Hi Readers! Today going to introduce you guys the latest edition of Casio Exilim digital camera – ZR1000, a revolution in high-speed photography which able to give you a sharp and clear image as well as the extraordinary photo effect without any use of Photoshop software program.
The Casio Exilim EX-ZR1000 is power by the new ‘Exilim Engine HS 3’ which offer the “Triple Zero” solution, eliminating delays, blurring and shaking. With this, it allows you to take a better quality of pictures in a fast, easy and reliable way.
Casio EX-ZR1000 consist of 16.1 megapixels with high sensitivity CMOS Sensor, 3 inch of tilt TFT colour LCD display and motion shutter, 24mm wide-angle lens with 12.5x optical zoom, in built Premium Auto Pro function and the LCD screen of this camera allow you to flip full 180 degrees up for self-portraits shot and group shot.
Talk about the camera in-built filter effect, one of my favourite filters was the HDR ART effect. The HDR ART mode of this Casio Exilim EX-ZR1000 digital camera creates a beautiful photo enhancement which gave me an extraordinary graphical effect in a normal picture shot taken. It just simply turns a picture into wonder! To add on, HDR ART mode is good in taking landscape photography and for your more information, Casio Exilim EX-ZR1000 has total of 31 different in-built filter effects!
Casio Exilim EX-ZR1000 Specification:
- 16.1 megapixels Camera
- Support RAW, JPEG, DCF format image
- Built-in Flash Memory 52.2MB
- Support SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card , SDXC Memory Card compatible
- Video support up to 1920×1080, 30fps
- Auto Focus and Contrast Detection
- Focal Length from F4.24 to 53.0mm
- 3.0 TFT Colour LCD Screen
- Weight 255g and Battery Life about 5 hours 20 minutes
- Support HDMI, USB Port, Mini output, USB Charging
After all, I had enjoyed using this digital camera and I hope you guys will like it too. The Casio EX-ZR1000 camera is currently available at Casio Singapore selling at S$599. Well, stay tune for my next post about Casio EX-ZR 1000, I will be giving tips on how to make use of the HDR ART filter mode in reconstruct your picture into more CG effect!