It’s not too different from the rest of Casio’s Exilim series, but the recently announced Exilim EX-ZR800 will feature a 5-axis stabilization system. This mechanism will offer an improvement of up to five steps compared to the normal shutter speed, combined with the high-speed shooting this camera features, the company explained.
This seems to be the ZR800’s strong point, with a burst mode of up to 30 frames per second, thanks to the third-generation Exilim Engine HS processor. There are no significant changes between this camera and the Exilim EX-ZR700 –its predecessor- in regards to zoom (18 levels, equivalent to 25-450-millimeter lenses) and the 16-megapixel, 1/2.33-inch sensor.
Besides the manual controls and the RAW shooting, the ZR800 also features lots of automatic modes, like the well-known HDR-Art mode or 360-degree panoramic photos, and new features to make "time-lapse" sequences.
It has a 3-inch screen with a 920000-pixel resolution, and is also capable of recording Full HD 1920 x 1080 video at 30 fps. Its concrete release date and price are still unknown.