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Casio unveils EX-ZR800 compact camera with 5-axis image stabilization

Casio launches EX-ZR800, a 16-megapixel shooter with 18x zoom and an ISO range up to 25,600 for super low light shots (TYO:6952)

| Cameras News | Posted: Aug 7, 2013 8:57 pm

Casio announced today the launch of a new compact digital camera to its lineup. The new EX-ZR800 is an Exilim engine based model that features five-axis image stabilization, continuous shooting, and an ISO sensitivity of 25,600. The camera is also capable of composing high dynamic range (HDR) shots within the built-in software. Additionally, the camera features a 16-megapixel sensor and 18x zoom.

 

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Video capabilities include 1080p at 30 frames per second, which is encoded in h.264, and a zoom range of 25mm to 450mm ensures that you will always get the perfectly framed shot. Casio says that the EX-ZR800 will launch in Japan on August 3 in red, white, or black and will retail for about $410. It is still unclear when the device will land in Europe or the US, but we do know that it is coming.

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