New Casio Exilim S3 Now With 3.2Mega-Pixel!

Posted: Mar 3 2003, 9:57am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:43pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

New Casio Exilim S3 Now With 3.2Mega-Pixel!
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Casio announced a new version of its cool Exilim Camera Series.
The Exilim S3 features 3.2Mega-Pixel and a 3x digital Zoom.
The Screen is now also bigger with 2". The camera is still the same card-size format and only weighs 72g, which makes it the world lightest 3 Mega-Pixel Camera.
The camera will hit the shelf end of March.

See also I4U Story about New Colors ( Pearl white, Crystal Azure and Frozen Mauve) for Exilim.

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