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Casio finds new form in TRYX pocket cam



(Las Vegas, Nevada - January 5, 2011- CES) - With a moving, twisting frame Casio's new TRYX pocket camera can transform to stand on it's own, hang on a wall or the frame can be used as a handle to get unique angles. The 12-megapixel camera is like no camera you've seen before and that's a good thing. Equipped with Casio's new Exilim Engine HS, it features an ultra-bright 3" touch screen LCD, High-Speed CS technology, High-Speed Super Resolution Zoom and HDR-Art imaging. It's also a 1080p HD video camera shooting at 30fps. Additional features include modes for shooting slow-motion videos, 360-degree panoramas and high speed HDR photography. And the coolest feature? It has a built-in motion sensor that can be activated for self-portraits and group photos. Casio says it will be available in April for $250.



[Last modified: Thursday, January 6, 2011 4:19am]


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