Casio has announced the new Casio Exilim S200, and Z800, both compact 14 megapixel cameras, with a wide angle 27mm 4x optical zoom lens 2.7″ screen, lithium-ion batteries, 720p 20fps video, and anti-shake CCD sensor, with both available at the beginning of September 2010. The S200 shown above comes in black, silver, orange, blue and pink.
“The EXILIM Card EX-S200 is a slim, high-quality, card-sized camera that is just 17.8 mm thick and only 14.9 mm at its thinnest part, while the EXILIM Zoom EX-Z800 is compact enough to fit in the palm of the hand. Both cameras sport a 4X optical zoom lens that starts at a 27 mm wide-angle view (35 mm film camera equivalent) and is capable of taking images with an effective resolution of 14.1 megapixels, while packing numerous other camera features such as Casio’s CCD-shift image stabilization mechanism in a slim, compact and stylish body.”
The Casio Exilim Z800 specs are the same, although it comes in magenta (above), pink, blue, yellow, black and silver, and has a slightly larger body, and no focus assist lamp.
“The new cameras make use of the EXILIM Engine 5.0 and super resolution technology to take photos with exceptional clarity and resolution, while the Single Frame SR Zoom maintains image quality through 1.5 times the range of the optical zoom. Other features include the highly-regarded Premium Auto function, which automatically produces beautiful photos with just a press of the shutter button.”