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Casio's Latest in Point-and-Shoot Digital Cameras

Casio Updates Exilim Digicam Line
Casio announced an update to its line of top notch and fashionably slim Exilim point-and-shoot digicams at a press conference yesterday. The new EX-S10, EX-Z80, EX-Z100, EX-Z200 add some fancy new features and a bevy of new color choices.

The EX-S10 is "the world's smallest and slimmest" 10-megapixel camera, and adds iTunes (read iPod/iPhone/iPod Touch) compatibility to Casio's existing YouTube capture mode for easy transfer of your videos and photos. The S10 also adds a one-button video feature, so you don't have to dig through menus or turn any knobs to capture video as you do with most other cameras, just hit the separate capture button and start shooting full motion video. Lastly, but certainly not least(ly), the new camera also gets some fancy auto shutter technology that makes it much easier to capture that perfect image because it lets the camera wait until subjects are stationary or centered in frame before snapping that photo.

The other three cameras announced today build on those features. The Z80 adds face detection to the auto shutter line up. While the Z100 and Z200 and wide angle lenses, and higher optical zooms (4x). The Z200 distinguishes itself from the Z100 by adding image stabilization.

All the new cameras are available in a variety of model specific colors on top of the standard silver and black. Check out the Z80's lime green shade, and the Z100's brown tint. It's always good to have options.

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