Casio announces Exilim EX-ZR800 digital camera with powerful image stabilization

exilimCasio today announced the release of the EX-ZR800, a new model in its popular High Speed EXILIM line of digital cameras. A powerful 25 mm wide-angle, 18x optical zoom lens is fitted elegantly into the compact body. When shooting in HS Anti Shake mode, camera shake occurring along five axes (Vertical Shift, Horizontal Shift, etc.) is precisely corrected. Going even further, Casio has integrated optical image stabilization (2 stops) with its technology for combining high-speed burst images (up to 9 shots) to achieve stabilization equivalent to 5 stops slower in terms of shutter speed. This allows users to take amazingly crisp, clear photos without a tripod—even night scenes and zoom shots—making the camera ideal for capturing images like city lights while traveling or zoom photos of children playing or competing in sporting events.

The new camera also features other enhanced shooting functions. This is the first EXILIM to have a Time Lapse function that allows users to capture the movement of clouds in the sky, or people and cars at an intersection, showing long-time movement sped up. Casio has added a new “sparkling shot” filter effect to ART Shot, which lets users create original artistic photos and movies. These functions make it easy to take creative shots without changing lenses or making complicated settings.
Main Features of the EX-ZR800:-

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