Affordable And Innovative: Casio Digital Cameras
The Casio Exilim line of cameras are popular with consumers who like the slim and compact body that easily hides in the palm of your hand or in a coat pocket for accessibility. Some of these Casio digital cameras come in a variety of colors so you can color coordinate with your wardrobe if you wanted to do so!
Casio EX-Z Line of CamerasOne of the hottest things on the Internet these days is You Tube because of all the inventive, silly movie shorts you can view online and even vote or rate on. Well, with several Casio digital cameras in the EX-Z line, you can enjoy the You Tube movie capture mode which also has software capabilities for loading straight onto the You Tube website. Cyber techies should really enjoy this function along with 10.1 mega pixel resolution and 2.6 LCD viewing screen.
Casio EX-S Line of CamerasThis line of Casio digital cameras is also You Tube compatible with its movie recording capabilities. However, at 8.1 mega pixel resolutions, it has less clarity (although still absolutely wonderful) than the EX-Z line of Casio’s. However, it does have a few things going for it that the EX-Z line does not like a larger LCD screen at 2.8 inches as well as face detection and recognition technology. The Casio EX-S line of cameras also comes in some eye-catching colors like bright red and blue and is among the thinnest digital cameras on the market today.
Casio EX-V Line of CamerasAt a relatively high resolution, the two Casio digital cameras in the EX-V line also have what other cameras do not – a 7.1x optical zoom! With a 2.5 inch LCD screen along with movie recording capabilities, the EX-V line packs quite a punch for those seeking a little more power. The two cameras within this line of Casio’s also have You Tube capabilities as well, which is great for the amateur movie enthusiast.
When it comes to the different lines of Casio digital cameras, you will always get an affordable, versatile and stylish piece of equipment that will serve you well. Just decide how much you are willing to spend and what your plans for the camera are and then get shopping!