Technical advancements are making gadgets slimmer, while packing it with the most innovative features. This truth about the gadget world is also applicable in the designs of our latest digital cameras. We have already witnessed the slim Cyber-shot cameras from Sony. Now Casio has unveiled Exilim EX-H10 Hi-Zoom digital camera, which it claims is the thinnest and lightest camera in the world.
Casio Exilim EX-H10 Specifications
This is a 12.1 mega pixel camera. The wide angle of the camera starts from 24mm and increases to 10x telephoto zoom. This makes this Casio Exilim camera the perfect choice for capturing distant shots. It has a large 3-inch monitor and CCD shift image stabilization feature. To capture impressive landscape pictures, you can take advantage of the advanced Landscape Mode of this digital camera.
The Vivid Landscape option of the Landscape Mode will allow you to analyze images to enhance vividly only the prominent colors of the image of the landscape. If you are worried that mists would ruin the clarity of your image, you can use the Mist Removal option to get sharp and clear images.
With the Makeup Mode feature of Casio, your subjects will always look their best with reduction in facial shadows. The Dynamic Photo function of the camera uses high-speed image processing mechanism to create composite images of moving objects.
Perfect for travel
This new digital camera from Casio is perfect for travel. The 24.3mm thin camera weighs 164 gram, and therefore helps in reducing your baggage load.
EXILIM Engine 4.0
The advanced EXILIM Engine 4.0 features an innovative Multi-CPU to facilitate fast image processing. Noise reduction helps in getting best quality images with this camera.
The battery of the new Casio Exilim digital camera lasts for a long time. It is possible to take thousand shots with a single full battery charge. This means that on a ten-day long vacation, you can take hundred shots every day with your Casio Exilim EX-H10 camera, without recharging it. The innovative circuitry design and operational controls allows lesser power consumption.