Casio Tryx Digital Camera: Is This The Camera For You?

We are looking back on CES 2011 and some of the cameras that were showcased at the event, so far we have already checked back on the Sony Handycam HDR-TD10, which is a full 3D camcorder, the Casio Exilim EX-ZR100 and the Olympus XZ-1.

Now we are going to take a look at another Casio camera, the Tryx. The camera was showcased in booth #11006 at CES 2011, as they say on the official Casio website, you can get it in either black or white and the specs are pretty impressive.

It has a pretty innovative design to it coupled with 12 megapixels and a back-illuminated CMOS sensor, HDMI Output, Multi-Frame Super Resolution 2x Zoom, Slow Motion Video, a 21mm Ultra-Wide Angle Lens and it even has a direct connection via Casio to social networks so you can get your pictures up straight away.

Perhaps the most interesting part of this camera is its design; let’s just say that it’s a little different to your average camera. Some of the features are shown on a separate page of the Casio website, the device is priced at $249. You can read the full technical specs from the same link mentioned above and then click on the specifications tab below the price.

What do you think of the Casio Tryx? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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    The Casio Tryx looks like any digital camera at first glance, but its 3-inch LCD high-resolution, touch screen flips out and can pivot 360 degrees, while the screen itself can rotate 270 degrees. And I have looked for information of this caliber for the last several hours. Your site is greatly appreciated.