapixel CCD (charged couple device) sensor. Its body is constructed from aluminium and the EX-Z70 is available in black or silver. Like its counterpart the 6.0 megapixel EX-Z60, the EX-Z70 features an ‘Easy Mode’, a user-friendly menu system designed to make life easier for beginners. This menu system consolidates the camera’s features into three menus; image size, flash and self-timer. On-screen instructions are also present to simplify things further still. Easy Mode works with the camera’s other features, such as Anti Shake DSP and Best Shot, and produce what Casio reckons are the best possible photos. Anti Shake DSP reduces blurring caused by moving subjects or shaky hands, while the Best Shot function produces optimal results by asking the user to select what kind of shot and environment the user is shooting in from a list of built-in presets. Other camera features include 8.3Mbytes of onboard memory, an SD card slot for memory expansion, along with 3x optical and 4x digital zooms. EX-Z70 retails for $299.

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