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Nic Rossmüller : November 9th 2006 - 19:03 CET

Casio Exilim EX-S770D


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CasioCasio Exilim EX-S770D : DivX, Inc. announced that Casio will introduce a new model to its line of DivX Certified digital still cameras in Europe. The DivX Certified Casio Exilim Card EX-S770D model will be available online throughout Europe in November. The new model is a successor to the popular Casio EX-S600D, the first DivX Certified camera from Casio. The Casio EX-S770D improves on its predecessor by increasing the megapixel count to 7.2 and allowing for video capture in a wide-format movie function that combines with DivX functionality to create breath-taking video. In addition, the Casio Exilim EX-S770D camera allows consumers to easily access the interoperable DivX ecosystem, to play, create and share high-quality video.
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This includes DVD players, recorders and portable media players. Content created on the camera can be played on all PCs with DivX software installed and on DivX Certified consumer electronics devices from the world's leading brands. "I am very excited about the release of our new Casio Exilim Card EX-S770D digital camera, which features the outstanding DivX technology that users appreciated so much in its predecessor, the Casio EX-S600D," said Susumu Takashima, director at Casio and head of the Digital Camera Unit. "Casio's card-sized digital cameras are designed to deliver high performance in a compact, slim shape, and have been very well received by the market.

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Users are making the most of our cameras to take not only still images, but movies as well, all with the greatest of ease. Our latest card-sized model takes movies in DivX format, and is being marketed in Europe where DivX is extremely popular. Compared to previous models, the Casio EX-S770D also has a larger display. We look forward to countless users experiencing the joy of taking and viewing both still shots and movies." "By expanding their line of DivX Certified digital cameras, Casio is giving consumers the ability to create very high quality video that they can experience in a truly open and interoperable way," said Jim Geison, Vice President of Worldwide Sales, DivX.

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"Users of the Casio EX-S770D can easily share and distribute their personal content across a wide range of devices, an advantage that is not offered by other digital video technologies that are confined to the PC." Products that bear the DivX Certified logo have undergone a rigorous testing program to ensure interoperability, security and visual quality. DivX Certified products enable consumers to create, play and share high-quality video content across a range of devices and platforms. Over 50 million DivX devices from a variety of manufacturers have shipped worldwide.

About DivX
DivX creates products and services designed to improve the experience of media. Our first product offering was a video compression-decompression software library, or codec, which has been actively sought out and downloaded over 180 million times in the last four years, including over 50 million times during the last twelve months. We have since built on the success of our codec with other consumer software, including the DivX Player application, which is distributed from our website. We also license our technologies to consumer hardware device manufacturers and certify their products to ensure the interoperable support of DivX-encoded content. In addition to technology licensing to consumer hardware device manufacturers, we currently generate revenue from software licensing, advertising and content distribution.

About Casio Europe
Casio belongs to the leaders of the worldwide electronics market - in Europe alone, an annual turnover of more than EUR 440 million is achieved. With the company expanding internationally, Casio Computer Co. GmbH was founded in 1972. Located in Hamburg, the branch was a distributor whose area of authority grew continually. Today, the "Casio Europe GmbH" is the European headquarters. It serves the whole of Europe and is directly responsible for Germany and Austria. A total of around 300 employees work at Casio's European headquarters, which also feature an adjoining warehouse. The premises house all of the company's functional divisions, including the sales, marketing and service units. In 1994, Casio's European headquarters moved to its current location in the 'Business-Park' business district of the city of Norderstedt, which is also situated in the immediate vicinity of Hamburg's airport. Casio's employs a total of around 530 people throughout Europe. Its subsidiaries in Great Britain and France, its representation in Russia and its numerous distributors in other European countries form an efficient network which guarantees optimal sales coverage and a high level of service.





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