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Selling: Casio Exilim TR-100 (a great camwhoring cam hahaha)

-SOLD!!!-

Hihi!

In this post, I'm selling a Casio Exilim TR-100 which looks like:

I think its a great cam for self-shots cos its about the size of an iphone 4 and is able to be flipped like this:

And with that frame, you can hang your camera, place it as a stand to get a more versatile angled shot or simply hold it like a video camera! And yes, it is able to shoot HD videos :D


Number of Effective Pixels
Approximately 12.1 megapixels
Image Sensor
1/2.3-inch high-speed CMOS(back-illuminated type)
Total Pixels:12.75 megapixels(/million)
File Format
  • Still Images:JPEG (Exif Ver2.3), DCF2.0
  • Movies:MOV format, H.264/AVC, IMA-ADPCM (monaural)
Built-in Flash Memory
(Image Area)
Approx. 34.8MB
Recording Media
SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Memory Card compatible
Number of Recorded Pixels
  • Still Images:12M(4000x3000)、3:2(4000x2656)、5M(2560x1920)、VGA(640x480)
  • Movies:FHD : 1920 x1080(30fps) ,HD:1280x720(30fps) ,HS : 432x320(240fps)
Recording Capacity
(Maximum Image Size)
Still Images:SD Memory Card 1GB*:Approx. 142shots
Movies:Recording Time:Maximum recording time per file:29min.
* When using Panasonic Pro High Speed 1GB SD Memory Card.
Lens
  • Construction:5lenses in 5 groups, including aspherical lens
  • F-number:F2.8
  • Focal Length:F=3.8mm
    35mm-Film Equivalent:Approx. 21mm
Zoom Ratio
  • Single Frame SR Zoom:1.5X
  • Multi Frame SR Zoom (10M):2.0X
  • digital zoom:4X
  • maximum digital zoom (in combination with HD Zoom, VGA size):15.9X
Focusing
  • Focus Type:Contrast Detection Auto Focus
  • Focus Mode:Auto Focus, Macro, Pan Focus, Infinity Mode
  • AF Area:Spot(Intelligent for Premium Auto)
  • AF Assist Lamp:None
Focus Range
(From Lens Surface)
  • Auto Focus:Approx. 8 cm to Infinity
  • Macro:Approx. 8 cm to 50 cm
  • Infinity Mode:Infinity
  • Manual Focus:None
Exposure
  • Exposure Metering:Multi pattern by CMOS
  • Exposure Control:Program AE
  • Exposure Compensation: -2EV to +2EV (in 1/3EV steps)
Shutter Type
  • CMOS electronic shutter
  • Shutter Speed*:Auto:1/10 to 1/16000 second
* May differ according to camera settings.
Aperture
F2.8
White Balance
Auto WB, Daylight, Overcast, Shade, Day White Fluorescent, Daylight Fluorescent, Tungsten, Manual WB
Sensitivity
(SOS*):Still Images:Auto/100/200/400/800/1600/3200
Movies:Auto
* SOS: Standard Output Sensitivity.
OtherRecording Functions
  • HDR:yes
  • HDR ART:yes
  • BEST SHOT:yes
  • Premium Auto:yes
  • Motion Shutter:yes
  • Slide Panorama:yes
Self-timer
10 seconds, 2 seconds, 2 to 10 seconds
Built-in Flash
Flash Mode:None
Flash Range:None
Monitor Screen
3.0-inch TFT color LCD ( Super Clear LCD ), 460,800 dots (960 x 480) , Touch screen
Timekeeping Functions
  • Date and Time:Recorded with image data
  • On-image Time Stamp Function:YES
  • Auto Calendar:To 2049
  • World Time:162 cities in 32 time zones, City name, date, time, summer time
External connection terminals
USB port (Hi-Speed USB compatible), HDMI™*1 output(Micro/Type D) *2
*1 HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
*2 1080/50i output is not supported for PAL output using an HDMI™ .
Microphone
Monaural
Speaker
Monaural
Power Requirements
Rechargeable lithium ion battery (Built-in)
Battery Life
Number of Shots(CIPA Standards):Approx. 220 shots
Continuous Playback (Still images):Approx 2 hr.10 min.
Continuous Movie Recording Time (FHD movie recording):Approx. 1 hr. 10 min.
Dimensions
(CIPA Standards):122.8(W) x 59.0(H) x 14.9(D) mm
Weight
(CIPA Standards):Approx. 157 g (Including Memory Card*) / Approx. 155 g (Excluding Memory Card)
* When using Panasonic Pro High Speed 1GB SD Memory Card.
Bundled Accessories
USB-AC Adapter, AC Power Cord, USB Cable, Strap, CD-ROM


It retails for $399 in Singapore, and I am selling a matte black one with everything given in the box. I charged once to test if it works, and the warranty card is unfilled ^^ Perfect working and appearance condition and comes with a strap, charger, adaptor and USB cable (no memory card was/is included). Please email me for pictures of actual product (if you wanna see its condition) or offer your price^^

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