Casio Exilim EX-TR50
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Casio Exilim EX-TR50 Review
If you’re looking for a unique camera that can do a good job when put to work, then Casio Exilim EX-TR50 is the device you’re looking for. Long before you’ll notice the features that allow this camera to get a place on any shortlist, you’ll be struck by the design. The unique looks of this camera make it highly recommendable to ladies that want a compact camera for high quality selfies. The front panel has a unique texture that gives different color reflections as light strikes it, but there’s more than just good looks when it comes to the camera.
This compact camera has a 11MP sensor, and it can easily shoot high quality, crisp images. Aside from this, it’s also able to record Full HD content. Both videos and photos can be easily transferred from the camera to other devices thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi feature. Thus, you can pair your smartphone with the Casio Exilim EX-TR50 and have your favorite photo up on social media in seconds. The screen is easily manageable, as it’s a touchscreen one, so you will get used to navigating through the menus in no more than minutes.
The shutter is speed is remarkably high, reaching a maximum speed of 1/16000 seconds, although the Casio Exilim EX-TR50 lacks a good continuous shooting mode. The maximum speed in this mode does not exceed 1 fps, so fast-action scenes are going to be difficult to capture with this camera. You can change ISO settings and go up to 3,200, which should be just enough if you’re not looking to shoot in really dark environments, for example.
The Casio Exilim EX-TR50 is able to create 3D images thanks to the 3D Shooting feature added in the menu. Aside from this, you can also put this Casio camera to work if you’re looking to capture a panorama. As we’ve mentioned earlier, selfies are definitely on the menu when it comes to working with this camera, and a great helping hand for this matter is the face detection focus feature, that allows for automatic focus on your face. Focusing is done automatically at all times, depending on the shooting mode, so you might sometimes feel the lack of the manual focus feature, as well as that of the manual exposure one. However, the EX-TR50 seems to be actually designed for fast quality photos, when there’s not really time for all sorts of fine tweaks in the manual realm of photo settings.
One thing that we wish the Casio Exilim EX-TR50 compact camera would have employed is the RAW shooting mode, which is lacking from the menu. On top of this, the battery life is enough for around 240 shots, but you shouldn’t worry about this, as a selfie session or a walk in the park shouldn’t top this amount of photos. Overall, if you’re looking for a highly compact camera that can work well in urban environments, the EX-TR50 model from Casio is the camera you need in your purse.