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Casio Limited Edition Astro Boy Digital Camera

Casio in Japan announced a new limited edution Casio Exilim camera which was designed to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Astro Boy and this device is technically based on the EXILIM EX-S200, features a 14MP, 1/2.3″ CCD sensor, a 27mm lens with 4x optical zoom nd a 2.7″ 480×320 LCD………

 

The Japanese are very fond of the cuteness factor  and this has been further proven through the many releases of a particlar device.Casio has announced a new EXILIM digital camera that is sure to please the children and some adults that are living in Japan. The new Casio EXILIM camera is a limited edition product that has been designed to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Astro Boy cartoon series.The device will have the parts of the Exilim EX-S200 which was launched last year, albeit coming in a much more appealing and cuter form factor. Hardware specifications include a 14-megapixel CCD sensor, a 27mm lens with 4x optical zoom, and a 2.7-inch 480×320 resolution LCD display. Since this is a special Astro Boy edition, Casio decided to enhance that fact with special icons and frames based on characters who have appeared in the cult manga/anime series before.The camera features some custom Astro Boy photo frames (three frames available). With the photo frames you the parent or your child can take photos of the friends or family and have Astro Boy and friends featured as well. Also as a part of the Limited Edition package for the 60th Anniversary of Astro Boy camera Casio will include a custom Astro Boy branded camera pouch.Well Casio states they will offer the package in limited quantities (300 total with individual serial numbers) starting April 7th the birthday of Astro Boy with prices being set at equiv. to $440USD.

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Sources :digital-cameras-planet,ubergizmo

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