Monday, June 29, 2015

Casio TR60

If you understand me well enough, you'll surely know that I am a huge camera freak. I love trying out new cameras so I was exhilarated when I was told that I'll be given the newly launched Casio EX-TR60 to play around with! I gave it a full battery charge and took it out with me the next day & I've been carrying it around since. 

Here are some product shots of the EX-TR60 before I proceed to share with you pictures I took on this small but mighty body! 

So many reasons to love this camera and one of it is its size that fits in perfect with my hands.

I also really like how you can flip the LCD 360 degrees for various angles - You can even use the "frame" as a tripod!

This is the screen that'll greet you when you turn on the camera and I'd like to highlight 3 functions that I personally use a lot. 

1) EXILIM Connect 
In addition to WIFI connectivity, the new TR60 is the first of the EXILIM-TR range to incorporate Bluetooth Smart Technology, enabling faster and a more stable connectivity to a smartphone via that EXILIM Connect App. Once connected, the images on my camera can be automatically updated to my phone and I can easily control the camera remotely, continue to view, select and edit photos on my phone even when the camera is switched off - How cool is that?!

Click here for a detailed information about the EXILIM Connect. 

2) Make-up Mode
Casio's make-up technology consists of 12 varying levels of smoothness and skin tone on 6 levels from fair to tan. Now we can all have fair and flawless skin! 

Here is an image of Gecks and I  with skin tone at level 0 and smoothness at level 4. The picture turned out so good, no further editing was required. 

The EX-TR60 uses a large 1/1.7 inch CMOS sensor and a molded glass lens that actually allows more light to reach the senor hence subtle details such as the subject's most delicate features are clearly captured, leading to vibrant images even in low light conditions. 

The EX-TR60 also features a Make Up Bracketing Mode which simultaneously captures 3 images with varying skin tones, cutting back time in getting the PERFECT selfie. 

3) Self-Timer
The self timer function is great for group shots and I really love how convenient it is! All I have to do is drag the self timer button downward to specify the countdown duration (2-10 seconds) and the camera will automatically shoot an image when the countdown reaches 0.

Moving on to my favourite feature of the EX-TR60 > Selfie Art Mode 

The Selfie Art Mode features 6 artistic effects namely High Key, Foggy, Fairy, Nostalgia, Vivid & "Square" which automatically adjusts the image ratio to 1:1, just for Instagram! :P Below are some of the images I took on the EX-TR60 with absolutely no editing! Please don't judge my selfies D: 

High Key; Results in a natural lighting effect 

Nostalgia; Evokes a sentimental mode 

Fairy; Accentuates feminine facial features 

Vivid; Brightens photos
I personally like to use this mode for food and objects 

Other than the awesome art filters, I'm also very pleased with the built-in flash that isn't too harsh! I bet you wouldn't have guessed that the photos below were taken with flash if I didn't tell you :P 

Vivid + Flash 

High Key + Flash 

Click HERE to find out more about the specs of this camera and also follow their FB page for latest updates HERE! I'll definitely be sharing more photos taken by this camera on this blog.

*Exclusively for EX- TR60 Nuffnang Influencers' Readers*
Redeem a $100 G-Factory voucher with every purchase of the EX-TR60 from 1st to 31st July! Only applicable for purchases done at EXILIM authorized retailers:  Collection of vouchers must be done latest by 7th of August 2015.

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The redemption of the vouchers will be done at Mojito Redemption Centre (#04-10) at Funan DigitaLife Mall and readers will have to flash this post and present the proof of purchase + IC upon collection of the vouchers.

Thanks for reading and have a blessed week ahead! x

1 comment

  1. What is the model of the fujifilm camera that you used?


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