Casio Exilim EX-FC150 Announced

Casio_EX_FC150_1Casio are launching a new point and shoot camera called the Casio Exilim EX-FC150. The camera is an upgrade from the previous EX-FC100 series camera and has been upgraded with a new CMOS sensor that can capture images at 10 megapixels. The sensor is also backlit.

The 37-185mm lens is capable of 5x optical zoom and has sensor shift stabilization. Continuous shooting can be performed up to 40 photos (not sure if that’s per second or in one burst of shots).

Just like the EX-FC100 the EX-FC150 can also capture highspeed movies at up to 1,000 frames per second although the resolution drops considerably to achieve that down to 224×64 pixels.

On the back of the camera is a 2.7 inch LCD screen and features within the camera include the Best Shots that Exilim have done for a while along with Face Recognition and the ability to capture movies in HD. The translation from Japanese to English also indicates Wireless LAN and says “Eye-Fi” enabled. Is that built in? or is it simply saying the camera can accept an Eye-Fi card? Hopefully the first of the two.

We are not sure of the release date just yet, although we were expecting that Casio would have launched details of the camera at CES, so perhaps they will arrive on shelves before Christmas.

Via: 1001 Noisy Cameras

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