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Casio unveils world's smallest optical zoom digital camera

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Casio unveils world's smallest optical zoom digital camera

Casio India has launched the world's smallest digital camera with an optical zoom (2.8X) lens, the Exilim Card EX-S100, in India.

The camera and its lens owe their exceptionally compact packaging to another world's first, the application of ceramic lens technology, providing a great advance in optical quality with a greater strength than glass.

The new camera has been developed as a flagship model of the Exilim (extra slim) series. The key feature of the camera is the use of the world's first transparent ceramic lens within an ultra slim 2.8X optical zoom lens unit.

The EX-S 100 takes a volume of just 79cc and measuring a very compact 88x57mm. It is only 16.7mm thick.


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