Category Archives: Casio

What else is new?

→ New Casio Exilim EX-ZR3200 camera announced. → Nissin will replace their top of the line MG8000 flash with a new model by the end of the year. → Sony announced the world’s fastest SD card, the SF-G series (check US pricing and availability). → You can now use the Fujin sensor cleaner also for your lenses with this […]

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Casio to announce a new Exilim EX-ZR1800 camera

Casio will soon announce a new Exilim EX-ZR1800 camera that will be available in gold, black and blue and will have minor upgrades from the ZR1700. For 2016 Casio has the #3 spot in Japan in the compact camera category after Canon and Nikon. Update: the camera is now officially announced in Japan. Source: Nokishita

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What else is new?

→ US pricing announced for the new Tokina FíRIN 20mm f/2 FE MF full frame lens for Sony E-mount: $799 (available for pre-order). → Casio launched EX-FR110H camera with 1.9 MP sensor for ultra low-light photography (sample videos). → CIPA released their interchangeable camera shipment data for October. → Tamron developed imaging technology that exceeds far beyond […]

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Casio announed a new 180° EX-FR200 rugged/action camera

Casio announced a new 180° EX-FR200 rugged action camera. The full specs are available here. Two EX-FR200 cameras can be attached together to record 360° video (similar to the Nikon KeyMission 360):

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What else is new?

→ Polaroid announced new remote controlled Panorama Eyeball Head Spins 360° for capturing panoramic pictures and videos: The versatile Polaroid remote-controlled 360°panorama eyeball head accessory is a compact, portable freestanding mini tripod that can also be placed on a tripod, slider or even selfie stick. Designed for Polaroid cameras, other small popular cameras and SLRs, […]

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Casio is actually doing well in its point and shoot camera business thanks to a… $1,000 selfie camera

An interesting article from nikkei.com – Casio expects a record profit thanks to their TR series cameras designed for people to take better selfies. The price of those TR cameras is as much as a good DSLR camera (some models are priced at $949!) and they sell very well:

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What else is new?

→ New Rollei film available for sale in Japan: Superpan 200, Retro 80s and Retro 400s. → The new Aurora HDR software developed by Macphun and Trey Ratcliff is now available for download. → Canon commemorates production of 80 millionth EOS-series interchangeable-lens camera. → New Metz Mecablitz 44 AF-2 flash announced (replacement for the current AF-1 model).

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