Casio Exilim EX-S2 and EX-M2 to replace EX-S1/M1
Less than in a half-year after CeBIT 2002, where Casio presented two miniature Exilim EX-S1 and EX-M1 digital cameras, it announced Exilim EX-S2 and EX-M2. They differ from their predecessors by 2-megapixel sensor instead of 1.3-megapixel CCD. EX-S2 and EX-M2 are expected for sale on September 28 for 40000 yens ($338) and 50000 yens ($423) and higher.
Both models feature 1/1.8-inch Hyper CCD-LENS, 2-megapixel matrix combined with lens. Camera lens provide F:3.2 aperture and 36 mm (35-mm equiv.) focal length. Minimal focusing distance is 1 meter. Supported resolutions: 1600x1200, 1280x960, 640x480. Cameras support ExifPrint and PIM II.
Novelties have 1.6-inch TFT LCD display and optical viewfinder. Images are stored to SD/MMC cards and to 12MB of built-in flash memory. Shutter speed is 0.01 sec, maximum exposure is 0.9 sec.
"í" model differs by íò3 playback functionality. Besides, EX-M2 enables to record video with sound, up to 30 sec at 320È240. At MP3 playback battery provides up to 5.5-hour operation. EX-S2 size is 88È11.3È55 mm, EX-M2 88È12.4È55 mm, weight is 88 and 91 g, respectively.
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