Intended initially for the Japanese market, the camera features a 1/1.7-inch 12-megapixel sensor and an f1.8 -2.5 12-112-millimeter zoom.
Known in recent years for releasing creative-looking or high-speed compact cameras, Casio is now releasing a high-end compact camera, the Exilim EX -10. What seems to be the company’s new flagship will hit the market by the end of this month in Japan.
Casio is combining a 1/1.7-inch 12-megapixel CMOS sensor with a short but very bright zoom. It is a lens equivalent to 28-112 mm with a maximum aperture of f1.8 -2.5.
It features Wi-Fi connectivity and a 3.5-inch 900000-pixel resolution touch screen, several manual modes, the possibility of shooting in RAW and Full HD video recording.
Casio stated their will emphasize on the camera’s bracketing system, capable of combining different exposures while in burst mode (9 FPS), something never before seen according to Casio.
So far, nothing has been officially stated about its release outside of Japan.