Swiveling Casio Exilim EX-TR50 camera captures stunning selfies

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Clicking selfies is a bigger craze than capturing landscapes off late. People want cameras with better sensors to capture themselves – and there are selfie clicking cameras available in numbers out there. Following the success of its Exilim EX-FR10 wearable action camera that also lets you click wonderful selfies, Casio has released the Exilim EX-TR50 – a next-gen camera that lets users rotate lens, frame and LCD to capture amazing selfies easily. The 11.1 megapixels camera has high brightness LED light to capture perfect selfies in low light. Able to record videos in full HD (1920×1080) the EX-FR10 features Wi-Fi, Micro USB, Micro HDMI for connectivity.

Casio Exilim EX-TR50 comes with a novel sensor and lens and has an all-new Make-up Plus Mode to help capture self-portraits with remarkable detail. Casio’s Exilim series cameras have been using Make-up Mode for a while now – the mode allows for optimal settings while clicking self-portraits to deliver beautiful photos. The EX-TR50 take Make-up Mode to a new level with the Make-up Plus, which dramatically enhances the level of detail in capturing an image to bring out comprehensive beauty in a selfie.

Casio designed the EX-TR50 with 1/1.7-inch high-sensitivity CMOS sensor, molded glass lens and Make-up Plus mode, which together permit users to enhance the skin tone for better photos. The cameras image capturing ability is so high-res and detailed that every hair of the subject can be easily identified in the photo. Alongside, the user can personally select different settings of the skin tone and smoothness (the camera has Make-up Bracketing mode that saves three images to allow user additional skin tone settings). To be made available in three colors – Gold, Red and Violet; there is no word from Casio on how much the TR50 will cost. We presume it to be over the $1,000 price tag.

Casio Exilim EX-TR50

Via: Casio/HouseofJapan

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