I just don't think that these people understand the situation that people find themselves in during a recession. Not just Casio, but most of these tech companies keep introducing product after product for the big bucks. Give us a break already!
This camera's specs are decent, but nothing to shout out about either. I'll keep my Nikon.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
Well because continued investment in technology might spur the economy onwards. I'd rather this than another new investment vehicle being invented. This is much thinner than my previous shock resistant camera, which is my old Cybershot wrapped in bubble wrap. I broke it two years ago (the extendable lens no longer retracts)...
Initially I thought, ugly and pointless, but might make a decent gift for a accident prone teenager.
I wonder how the non-extending zoom lens works.
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