At A Glance
Casio’s EX-ZR10 gives you more features than you’d ever expect to find in such a small design. Powered by the EXILIM Engine HS, the camera features a back illuminated CMOS Sensor with Shift Stabilization, Wide-Angle 28mm-196 mm, 7X Optical Zoom that with High-Speed SR Zoom that doubles the range to 14X Zoom. It offers BEST SHOT Modes for any situation as well as slow motion video at an astounding 480 frames per second. It features Casio’s industry-leading High Dynamic Range (HDR) capture delivering amazing photos that capture life the way the human eye sees it and adds HDR-Art Mode which turns ordinary, everyday shots into stunning artistic masterpieces. Add in Full HD 1080p movie recording with stereo sound, and the ability to capture still images while shooting a movie and you have one of the most versatile and most powerful cameras Casio has ever offered.
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|HIGH-SPEED SR ZOOM|
Image precision beyond the optical zoom
High-Speed Super Resolution Zoom enables clear multiple-magnification zoom without the need for an optical zoom. High-Speed Continuous Shutter (CS) Technology instantly captures a burst of images, and then combination technology precisely analyzes and positions each frame to piece together a clear, detailed final image.
|HIGH-DYNAMIC RANGE (HDR) TECHNOLOGY|
Producing the perfect shot
HDR (High-Dynamic Range) combines information from a burst of multiple images and unites the most detailed portions of each image (taken at different exposures) for a beautiful, never-before-possible wide dynamic range.
An entirely new take on photographic expression
Casio's exclusive HDR-ART creates a totally new artistic approach to photography. By taking a burst of CS images, slightly adjusting the relative strength of contrast, and then combining them into one image, HDR-Art transforms everyday moments into jaw-dropping works of art.
Capture the bigger picture
Simply by panning the ZR10 across the scene with the shutter button pressed, the Slide Panorama feature makes it easy to take 360° panoramic images. And while the camera pans, moving objects and faces are recognized and the images adapted such that distortions and blurring are kept to a minimum.