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The Casio QV-10 was the first digital camera with a built in screen, released in 1995, it is credited with starting the whole digital camera revolution. Casio were showing this camera, along with other important cameras in their history, right up to the latest models.
Casio History Part One (Click to view larger)
Casio History Part 2 - Exilim Story (Click to view larger)
Casio History Part 2 is all about the Exilim and high speed cameras, with notable camera models on display being the compact Casio Exilim S1 released in 2002, and the Casio Exilim Z3 released in 2003. Following on from these, the next camera shown was the first "High Speed" camera from Casio, shooting at 60fps at 6 megapixels, the Casio PRO EX-F1, released in 2008.
|Casio Exilim S1||Casio Pro EX-F1|
As you can see the first Casio Exilim (the S1) is very different to the first ever high speed Casio (the Pro EX-F1), but if you've been looking carefully at the Casio history part two above, you'll hopefully see how they got to the newest model, the Casio Exilim ZR1000, which is a combination of a compact camera and high speed shooting:
Read our Casio Exilim ZR1000 Hands-On Preview.