More Features Than You’d Ever Hope to Find in Such a Small Design.
The Casio EX-ZR10 has the new EXILIM HS ENGINE plus a highly-sensitive, 12-megapixel,
CMOS backside-illuminated image sensor. The fast-speed burst shooting adds a professional flair to simple camera operations such as viewing, shooting, and recording. It's high speed engine allows users to
capture highly accurate videos and detailed uninterrupted shooting using the multiple CPU support, a processor that
is reconfigurable, and twin image circuits for processing.
With the Casio HDR engineering, several exposures may be integrated to create one sharp photo at the
click of the shutter. Allowing both dark and light areas to be clearly evident in the photo while minimizing washed out or excessively dark locations.
The wide array of shooting choices also features Premium Auto which captures beautiful images with just the click of the shutter, and Slide Panorama mode that lets users to easily shoot 360-degree panoramic photographs. The camera additionally provides a full array of video modes.
Supplementing high-speed movie shooting as slow as 480 feet per second for slow motion videos, the EX-ZR10 additionally captures full (H.264) HD movies . While capturing a movie, photographers can also shoot still images using the optical zoom plus the burst shooting modes
The 28 mm 7X wide-angle optical zoom lens attains zoom execution equivalent to a 35mm 14X optical zoom using the Casio Multi Frame Zoom, it essentially combines several still pictures to create one crisp, clear image. Additionally, integrated into the new processing engine are twin image processing circuits which dramatically cut down the the time between photos, plus ultra-fast speed burst capture grabs crucial instances at a maximum rate of 40 shots a second. These functions combined assure that you’ll never pass up a shot.
The standard HDR, results in photos that are out of focus and blurry. Much more of inferior quality than the standard auto-mode. The "Art HDR" function doesn't begin to compare with those amazing HDR images that seem to be everywhere you look. Don't be duped, all you get is a distressing edition of something resembling a corrupted HDR image I shot over 50 images and, not a single one was worth saving, they were actually dreadful to look at.
The full HD movie mode is decent. although there is not option to capture video in 720p in place of 1080p, to conserve on HDD room
The Casio 264 format, not supported by a majority of DVD media players. So they may only be watched on a computer monitor for now. The regular auto-mode Images are a way less quality than a 5 year old ixus.
Aug 15, 2011,
announced Sep 20, 2010