Conclusion: With its flipping, swiveling, built-in tripod, wide-angle lens and slim build, the fun-to-use Casio Tryx may appeal to self-portrait fans and party photographers, but serious shooters will be turned off by the features it's missing.
Pros: Built-in tripod. Sharp images. Good low-light performance. Sharp, articulating LCD. Slim build. 1080p video capture. Extremely wide lens. Built-in HDR and 360 degree panorama features.
Cons: No optical zoom or optical image stabilization.
Summary: If you've heard of the Casio Tryx it's most likely due to the camera's innovative, twistable design. The Tryx was one of the most intriguing announcements of 2011, with a shape shifting body that can be used as a tripod, hung on a hook, adjusted to allow for a camcorder-like grip, and tilted to make shooting overhead and low angle shots much easier.
Summary: The battle of the digital cameras is growing more intense everyday and companies all over the world are trying different means to out do each other. It is this fierce competition that has led to the rise and fall of different cameras over all these years. It has been quite sometime that Casio was seen marketing its Tryx quite vigorously and now they have finally come out with the model.
Excerpt: Casio heeft met de Tryx een Guinness World Record voor de meest verstelbare camera behaald alle reden om hem dus aan de tand te voelen. Nadat ik de camera uit z'n verpakking gehaald had, was de vergelijking met een telefoon snel gemaakt. De camera is 14.9mm dik 122.8mm breed en 59.0mm hoog en daarmee iets groter dan een iPhone 4 , wat verder op valt is de achterkant met een 3 inch touchscreen.
Summary: Casio Tryx è una fotocamera compatta dotata di un design molto particolare, che consente sia alla lente che al display di ruotare per adattarsi a tutti gli ambiti di utilizzo, offrendo inoltre una lunga serie di modalità di scatto automatiche