Mark Peters : March 11th 2006 - 16:47 CET
|Casio EX-Z60 black
Casio EX-Z60 black : Casio introduced a new color to its stylish and Exilim Zoom digital camera series. The easy to use Casio Exilim EX-Z60 offers 6.0 Megapixel images and a 3x optical zoom packed into a slim body enhanced by rounded edges. Simple operation and useful functions, that's what makes the Casio EX-Z60 stand out. The Casio EX-Z60 black is now attracting attention. The colour variation in matt-brushed body is the ideal everyday accessory. Additionally, this hand gem is also captivate with its useful technical features: 6 Megapixels, a 3x optical zoom, Anti Shake DSP and a 2.5-inch TFT colour display make the small design camera a giant in its class. The Casio EX Z60 black is available at retail from the end of March 2006.|
Casio Exilim EX-Z60 - Compact camera|
The Casio Exilim digital camera line is a culmination of Casio’s core technologies of miniaturization and digital technology resulting in a smaller, higher resolution camera. Casio Exilim has led the current digital camera trend of stylish, compact and fast action functions. The Casio Exilim EX-Z60 black is the latest in Casio’s pursuit of a compact digital camera that is both high tech and hassle-free, bringing the fun and enjoyment of digital photography to everyone.
Casio EX Z60 specification
• 6.0 Megapixel high resolution CCD and 3X optical zoom lens
• Large easy-to-see 2.5-inch TFT LCD display
• Anti Shake DSP, which reduces blurring caused by shaky hands or moving subjects
• 95.2mm (W) X 60.6mm (H) X 19.8mm (D), thinnest point: 16.2 mm
• Slim body enhanced by rounded edges and shape
• Stylish design accentuated by a sophisticated framework
• Once powered on, the camera is ready to take pictures in approximately 1.4 seconds
• High-speed picture playback of approximately 0.1 seconds
• Subjects appear brightly on the display monitor even under low light conditions
• Rapid Flash enables three consecutive, high speed flash photos in only one second
• Soft Flash prevents over exposure when taking shots in Macro, etc.
• Revive Shot refreshes the colors of old, faded photos and saves them in digital format
• The 33 scene BEST SHOT enables selection of the appropriate camera setting
• Easy Mode menu is a simplified camera interface for user-friendly operation
• Auto Macro mode allows for automatic switching between macro and auto focus modes
• 9-Point Multi AF
• Quick Shutter function reduces mistakes by facilitating high-speed focusing
• Flash Assist mode compensates for poorly illuminated areas within the shot
• Exposure Warning mode warns over or under exposure via an on-screen display
• Icon Help function provides icon guidance when adjusting camera settings
• Direct On button allows quick startup in both shooting and playback modes
• One-touch BEST SHOT button for selecting appropriate mode for your shot
Casio Exilim EX Z60 black - Design and Camera interface
In addition to its compact and stylish red design, a noteworthy Casio Exilim EX-Z60 function includes Revive Shot, which refreshes faded colours of old photos by bringing them back to life in digital format, automatically adjusts for obliquity even when photos are shot while still in the album. The Rapid Flash function enables three consecutive, high-speed flash photos in only one second, ensuring that no special moments are missed. The Easy Mode setting provides a simplified, easy to understand, and convenient version of the settings menu and camera interface, designed especially for first time users but also helpful to those who prefer a basic camera settings interface as well.
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.