Casio introduces the TRYX, a revolutionary new camera with a radically new form factor. With a variable frame design, the TRYX can adapt to fit the user’s preferred shooting style. You can hold the TRYX in countless positions, the body can act as tripod and the camera can hang from a hook, doorknob or other surface. You can even rotate the LCD screen for taking perfect self portrait.
The Casio TRYX features a 12.1 Megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, EXILIM Engine HS image processor, a 21mm wide angle lens with High-Speed SR Zoom technology and a 3-inch Super Clear LCD touchscreen. The camera offers Contrast Detection Auto Focus, ISO up to 3200, High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging, and Full HD 1080p video recording capability. It also support slow‑motion video.
Casio TRYX comes with also built-in motion sensor that can be used to trigger the self timer. The camera uses SD/SDHC and SDXC cards, and offers HDMI output. It will be available in April for $249.99 (pre-order at Amazon).
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Posted February 17th, 2011 in News by Michael