Speed is inevitable in photography. Capturing high quality images in a flash of a second is what consumers wish and demand now. Casio is out with a high speed compact camera, Exilim EX ZR300 address the need of speed. They even claim that this camera is the fastest ever camera out in the market as of now. Casio officials are expecting to make it big with their latest compact camera, Exilim EX ZR300.
This 16.1-megapixel shooter takes only a start up time of unnoticeable seconds. There after you can just enjoy continuous shooting at .26-second intervals. This camera with fast auto focus is really beneficial for amateur users. It features an f/3.0-5.9, 24-300mm, 12.5x zoom lens which has capability of focusing quickly in 0.12 seconds. This camera has an ISO range of 80 to over 12,800.
The quickness and sensitivity are the highlights of this new compact camera from Casio. It is efficient enough to capture the most wonderful moments in a flash of a time making it quite useful. You have options to transfer the photos taken wirelessly to other devices as well. It also comes with video shooting capability at 1080p.
Exilim EX ZR300 camera from Casio features a CMOS sensor. It is powered by dual processors. The camera comes with a good battery life which allows you to take up to 500 snaps under full charge. Toshiba's wireless SD card format is also supported by this camera.
This new camera from Casio is the successor of Casio EX-ZR200 launched only a few months back. The specifications of the new camera are almost the same as the predecessor camera with the additional feature being the availability of Wi-Fi enabled memory cards from Toshiba. This compact travel zoom camera from Casio is sure to be a notable gadget in the Casio cameras line up.
The new high speed compact camera, Exilim EX ZR300 from Casio will be out with stylish appearance also. You can place this camera comfortably within convenient cases provided along with them especially during travel time.
The release time of this Exilim EX ZR300 camera from Casio is not revealed as of now. The price details are also not confirmed from official sources. However it is expected to be somewhere in the same range as its predecessor ZR200, which was close to Rs 40,000/-. Unconfirmed pictures reveal that the camera will be out in stylish red, black and white colour options.