The ultimate status symbol for selfie lovers is finally in Singapore, a month after its initial launch in Japan. We detail the key updates to the EXILIM EX-TR70 that makes it better than all its previous iterations.
The Casio WSD-F10 is a smartwatch truly designed for outdoor use. It is also the first watch with a built-in microphone that is water resistant up to 50 meters and features a dual layer display structure that meets U.S. military standards. We share photos of its functions up-close.
Last year, Casio experimented with a concept camera design they termed the "freestyle" camera with a detachable module that allowed users to shoot from unexpected angles. They are now back with a much better and capable version - meet the Exilim FR100.
Halloween is just around the corner and boy do we have a deal for all you parents looking for that awesome costume for your kids. And if you have gotten yourself one of Apple's new rose gold iPhone, we have the watch for you to match.
With Sony, Olympus, and Canon all having major product launches in the very early part of the year, the question of what else would we find at Japan’s annual Camera & Photo Imaging Show (a.k.a. CP+) is always going to be asked. We’ve done our rounds at the show floor, and here are our top five sights at the show.
We traveled to Japan to take a closer look at Casio's new Exilim EX-FR10, a surprisingly fun outdoors digital camera with a detachable modular body.
Not intending to compete on specs, Casio has released the Exilim EX-100, a premium point-and-shoot camera that is able to shoot at F2.8 throughout its 10.7x optical zoom range. But with so many premium compacts around, where does the EX-100 stand?
Casio jumps onto the premium compact bandwagon with the Exilim EX-100. Just recently announced, we had the opportunity to try out the camera in Bali. Here's our first impression of Casio's premium compact.
Most compact cameras are known for their significant shutter lag so it's especially tricky to snap fast-moving subjects. But the Casio EX-ZR700 looks to solve this issue with zero-shutter lag. It also sports an impressive 18x optical zoom, making it seem like an ideal compact for those who shoot sports and wildlife. Does it live up to its marketing? We find out.
The Casio Exilim EX-TR100 sports an innovative rotating frame design that makes it looks like a mobile phone at times during use. Beyond that, it uses a 12-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor and a fixed, 21mm equivalent wide-angle lens. Here's our take on this unique camera.