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Exilim gets extra slim

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Casio were the first to make the slim digital cameras which are now made even more stylish by Sony. today, Casio announced the Exilim EX S600. the new digital camera has 6.0MP, 3x optical zoom, and a 2.2 inch screen. other than that, it has anti shake, long battery life (300 shots per charge), MPEG 4 VGA video at 30fps, and a docking cradle that can connect to the TV display. it's a great looking camera and despite all competition Casio has these day, they are still putting out stylish and practical cameras. best of all, the camera comes in 4 colors, including orange. with everything "standard" these days, it's difficult to choose between cameras. the best way is to try out the camera or read about reviews published on websites. most cameras are capable of delivering top notch photos but i'm not sure if 6MP is necessary on such a compact camera, just might waste hard drive space. [equipbug]
go for the EX S500 for the same looks but smaller file size and cheaper deal.
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photos courtesy of dc.casio.jp

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10:45 AM

Casio has been producing this EX-S series for quite some years. Starting from the 3MP EX-S100, using the tiny ceramic lens, to the 5MP EX-S500 which was only released about 6 months ago, here comes the EX-S600 which is in 6MP. Phewww...for those who like buying new digital products, can you still keep up with the pace?    



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