Introduces a new model of the World's First Wrist-type
Wearable Digital Camera
Wrist-type wearable color digital camera
The super compact, lightweight configuration of the Casio Wrist Camera means it is always on your wrist, whenever that magic moment presents itself. You can send images to your friends, family, and colleagues, opening up a totally new world of digital communication.
25,344-pixel color CMOS sensor
Color image recording is made possible by a 25,344-pixel (176 x 144 pixels) color CMOS sensor. You can use IR data communication to transfer images to a computer where you can display them using 16.77 million colors.
16-grayscale monochrome STN LCD monitor screen
The 120 x 120-dot LCD serves as a viewfinder when recording images and as a monitor screen for on-the-spot viewing of images.
Image data transfer with a personal computer
The Wrist Camera comes complete with infrared data communication capabilities. Simply connect the IR adapter to your computer and install the bundled link software and you can transfer images to your computer for editing, touch up, and long-term storage. When necessary, you can transfer images back to the Wrist Camera.
Image exchange with another Wrist
Images can be transferred between two Wrist Cameras quickly and easily using IR data exchange.
Memory storage for up to 80 images
1MB of built-in memory provides enough storage for up to 80 images (JPEG compressed). Images can be recorded and deleted as many times as you want. An Auto Date feature automatically records the date (year, month, day) and time (hour, minutes) you record the image along with the image data.
Visual Data Bank for storage of phone numbers with portraits
After you record an image you can input up to 24 characters (12 characters in the upper line, 12 characters in the lower line) of memo text. A simple operation inputs alpha characters or numbers, so you can record a personís portrait and then input their name and telephone number. A Thumbnail Screen allows display of up to 16 images on a single screen.
User-friendly features and functions
Timekeeping, alarm, timer, and calendar
You can set up the Wrist Camera so that a specific digital image you recorded appears automatically when an alarm time is reached. A full-month calendar shows the current date, at a glance.
Digital Camera Functions
|Recording format:||JPEG (176 x 144 pixels)|
|Recording medium:||Built-in flash memory (1MB)|
|Memory capacity:||80 images* (with JPEG compression); auto recording date registration|
|Recording element:||1/4-inch color CMOS sensor (Total Pixels: 28,000; Effective Pixels: 25,344)|
|Lens:||F2.8 fixed, f=1.1mm|
|Approximate focusing distance:||30cm to infinity|
|Subject illumination:||Approximately 100Lx to 90,000Lx|
|Exposure control:||Light metering: Full screen average; ALC (Average Luminance Control), exposure compensation|
|Shutter speed:||1/5.5 to 1/1660 second, automatic|
|Timer:||2, 10 seconds|
|Monitor:||14,400 dots (120 x 120); 16-grayscale monochrome; 20 x 20mm screen size|
|Databank:||Up to 24 characters per image (alpha, numeric, basic symbols); thumbnail search|