Casio TRYX Digital Camera Unveiled at CES; Breaks Conventional Design Aspects

January 7, 2011, By Aneej Jayan

There is some interesting news coming in from the CES as Casio unveiled their new digital camera, the Casio TRYX. The company has moved away from the conventional designing aspects and the appearance of this new camera seems to be very much interesting.

The company has crafted this camera in a way which makes it a perfect option for very different shooting situations.

It features a screen that can be swiveled to suit the needs of the users. The screen can be flipped out from the frame of the camera and this actually transforms the frame to be a camera handle. This can help the user to click their favorite shots with more ease.

This cool camera is good at specs also as it has a 12.1MP resolution and comes with a CMOS sensor. It is also equipped with dual core processors, and Casio’s EXILIM ENGINE HS. It is notable that the device is capable of recording 1080p HD videos at 30FPS and high-speed video at reduced resolution and 240 fps.

It can also be connected to Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube for sharing the photos once it is connected with your PC.

The Casio TRYX is expected to arrive into the stores near you by this April and it will be bearing a price-tag of $249.99

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