While using the selfie pose is a great way to try and fit in a group shot, sometimes the group might be too big to fit into the frame, or perhaps you’re looking for a different kind of pose. There are alternatives such as using a timer or a remote shutter, but if you’d rather use a remote shutter as it can be more convenient, then Casio’s upcoming EX-FR10 camera could be of interest to you.
According to the reports, Casio is apparently set on announcing the EX-FR10 action camera in the near future. As you can see in the image above, the camera is not your typical looking camera and actually looks more like a webcam, although there is a reason for its design. As you can see in the bottom portion of the camera, it can be detached from the lens and act as a remote shutter.
It also functions as the camera’s LCD display, although it is admittedly pretty small, but then again the camera is meant to be an action camera so we guess its compactness makes it easier to bring around with you. Apart from that nifty feature, the EX-FR10 is expected to be both dust and shock proof and water resistant.
It will sport a 1/2.3-inch 14MP sensor and a 21mm f/2.8 lens with 4x digital zoom. It will be able to capture video at 1920 resolution at 30fps and will support microSD, microSDHC, and microSDXC memory cards. No word on when on how much it will cost, but we will be keeping our eyes peeled for more info.
Filed in casio.. Read more about
Next Story: Additional Nikon D750 Specs Revealed [Rumor]