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Casio's rugged action camera looks like a G-Shock with a lens

Casio's rugged action camera looks like a G-Shock with a lens

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In the most recent instance of an item to be documented under "obviously this exists," Casio has reported a rough activity camera intensely affected by its notorious G-Shock mark. In spite of the fact that the G'z Eye GZE-1 takes its name from Casio's line of solid cell phones, its plan comes straight from the organization's intense watches.




The GZE-1 isn't the most proficient activity camera on the planet — it shoots 1080p at 30fps, 480p at 120fps, and 6-megapixel photographs — yet with 50 meters (164 feet) of waterproofing and 4 meters (13 feet) of shockproofing, it's one of the hardest. At 190.8 degrees, the f/2.8 focal point is additionally more extensive than those of most activity cameras. Furthermore, in the event that you happen to have Casio's most recent Pro Trek Android Wear watch, you can utilize it as a viewfinder; in the possible occasion that you don't, there'll be a G'z Eye application for your telephone.

Casio hasn't declared a worldwide discharge date or valuing for the GZE-1 right now, yet it costs 46,000 yen in Japan, so you ought to most likely anticipate that the US cost will be set at around $400.

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