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Casio Exilim EX-ZR100

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Casio’s new travel compact packs in a 12.5x zoom, manual control and high-speed shooting

Most photographers require a compact camera to satisfy two requirements: to fit easily in a pocket and to provide enough control over their images so they can get creative, should they wish.

The so-called ‘travel compact’ is generally considered the ideal marriage of these two factors, and subsequently it has become popular with DSLR owners.

Casio’s latest compact appears to be pointed towards this area of the market, but with some trademark Exilim features that should distinguish it from the competition.

The Casio Exilim EX-ZR100 features the ‘Exilim Engine HS’ processor, which allows extremely high continuous shooting speeds to be obtained in both still and video capture, and is responsible for its art effects.

  • Memory Card: SD (SDHC/SDXC compatible)
  • Output Size: 4000x3000 pixels
  • LCD: 3in, 460,800-dot
  • Sensor: 12.1-million-pixel, 1/2.3in back-illuminated CMOS
  • Exposure Modes: Auto, program, aperture priority, shutter priority, manual exposure, HDR, HDR art, panorama, best shot, premium auto
  • Weight: 205g (incl battery and card)
  • Power: Rechargeable Li-Ion NP-130
  • File Format: JPEG, MOV (Movie)
  • Lens: 24-300mm (equivalent), 12.5x zoom
  • ISO: 100-3200, auto
  • RRP: £300
  • Metering System: Multi-pattern, centreweighted, spot
  • Dimensions: 104.8x59.1x28.6mm
  • Focusing Modes: Auto, manual, macro, super macro infinity, intelligent, spot, multi, tracking
  • White Balance: Auto, 6 presets, manual

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