If you’re in the market for a new compact camera but don’t want to spend as much as you would have if you had gone for a DSLR or mirrorless, you might be interested in checking out Casio’s latest release which comes in the form of the Casio Exilim EX-10. The release of the EX-10 has been pegged for the 29th of November, although it appears that for now it will be available only in Japan, but perhaps down the line Casio might release it into international markets, so it’s definitely worth keeping an eye out for.
As far as specs are concerned, Casio is calling the EX-10 the “World’s First” when it comes to its premium bracketing feature, allowing users to choose between a variety of bracketing modes. This includes focus, aperture, brightness, white balance, contrast, and saturation. Other than that the camera will also feature a 12MP sensor, a 4x optical zoom lens with an aperture of f/1.8-2.5. It will also sport 5-axis image stabilization, a 3.5” tilting LCD display, Full HD video capture, 6fps shooting, and built-in WiFi connectivity that will allow users to transfer photos wirelessly from the camera to another device. Pricing has been set at ¥79,800 which is roughly $797.
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