Casio EX-TR100 Review

October 7, 2011 | Gavin Stoker |

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Reviews of the Casio EX-TR100 from around the web. »

Given the sheer quantity of marketing muscle that Casio put behind the Tryx, you'd think the company was gearing up to rival Nikon and Canon in the DSLR space. Instead, out popped the outre device you see above. Without qualification, this is one of the strangest, most bizarrely designed cameras we've ever seen, featuring a pop-out display and a grand total of two buttons for operation.
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The creative minds of the Casio boffins have been hard at work again, delivering a camera that looks like a phone but with the flexibility of being able to rotate the 3in LCD screen through 360 degrees horizontally and 270 degrees vertically. Physically, it’s virtually the same dimensions as an iPhone 4 so it’s thin enough to slip into a pocket yet packs a 12MP CMOS sensor.
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Overall, the Casio TRYX is a bold attempt to provide something a bit different. While we applaud this, we do have concerns with the price and the digital zoom. At £250 the TRYX has to compete against some fairly high-spec compacts with superior zoom lenses and better overall image quality. Perhaps if the TRYX was closer to £150 than £250 Casio might have a winner on its hands. As it stands we’re not so sure.
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The Casio EXILIM TRYX EX-TR100 was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011 where we first managed to get our hands on it. An innovative idea, the TRYX TR100 has a rotating outer frame that can be twisted into various fashions - it can act as a tripod or even a hook - for more unusual shooting angles. With the capacity for 270 degrees of vertical rotation and an endless 360 degree horizontal rotation it's also idea for self-portraits. But what else is there that makes the TRYX desirable? The What Digital Camera Casio EXILIM TRYX TR100 review takes a look...
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