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Casio QV-R52 (black) digital camera introduction
Mark Peters : March 7th 2005 - 12:00 CET
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CasioCasio QV-R52 (black version) digital camera introduction: The Casio QV-R52 is irresistible in the ever-popular trend colour black. Just like the silver metal body, the Casio QV-R52 camera is equipped with 5.0 Megapixels and 3x optical zoom. With the Direct On function the little black wonder is ready for use in only 1 second (With switched-off LCD and flash) and is ideal for every snapshot thanks to its shutter release time lag of only 0.01 second (After focusing, with switched-off LCD and flash). The silver version of the Casio QV-R52 was introduced during the Photokina event in September 2004. Back then, it was a follow-up of the Casio QV-R51, but this time with a more interesting price tag and delivered without NiMH batteries.
Casio QV-R52 (black) digital camera introductionCasio QV-R52 - Main features
Motifs can be easily viewed on the large 2-inch TFT colour display. The compact (88.3 mm x 60.4mm × 33.4 mm, without projections) cameras simple menu guide makes child's play out of photography: 21 Casio typical BEST- SHOT functions offer pre-recorded scenes for different photo situations. In addition, they can also be supplemented by the user's own motif programs. The integrated flash with red eye-reduction also provides fantastic photos in those moments of low light intensity.

Casio QV-R52 - Other features
The features of the ultra light 168 grams (Weight without battery and memory card ) Casio QV-R52 are completed by self-timer, Macro function, automatic calendar and world time, as well as alarm with picture and sound function. The Casio QV-R52's almost 9.7MB internal memory can be increased using commercially available Secure Digital or MultiMedia cards. Despite all this functional diversity, Casio's own electronics enable a considerable reduction in the power consumption, thus giving the digital camera staying power over long periods.

Casio QV-R52 - Availability
The new Casio QV-R52 digital camera in black is available at retail from April 2005. The Casio QV-R52 comes complete with a hand carrier strap, a USB cable as well as extensive software on CD-ROM. Camera bags and the AC-adapter AD-C30 are optional available.

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