Casio helps you see in the dark: 2-megapixel camera has fast lens, high ISO and special processing


posted Friday, December 9, 2016 at 11:30 AM EDT


If you shoot in very low light but don't need much resolving power, Casio has a new camera which may be right for you. The Casio EX-FR110H has a backside-illuminated CMOS sensor that packs only 1.9 megapixels, but has a native ISO up to 51,200.

The sensor's pixels are particularly large and the camera has new noise suppression circuitry. The FR110H has a built-in 20mm equivalent lens with an f/2.8 aperture. The back of the camera has a 3-inch LCD, which is detachable from the camera so you can shoot it remotely. Further, you can operate two cameras with the display, which also serves as a controller. The camera’s wireless capabilities are due to its inclusion of Bluetooth technology, which allows it to have an always-on connection and transfer images to a compatible smartphone with EXILIM Connect installed.

An image from Casio illustrating the difference in capabilities of the new EX-FR110H (left) and their other cameras (right)

Additional features include a new EXILIM Engine HS version 3 processor, camera shake reduction and 290-shot battery life. You can learn more about the camera in the product video below.

As you can tell from the video, there is no English information available about the FR110H and DPReview is reporting that it is an Asia-only product. Nonetheless, it’s very intriguing for adventurers. You can learn more about the product at its official product page.

(Seen via DIY Photography)