Casio Launches Ultimate ‘Selfie’ Camera



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Casio has released a new ‘selfie’ camera, which has a 14-megapixel sensor hidden behind a curved mirror. The Exilim MR1, given the catchy nickname “Kawaii Selfie by Mirror Camera”, uses a wide-angle lens and face detection to capture the whole of the user’s face, even close-up.

The Exilim MR1 can also shoot 1080p video, has built-in WiFi, and has 4x digital zoom. On the rear is a 2.7-inch LCD screen and basic controls, with on-board image editing including skin tone adjustment and filters. The 700mAh can power up to 230 photographs.

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The device has been launched in Hong Kong for around $330.

Source: electronista


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One Response to “Casio Launches Ultimate ‘Selfie’ Camera”
  1. Wayne says:

    $330 for a silly selfie cam? To even consider such a thing your vanity must far exceed your sensibility which is made painfully conspicuous by it’s absence.

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