Whenever we take our camera into the lowlight area for shooting the very first thing we check in camera is how its ISO range, then aperture, sensors etc. Sometime it is daunting task for some cameras to snap detailed images in lowlight so a lot of factors matter in getting sharp and noiseless images in dark conditions. But now, the Japanese company Casio launched a latest Casio Exilim FR110H, which is an addition to the Exilim Outdoor Recorder line (first released in 2002) and is claimed to be a sailor in ultra-lowlight conditions that comes with back-illuminated CMOS sensor with 1.9 extra-large pixels.
The Exilim FR110H offers ISO 51200 and new noise suppression circuitry, plus a high speed Exilim engine HS ver.3. This newly announced Casio camera integrates numbers of remarkable specifications including an F2.8 lens with the angle of view of a 20mm on a full frame camera and also implements 3″ LCD screen give you some extra special setting while working in very low light areas. Based on the detachable format of the FR series, Exilim FR110H letting the body and the lens unit to be separated for remote capture with feature control maintained via Bluetooth. The camera is drop-, water-, freeze- and dust-proof. Also, one can record 1080p at 30fps and give you crisp and detailed images and videos since the camera engineered 3 stops of stabilization.
The camera will be released in Asia only and available from 9th December, 2016. However, they didn’t release the asking price yet.
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