• Casio CA-01C: 3D Feature Phone And Digital Camera Rolled Into One

    Casio CA-01C: 3D Feature Phone And Digital Camera Rolled Into One

    Japan’s mobile carriers are currently releasing a number of interesting handsets, which are all part of their summer 2011 line-up. While smartphones, the iPhone and Android in particular, are taking over the Japanese market, there are still some cool feature phones coming out, too. Read More

  • Japan's Newest Cute Camera: Doraemon's Bell×CASIO EXILIM EX-Z800

    Another month, another special edition camera from Casio: this time it’s blue cartoon cat Doraemon (super-popular in Japan and many countries in Asia) that gets the Exilim treatment. Technically, the so-called Doraemon’s Bell×CASIO EXILIM EX-Z800 [JP] is nothing special, but it’s – as you can easily see – designed to be a hit with kids. Read More

  • Casio Rolls Out miffy2011xEXILIM Special Edition Camera

    First it was Astro Boy last month, now its popular Dutch cartoon bunny miffy that gets a special edition Casio Exilim camera [JP]. Technically, the so-called miffy2011xEXILIM is based on the EXILIM EX-Z800 Casio introduced last summer, but it’s way cuter of course. Read More

  • "Astro Boy" Casio Exilim (Limited Edition)

    Casio in Japan today announced [JP] a new limited edition Casio Exilim camera, which was designed to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Astro Boy. The device is technically based on the EXILIM EX-S200 from last year (but it looks much cuter, of course). Read More

  • Casio Annouces Two New Exilim Cameras – One With GPS, One Without

    Casio is announcing two new additions to their Exilim point and shoot line – one a top of the line model with built in geo-tagging and the latest generation of GPS technology, and one entry level unit. Read More

  • Rilakkuma Edition: Casio unveils ultra-cute Exilim

    Casio is no stranger to teaming up with major toy makers, licensing super-cute cartoon characters, using them on existing digital camera models and offering up super-cute limited editions to a fanatic fan base. After cartoon cats Doraemon and Hello Kitty, it’s now time for Rilakkuma, an adorable teddy bear. The result is the Casio Exilim Rilakkuma edition that was announced [JP] today. Read More

  • Casio announces two new Exilim cameras

    Casio Japan unveiled [JP] two new Exilim point-and-shoot cameras today, the EX-Z450 and the EX-Z90. The main selling point of the devices is the ability to detect objects (not only human beings) and to then automatically set the focus and exposure area to give you high-quality pictures. The EX-Z90 can be considered weaker than the Z450. It features a 12.1MP sensor, a 2.7-inch LCD screen… Read More

  • Review: Casio EXILIM 5.1MP camera phone

    Lets get a few details out of the way first. The Casio Exilim is one of the most expensive Verizon phones available at $279 with a 2-year agreement. Only the HTC Touch Diamond and Touch Pro cost more. Not only that, the Exilim is loaded with a dated OS and is rather bulky. The only selling point that this phone has is the 5.1MP camera, so that’s what I spent most of my time testing. I… Read More

  • Casio announces EXILIM EX-H10 point-and-shoot camera with superior battery life

    Casio Japan announced a new point-and-shoot camera today [JP], the EXILIM Hi-ZOOM EX-H10. The 12.1MP camera is a follow up to the EX-V7 and EX-V8 the company released in 2007. It features an impressive 10xoptical zoom (wide-angle starting at 24mm) and can shoot 1,000 images on a single battery charge. According to Casio, this is three times more than other cameras in this class have to offer. Read More

  • Review: Casio Exilim EX-FC100

    I use a DSLR and I love it, and while I appreciate what point-and-shoots do, I’ve never really wanted one. This is partly due to the superior picture-taking ability of a DSLR, but mostly it’s other cameras’ unimaginative feature lists. The latest cameras boast huge numbers of features which I would never use (smile shutter? more megapixels on a tiny sensor?), and… Read More

  • A very CrunchGear super-slow-mo reel using Casio's Exilim FC-100

    We’ve got one of Casio’s Exilim FC-100s for review right now, and of course the first thing we had to do was test out its vaunted super slow motion functionality. I was going to save this little reel for the review, but it was too fun not to share. Read More

  • New Casio EXILIM does double digit megapixels, 3X optical zoom

    Casio is adding to its Z-series of EXILIM cameras with the EX-Z29, due out in April for $149. The new model will improve over the currently-available Z9 by bumping the megapixel count from eight to ten and by slightly increasing the LCD size from 2.6 to 2.7 inches. Read More

  • SoftBank rolls out nine new cell phones in Japan (photo gallery)

    Following KDDI, Japan’s No.3 telecommunications company SoftBank today also presented the new cell phone line-up for this spring. The company presented a total of nine models and will start selling the first handset of the line-up (the Panasonic 930P) from tomorrow. Read More

  • Rumor: Casio Exilim cameraphone coming to Verizon

    Spyshots of a supposed Verizon-branded Casio Exilim camera-phone have surfaced on a Korean blog.  The images (posted by a random forum member) of this rumored clamshell device reveal that it will include a 5.1mp camera…and not much else. Read More

  • Casio Exilim EX-FH20: The wonders of 40 photos per second, videos at 1000 fps

    Those of you who need to take 40 photos per second and record movies at 1000fps should be thankful to Casio. The company’s newest camera, the Exilim EX-FH20, does just that, with its 9.1-megapixel CMOS sensor and 26-520mm equivalent zoom lens. Fancy stuff. And while it can take 40 photos per second in burst mode, these photos aren’t the full 9.1 megapixels, but only 7.1 megapixels. Read More

  • FCC approves new Hitachi Casio 8-megapixel camera phone

    The FCC has approved the latest product of the Hitachi, Casio partnership; an Exilim-branded 8-megapixel camera phone. Read more Read More

  • Three new Exilim models in October from Casio

    Casio has announced three new additions to its very-pocketable Exilim line of digital cameras: the EX-Z300, the EX-Z250, and the EX-Z85 (from top to bottom in the above photo). They’ll each be available in October for $299, $249, and $179, respectively. The EX-Z300 is a 10-megapixel camera, while the EX-Z250 and the EX-Z85 are each 9-megapixel cameras. The Z300 and Z250 each have a… Read More

  • Casio drops a thin and light point and shoot

    The Casio EXILIM Zoom EX-Z150 is a 8-megapixel camera with a 4x optical zoom and anti-shake system. No pricing but it will come in red, pink, green, silver, and black. Norderstedt, July 14, 2008 – CASIO Computer Co., Ltd., announced today the release of the newest model in its EXILIM® digital camera series – the stylish, slim EXILIM Zoom EX-Z150, which features a wide-angle zoom… Read More

  • Exilim gets "pre-record" ability with firmware update

    How cool is this? The Casio Exilim EX-F1 is a freak camera to be sure, but if they’re going to continue expanding its capabilities with stuff like this, it’s going to be the most popular freak on the block. You could already turn back the clock with the EX-F1 in certain modes by holding down the button halfway, but now you can put on a mode that will recapture the last five seconds… 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