Casio Europe announces EX-N5 and EX-N50 compact cameras
Casio Europe has announced the Exilim EX-N5 and EX-N50 16MP entry-level compact cameras. Both come with a similar feature set of the EX-ZS30 announced today, including 26-156mm equiv. optical zoom lenses, 2.7" LCDs and a set of eight Art Shot filters. The cameras differ only in terms of finish - the EX-N50 features a textured pinstripe pattern on its front, while the EX-N5 comes with two-tone silver ring around the lens. There is currently no information on price and availability.
Casio Releases EXILIM Digital Cameras Designed for Any Lifestyle
|Casio Exilim EX-N50|
Norderstedt, February 18, 2013 – Casio Europe GmbH and its parent company, Casio Computer Co., Ltd., today announce the release of two new EXILIM compact digital cameras, the EX-N5 and EX-N50. Featuring thoughtfully selected colors and textures for users to choose from, one of these cameras is sure to match any lifestyle.
The new models have rounded bodies that are easy to grip, and employ a CMF Design*1 approach that considers not only color, but also material and finish. These three elements are integrated to realize uniquely appealing designs, with a range of variations to appeal to the preferences of a broad spectrum of users. Users are invited to choose the model that matches their lifestyle.
EX-N5 for those who like high–quality style and clean lines
This model features a two–tone silver ring around the lens. While serving as the centerpiece of the whole design, the ring evokes a cool, intellectual image. Furthermore, the transparent coating applied to the entire body gives the camera a deep luster and pearly shine, reinforcing the high–quality look. The EX-N5 comes in four colors: black, silver, white, and red.
EX-N50 for a more mature, elegant look
Featuring a textured pinstripe pattern applied first, the inner of surface of the front panel is finished with a pearly topcoat. The look changes slightly depending on the angle of the light, while the pearly shine and subdued color scheme creates an elegant impression. The EX-N50 comes in three colors: silver, blue and red.
Both new cameras both have a CCD with an effective resolution of 16.1 megapixels and a wide–angle 26mm, 6x optical zoom lens. They offer advanced shooting features such as Premium Auto, which automatically analyzes the scene to choose the best settings and performs optimal image processing. They also come with the Art Shot function with eight artistic effects that alter the stylistic impression of photos, such as Fish Eye and Toy Camera. It has never felt so good to take beautiful, fun shots with these and many other cutting–edge features.
*1 CMF Design integrates the three elements of color, materials and finishing (CMF) to realize appealing designs. CMF Design is employed in a variety of fields including product design, architecture and interior design. It is one of today?s leading design trends.
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