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Mark Peters : January 8th 2004 - 10:02 CET
Casio QV-R51 digital camera introduction

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CasioDuring CES, Las Vegas, Casio introduced a new compact digital camera. The exceptionally compact QV-R51 boasts a large 2.0-inch LCD screen and 3X optical zoom, all in a stylish body. Furthermore, it is among the industry-leading digital cameras, with a one-second startup and 0.01 second release time lag for quick response, ensuring you never miss a moment. Time from when the shutter release button is fully depressed with the built-in flash turned off and focus locked. Having introduced the first consumer-affordable digital camera in 1995, Casio is a pioneer in the digital camera market, delivering product and performance refinement while reducing the size of the camera and delivering greater ease-of-use to consumers.
Casio QV-R51 digital camera introductionCasio has become synonymous with continually packing advanced, yet easy-to-use features and high-resolution capabilities into beautiful and practical compact digital camera designs such as the EXILIM line of super-slim digital cameras. This is why more and more people are making Casio their digital camera of choice.

The new QV-R51 compact digital camera packs a large 2.0-inch LCD screen, 5-Megapixel CCD resolution and other advanced, useful features. Using the latest in LSI design, Casio has been able to further enhance its high-performance graphic engine, delivering superior performance with unbelievably realistic, high-resolution pictures, deliver nearly instantaneous startup and quick response, as well as improve the battery life to shoot as many as 900 pictures (2 1/2 hours) on a single charge. A large 2.0-inch LCD screen enables users to comfortably view the pictures taken and share the moment with friends and family.

"Today's cameras are as much about style as performance, and the new QV-R51 comes in a superb aluminum body that delivers a premium look and feel," said John Clough, president of Casio, Inc. "Coupled with all the features you have come to expect from Casio, this camera also includes useful features such as One-Touch buttons that let you start the camera up in either record mode or play mode instantly," Clough said. The camera also has a Best Shot Mode with 21 settings built in to let you take clear, beautiful shots in any lighting conditions. The new QV-R51 delivers performance and refinement in a compact, stylish body that goes anywhere, anytime.

QV-R51's Easy-To-Use Features:
- High performance, compact digital camera
- 5 megapixel CCD with 3X optical zoom
- Large, easy-to-view 2.0” TFT LCD screen
- Long battery life: take as many as 900 pictures on a single charge
- Direct-On for simple one-touch recording and playback
- Uses regular AA-size Alkaline battery or AA-size Lithium battery
- Compact, high-class aluminum body design that fits perfectly in your hand.




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