Casio Unveils New Exilim Ultra Low-Light Camera

With a ton of features for the outdoorsman.

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Casio has unveiled a new camera for its Exilim Outdoor Recorder line intended for ultra low-light situations. It uses a back-illuminated CMOS sensor with 1.9 million extra-large pixels for recording light, featuring an impressive ISO 51,200 and noise suppression circuitry. Boasting an f/2.8 lens and a 3-inch LCD screen with a detachable body and lens, the camera can be used remotely and controlled via Bluetooth. It is also drop, water, freeze and dust-proof for the true outdoorsman. Additionally, the camera is capable of recording Full HD videos at 30 fps with 3 stops of stablization. The camera will be available exclusively in Asia this December.

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