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Casio's T7 killer?

Thin is In. as usual, the war for making the smallest camera is as competitive as ever. Leading the pack was Sony's T1, then T33, then T7. But Casio was never far behind with the Ex Slim series, and now with the EX S500, they are matching the T7 in every way. With 5 MP, and only 13.7 mm at the thinnest part, the EX S500 packs a big punch. It has 3x optical zoom, 2.2 inch CCD screen, 640x480 @ 30 fps movie capabilities, anti shake function, but no view finder. if you're looking for a small camera that's fast, i'd say take a look at these, but in the end it still might be Canon's SD400. we'll have to see if there's a lot of purple fringing on this one (as they are more prone with compacts), because Canon's SD400 only problem is the purple death ray! [equipbug]

did i mention this camera will come in orange?
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Casio S500Frontbackgry
photos courtesy of www.dpreview.com

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