• David Pogue totally in love with Casio Ex-F1 camera because it can go back in time

    The New York Times’ David Pague must see a lot of stupid gadgets on a daily basis. We do here, so Lord knows how much he has to sift through. But this Casio camera, the Ex-F1, surely isn’t one of those. That’s the impression, at least, I get from his review. Read More

  • Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1 gets dated

    It’s been slated for a March 28th launch in Japan, but still no word on when the US or even Europe can expect the gloriousness of shooting 1200fps. *sigh* Press Release Read More

  • Casio goes green (white and red) with solar paneled G-Shock

    Oh Casio, I love thee G-Shock watches so. I love you even more now that you’re implementing solar panels into your watches. The G5500C model is equipped with the Tough Solar Power Technology that combines a highly sensitive solar panel with a high capacity rechargeable battery to help with high-load functions. Another really unique (I think) feature is the automatic illumination of… Read More

  • Tech-On interviews Casio's EX-F1 product guru, with interesting results

    At MacWorld, I got a little hands-on time with Casio’s interesting new hybrid camera, the EX-F1. It’s not a DSLR, nor is it a point-n-shoot, but it has many features of both. It’s also a great high-speed picture taker, with speeds of up to 600 frames per second. I was impressed by it, despite its high price. Tech-On has a great interview with Jin Nakayama, one of the… Read More

  • Macworld 2008: Hands-on with Casio's EX-F1 hybrid camera prototype

    We’ve been talking quite a bit about Casio’s new Exilim DSLR/point-n-shoot/video hybrid camera, the EX-F1. In short, it’s not quite a DSLR, though it handles like one, but it also shoots up to 1,200 frames per second for ultra slow-mo or making sure you get THE perfect shot. At CES it was behind lock and key, visible only through a glass cell. At Macworld, though, Casio let… Read More

  • Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1

    Product Name: Exilim Pro EX-F1
    Description: The EX-F1 is a hybrid DSLR with video cam that shoots 1,200 fps and does burst at 60 fps. A little weak with 6-megapixels but who can really tell the difference? It does 12x optical zoom and shoots in 1080p. Not janky 720p, but full-on HD.
    Price: $1,000
    In-store date:Spring
    Site: Casio
    Why it’s cool: A decent hybrid that won’t cost you a… Read More

  • Casio Announces EX-V8 Digital Camera

    Lately, Casio has been cranking out digital cameras equipped with YouTube-related features and the EX-V8 is no exception. This 8.1-megapixel shooter comes with the ability to publish your videos directly to YouTube. It also uses the H.264 codec to keep those 16:9 videos looking good without a huge file-size. Some of the other features included are the ability to shoot 848×480 video, a… Read More

  • Verizon Wireless (Casio) G’zOne Type-S Review

    Will it blend?
    We’ve all dropped our phones once, twice, or every other five minutes, right? I know I have on multiple occasions and I wince with every drop. The battery or some part seems to dislodge itself without fail every time and it just doesn’t work the same afterwards. I’ve gotten away with sending my phone in for replacement without the watermark stickers revealing… Read More

  • Five Megapixels For Korean Cell Phones

    If you live in Korea, you can get a cell phone with a 5-megapixel camera. If you don’t live in Korea, you can’t. That’s just the way it is. Some things will never change. I have one of the old school Casio EXILIM cameras and I still use it to this day even though I bought it about 5 years ago. The EXILIMs have traditionally gotten dinged for having so-so photo quality but… Read More

  • Casio Unveils Two New Exilims

    The Exilim EX-S880 Casio introduced two new digital cameras in its popular Exilim line today. The EX-S880 and EX-Z77 both have all the great features normally found on an Exilim, like Best Shot technology, the new EXILIM Engine 2.0 image processor, and high-quality video capture. But these two cams also have the power of YouTube inside of them. The included YouTube Capture mode allows for… Read More

  • Casio G'zOne Type-S Sounds Like A Pasta Dish

    Those of you who are rugged lumberjacks out there will be happy to know that Verizon will be releasing an updated version of Casio’s rugged phone, the G’zOne. Dubbed the G’zOne Type-S, this phone not only is tough and sounds like a bad italian dish, it also features a round, rubber antenna to pick up chicks with. For a rugged phone though, the Type-S has a pretty nice design. Read More

  • Casio Introduces EXILIM Zoom EX-Z1200

    Today, Casio stopped counting megapixels. It today decided that overkill is a the new black and with this newly found idea comes the EX-Z1200. This monster packs the ability to shoot photos at a rediculous 12.1-megapixel resolution. Features include Casio’s image-stabalization technology, 3X optical zoom, the latest EXILIM Engine, version 2.0, a small, thin design, and movie mode. Read More

  • Casio Exilim EX-Z75: The Review

    For the past year, I’ve spent time with numerous Casio digital cameras. The Exilim series has proven to be an excellent blend of both value and performance. A fantastic camera at a low price if you will. But camera after camera, Casio didn’t really do much to change the design of each model. At one point, the difference between a 10.1-megapixel camera and a 6-megapixel camera… Read More

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