Las Vegas – Casio America said Thursday that its Tryx digital camera first unveiled at International CES last January has been named “the world’s most adjustable digital camera” by the Guinness Book of World Records.
Available now, the $250 suggested retail camera features a 0.59-inch-thin variable frame design and designed to adapt to fit a users preferred shooting style. The camera can be positioned horizontally to capture still images or the rotating 3-inch touchscreen LCD can flip out as the body swivels for a wide variety of shooting angles.
The frame rotates 360 degrees and can be adjusted so that the body can act as a tripod, allowing Tryx to stand on its own, or the LCD screen can be rotated up to 270 degrees for self-portrait shots.
The frame can also flip out and the body rotated, enabling the camera to hang from a hook, doorknob or other surface.
It shoots FullHD 1080/30p video and 12.1-megapixel stills using a back-illuminated CMOS sensor.