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Specs of Casio EXILIM EX-G1

Casio EXILIM EX-G1 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateJan 2010
Display diagonal6.35 cm (2.5")
Display resolution (numeric)230400 pixels
Built-in microphone
Voice recording
Audio systemMono
Lens system
Optical zoom3x
Digital zoom4x
Focal length range (f-f)6.66 - 19.98 mm
Lens structure (elements/groups)11/9
Combined zoom18.7x
Weight & dimensions
Width103.5 mm
Depth19.9 mm
Height64.2 mm
Weight154 g
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity64, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
Picture quality
Camera typeCompact camera
Megapixel12.1 MP
Image sensor size1/2.3"
Sensor typeCCD
Maximum image resolution4000 x 3000 pixels
Video recording
Maximum video resolution848 x 480 pixels
Motion JPEG frame rate30 fps
Auto focusing (AF) modesFace tracking, Multi Point Auto Focus, Spot Auto Focus
Macro focusing range (wide)0.50 - ∞
Auto Mode focusing range (wide)0.10 - ∞
Manual focusing range (wide)0.10 - ∞
Flash modesAuto, Flash off, Manual, Red-eye reduction
Flash range (wide)0.1 - 2.4 m
Flash range (tele)0.5 - 1.1 m
Scene modesBeach, Landscape, Underwater
Multi burst mode
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery life (CIPA standard)300 shots
Battery typeNP-80
Colour of productRed
Waterproof up to3 m

Reviews of Casio EXILIM EX-G1
Reviewed on 2010-11-19
Feel free to jump at this camera and put it through the wringer - no worries, it can take it. Casio's Exilim EX-G1 rides the wave of rugged adventure cameras that are shock-absorbent, waterproof, and cold-resistant. You can drop it from up to 7 feet (...
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Reviewed on 2010-08-27
Casio G1Ever since the G1 was announced my adventurous side stirred: here’s a Point & Shoot camera that will go the rugged distance with you. Over land or under water. And it will give you some very memorable images if you remember to give the lens a ...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-13
Low price for a ruggedized camera. Thin, attractive build. Waterproof up to 10 feet. Can survive drops up to 7 feet. Can operate in temperatures as low as 14ºF
Soft images. No protective lens cover. Slow recycle times between shots. Dated user interface.
The $229.99 (list) 12.1-megapixel Casio Exilim G EX-G1 is surprisingly slim and attractive for a ruggedized camera that can shoot underwater and survive drops up to 7 feet. With a hotrod red paint job and lines worthy of a stealth fighter plane, this s...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-15
infoSync World puts the rugged Casio Exilim EX-G1 through bootcamp. Will it survive? Watch the video here.
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Reviewed on 2010-04-08
Attention snowboarders, snorkelers, and rock climbers: The ruggedized Casio Exilim EX-G1 point-and-shoot digital camera is a worthy companion for your next outdoor adventure. That's assuming, of course, you don't snowboard in weather colder than 14 deg...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-01
Short version: The coolest-looking and slimmest camera in our roundup may also be your best bet. If only it had better video, the EX-G1 would be the best choice by far. As it is, it still gets my recommendation.Features: 12.1 megapixels 3x optical zoom...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-01
Video Review: Casio proves that digital cameras can be both stylish and rugged, which is why Chris Hardwick and Alison Haislip review the EXG1, which is only 0.8" thick, waterproof, freeze proof and shock proof. Throw in 12.1 megapixels, and this camer...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-31
Practically no shutter lag for oneoff shots, Withstands drops, water, and cold temperatures,
Takes MicroSD/MicroSDHC cards rather than SD/SDHC, Hard to operate with big hands or gloves, Very slow shottoshot lag
Snowboarders, snorkelers, and rock climbers, listen up: The ruggedized Casio Exilim EX-G1 point-and-shoot digital camera is a worthy companion for your next outdoor adventure. That's assuming, of course, you don't snowboard in weather colder than 14 de...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-26
Attractive design and sturdy build, Small, pocketable size, Waterproof to 10 feet for 60 minutes, Dustproof, Shockproof, Freezeproof, Customizable on-screen Control Panel, Easy to use, Wide range of standard and unique scene modes, Fast autofocus, Very......
Extremely slow shot-to-shot time, Lens doesn't go very wide, Corner and overall softness, Moderate chromatic aberration, No optical or mechanical image stabilization, Details slightly soft, Weak flash (not uncommon), Uses microSD cards, Green, yellow......
At this time of year, many of us are thinking of--and wishing for--signs of Spring so we can go outside and take pictures, but the EX-G1 has no seasonal limitations. Sure, the Casio EX-G1 is perfect for the beach, snorkeling, or even just a boat ride when...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-12
Rugged, tough construction, Low shutter lag
Photo quality is merely OK, Long shottoshot times, Over designed
With a 7-foot shock resistance guarantee, waterproof and freezeproof qualities under certain conditions and a cost of about $300, the Casio Exilim EX-G1 allows you to take photos and video where you can't use a regular camera. The ultra compact 12-...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-10
Stylish, eye-catching designMore compact than other rugged camerasStands up against the elements
Mediocre photo and video qualityNo lens coverTricky to remove battery
Casio's Exilim G EX-G1 camera made a solid enough first impression with us when we got our hands on it in January, but we've now had a chance to use it a fair bit more both indoors and out, and reach some firmer conclusions about it. The short verdict is ...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-04
Slim body makes for unobtrusive pocketing, ruggedness
Body too slim for comfortable use, 38mm lens not wide, image quality, electronic antishake
Casio EXILIM G1 review - FeaturesThe Casio EXILIM EX-G1 is a rugged compact, this being its main selling point. Freezeproof to -10C, waterproof to 10ft, dustproof and shock resistant to a fall of 7ft, the onus here is on grabbing snaps whatever the con...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-01
Rugged construction; low shutter lag
Photo quality is merely OK, long shot-to-shot times, slightly over-designed
The Casio Exilim EX-G1 costs about $300 and it's clear that most of that cost is for its ruggedized body, which allows you to take photos and video where you can't use a regular camera. The ultracompact 12-megapixel camera can withstand a 7-foot drop b...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-17
The EX-G1 is the first all-action water, dust, shock and freeze -proof camera from Casio, branded with the company's famous G-Shock moniker. This is also the slimmest tough camera in the world, and also beautifully styled and made. The EXG1 is up agai...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-05
Waterproof, shock and cold resistant, Good shutter lag and AF performance, Many user inputs for image adjustment, Good ergonomics for gloved use (within reason on the gloves),
No printed user's guide, No stabilization, Average ISO performance at best,
While Casio has been in the consumer electronics business since the company was founded in 1957, their first Exilim digital camera reached market fairly recently in 2002. Expanding upon their "card", "zoom" and "high speed" camera product lines, the...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-30
The Exilim EX-G1 is a slim camera that can shoot in tough conditions. However, we were not impressed with the image quality....
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Reviewed on 2010-01-27
Not new to the Exilim are the BestShot modes, but there are two new members to the BestShot modes: Interval Snapshot and Interval Movie. They both work the same, when you use this feature the camera take an image every so often for a specified length of time. For example you can set it to take..
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Reviewed on 2010-01-01
The water and freeze proof Casio EX-G1 is designed with shock-resistant elements throughout the camera, both inside and out, creating a smart look in a slim-line camera with functional beauty. In addition to capturing high-resolution 12.1 megapixel im...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-17
Practically no shutter lag for one-off shots; withstands drops, water and cold temperatures
Takes MicroSD/MicroSDHC cards rather than SD/SDHC; hard to operate with big hands or gloves; very slow shot-to-shot lag
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