Casio Releases 2 News Cameras in Time for the Holidays
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Casio has launched two new cameras in time for the summer.
The Z-2000 sports the upgraded EXILIM engine 5.0 with a dedicated CPU for image processing. This speeds up the image processing by upto 30% which results in crisper and beautiful shots in any mode.
Also, the newer ‘Dynamic Photo’ mode which creates “moving photos” by cutting distracting subjects from the background and combining photos taken over a continuous mode onto a still image, offering a panoramic shot of your subject. The mode also has direct integration with YouTube and it enables posting pictures to it or onto your favorite blog, as you go clicking.
The Premium Auto mode, one of the other unique features of EXILIM Z-2000 automatically analyzes the scene being photographed – whether in low or bright light, night scenes, a static or a moving subject, or if the camera is stationary on a tripod or hand-held. The camera analyzes the scene using its EXILIM 5.0 engine and automatically optimizes settings for exposure etc. and helps clicking picture perfect shots by just pressing the shutter.
Users can also shoot pictures that look like oil paintings, a crayon drawing or a watercolor painting using its ‘Art shot function’. The mode is displayed on its 3” LCD screen which offers resolution upto the tune of 460, 000 pixels [14.1 megapixels] The Z-2000 is also packed with HD movie recording function which lets you record high quality videos. The camera has a 26mm wide angle The battery promises to shoot upto 580 images upon a single charge which speaks volumes of its longevity.
The Casio EXILIM Z-2000 is available in Casio retail outlets and all leading consumer electronic chains at a price point of Rs. 14,995.
The Z-550 sports the upgraded EXILIM engine 5.0 with a dedicated multiple CPUs for faster image processing. This speeds up the image processing by upto 30% which results in crisper and beautiful shots in any mode.
Casio has achieved great advancements in Dynamic Photo, a function that creates “moving photos” by cutting moving subjects from one background and combining those images on a different still image. In addition to composites made with a still image background, cut-out moving images can now be pasted on other moving images as well. This new capability raises the power of expression of images. Thus, while increasing the “fun of creating images,” these models will also increase the “fun of sharing images” by making it easy to upload images to YouTube using the included software or post them to a blog.
The Premium Auto mode, one of the other unique features of EXILIM Z-550, enables the camera to automatically analyze the scene being photographed — including distinguishing night scenes, back lighting, a blue sky, green trees, or a sunset — as well as sensing whether there is a face in the frame, the movement and position of the subject, and whether a tripod is being used. It simultaneously optimizes settings for exposure, ISO sensitivity, point of focus, photo blur correction, tonal range and color balance, and level of noise reduction.
Art Shot Function: Shoot photographs that look like paintings this function makes use of the image processing technology in the EXILIM Engine 5.0 to create photos of scenery or human subjects that have the feel of a painting. The view in the LCD screen of the subject in front of the user can be switched between an oil painting, a crayon drawing, or a watercolor painting, allowing the user to select the preferred art style in which to photograph the scene.
Ex-Z550 features a wide-angle 26 mm 4X optical zoom lens and a clear 2.7-inch LCD screen. A 14.1 effective megapixel model, it is equipped with CCD-shift image stabilization and HD Movie function.
Soon this Casio EXILIM Z-550 will be available in Casio retail outlets and all leading modern retail chains at a price point of Rs. 10, 995/- respectively.
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