The Casio stand is a little overwhelmed by the vast Olympus stand next to it but there are interesting things to be found there. Regular demonstrations of high-speed features have become pretty standard for Casio stands at these events, and some enthusiastic presenting and deft footballing skills helped attract crowds, showing off the ZR1000's high speed capture and 'triple zero' capabilities (aiming to minimize lag, blur and shake).

A special edition of the ZR1000 with a rather nice tan leather case helps celebrate 10 years of Casio's Exilim brand (which dates back to 2002's EX-S1). Even the standard edition of the camera looks interesting - a flip-up screen and lens control ring suggests a level of photographic control we're not used to seeing from Casio.

The frequent demonstrations on the Casio stand would attract attention The ZR1000 special edition celebrates 10 years of the Exilim branded cameras
The Exilim EX-ZR1000 is built around HS Engine version 3 - the company"s latest high-speed processor. It features a lens ring control dial and Raw shooting. It has a 16MP 1/2.3" CMOS sensor and 24-300mm equivalent lens.
The EX-ZR300 offers the same 24-300mm equiv. lens range.  
The new Exilim EX-H50 has a 25-600mm equiv. lens... ...and a 16MP CCD
 Casio Exilim EX-ZS20  
Casio Exilim EX-N20  
Casio Exilim EX-N10  
Casio Exilim EX-N1  
The EX-ZR1000 has an interesting-looking specification