The Casio EX-H15 is a 14.1MP point and shoot camera that packs a 10x zoom lens into a rather compact body. It serves as a replacement to the EX-H10 in Casio’s point and shoot lineup. The EX-H15 housing has a nice feel with a variety of colors available on the aluminum finish.
While the body is a a little thicker than some of the other point and shoot cameras announced by Casio at CES 2010, the 10x zoom makes it worth the added girth. I was actually surprised at just how far that 10x lens extended from the both of the camera at the max telephoto end of the zoom. [click to continue…]
Casio unveiled four new point and shoot cameras at CES 2010.
The Casio EX-FH100 features a 9MP CMOS sensor, 10x optical zoom and 720p video recording. The FH100 can capture 9MP images at 30 fps burst speed and can record video at 1000 fps. The FH100 carries a retail price of about $400. Check availability on Amazon.com.
The EX-Z2000 offers a 14.1MP sensor, 5x zoom, 3-inch LCD at 460k dot resolution. The Z2000 also has sensor-shift stabilization and HD video recording. The Z2000 carries at a retail price of about $230. Check availability on Amazon.com.
The EX-Z550 has a 14MP sensor, 4x optical zoom and 2.7-inch LCD. The Z550 also offers sensor-shift image stabilization and HD video recording. The Z550 carries an initial retail price of about $170. Check availability on Amazon.com.
The EX-H15 features a 14.1MP, 10x zoom and 3-inch LCD at 460k dot resolution. No word yet on price or availability.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]