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The Casio Tryx is a compact digital camera designed to be able to turn, twist, hang and stand.

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Pros

futuristic design

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good image quality for the price

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slim and easily pocketable

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responsive and intuitive touchscreen interface - only 2 physical buttons on the device (power and shutter)

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mini-HDMI output for direct playback of images and video onto compatible displays/HDTVs

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records to easy to find, affordable and capacious SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards

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solid metal build quality

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affordable price point

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capable of recording video in full 1080p high definition

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Cons

no optical zoom

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very poor battery life - only about 100 shots

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internal battery - must charge after use to use again, can't bring a second battery along

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poor in low light situations

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The Casio Tryx is a compact digital camera designed to be able to turn, twist, hang and stand to allow for the user to take pictures from multiple angles. Featured is a 12.1MP CMOS sensor, a 12.5x optical zoom lens, and a 3” touchscreen display. Signature is the Exilim Engine HS, which can capture full 1080p high-definition video at 30fps, as well as extremely slow-motion footage (240fps) at 432x320. There is also support for 350-degree panorama shots (integrated rotation), HDR-ART for combining continuous shots with different exposures, and built-in social software for auto uploads to the Internet.

Features
  • Compact Digital Camera
  • Super Thin, Variable Frame Design
  • Adapts To User’s Preferred Shooting Style
  • 360-Degree Rotation
  • Tripod Functionality
  • 12.1MP CMOS Sensor
  • 1.5X Single Frame SR Zoom
  • 2.0X High-Speed SR Zoom
  • 4x Digital Zoom
  • 15.9X Maximum Zoom
  • 3" TFT Color Touchscreen
  • JPEG Still Images Up To 4000x3000
  • H.264/AVC Videos Up To 1080p@30fps
  • IMA-ADPCM Monaural Audio
  • Monaural Speaker/Microphone
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion
  • ISO 3200
  • SD/SDHC/SDXC Expansion
  • USB Hi-Speed
  • HDMI Micro/Type D
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Anonymous
08/03/2011 11:47

In the past years I have purchased three pocket type casio cameras, my first one in 2006, my second camera in 2008 and my third camera in 2009. I gave my daughter and granddaughter my old cameras. While I was in Hawaii in May 2011, I purchased the new Casio Tryx camera to take pictures of my daughter's graduation in Oahu. To my dissapointment my Casio Tryx did not take nearly as good quality pictures and videos as my old casio cameras. The battery life is short because I was using the "flash"? or the picture colors were too bright or too dark. I was sold by the fancy twist and turn of the Tryx casio camera and I compromised the "basics" of a camera..
that is...1. It should take good quality pictures, 2. It should take good quality pictures at night with a flash when needed, 3. It should take good quality pictures indoors with a flash as needed. 4. As a consumer, we should be able to replace the batteries as needed. so the we can capture those special moments. 5. The batteries should be rechargeable.
Perhaps it's time to move on to other brand camera's...maybe Samsung?

Johnny T

Johnny T

08/04/2011 04:08

Can go wrong with Panasonic, price might abit higher than average but the quality is there.

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