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Casio Exilim TRYX / EX-TR100

alaTest has collected and analyzed 67 reviews of Casio Exilim TRYX / EX-TR100. The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras for all reviews. Reviewers really like the price and size. The performance and design are also mentioned favorably. Some have doubts about the storage and reliability, while the low light performance and lens get mixed comments.

portability, design, performance, size, price

battery, stabilizer , reliability, storage

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Casio Exilim TRYX / EX-TR100 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Audley Jarvis (trustedreviews.com)

Casio Exilim TRYX EX-TR100

 

The Casio TRYX is a compact with a twist, but does it deliver the goods or is it a case of all style and no substance?

Flexible design ; Good image quality at 21mm ; Automatic HDR and Panorama features

Digital zoom kills image quality ; Touchscreen is fiddly to operate ; Poor battery life

The two main shooting modes – Auto and Premium Auto – are both fully automatic, with the second option turning on what is effectively an automatic scene mode, whereby the TRYX analyses the scene in front of it and selects the appropriate scene mode....

Aug, 2011

Expert review by : Hannah Bouckley (t3.com)

Casio Tryx review

 

Innovative, but tricky to use and overpriced

We love the idea of the Casio Tryx, pair it with a neck strap and it’s fast and responsive making it perfect for quickly capturing stills and HD video at gigs or festivals, although a waterproof version of the Tryx would be even better. However the...

Sep, 2011

Expert review by : William Perceval (pocket-lint.com)

Casio Exilim EX-TR100 (Tryx)

 

At CES 2011 the Casio Exilim Tryx (or EX-TR100 as it's more conventionally named in Europe) was the toast of the show's camera releases. The Tryx TR100 is built around a frame that can swivel and rotate - bear with us here - that's a great idea for...

Quirky self-supporting frame

No optical zoom, poor design for conventional use, no flash, 21mm too wide for most tasks

The Tryx is for cameras what a flick-knife is for knives: it tries to look all big and clever, but is ultimately pointless if you could buy a better, sharper one somewhere else for even less money. Swanky though it may appear, this is a one Tryx pony...

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Chris Hall (pocket-lint.com)

Casio Tryx convert-a-cam hands on - Pocket-lint

 

As leaked by prominent advertising outside the CES Congress Center in Las Vegas, Casio today announced the launch of their new camera range. The focus

Jan, 2011

Expert review by : Tim Moynihan (techadvisor.co.uk)

Casio TRYX review

 

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...

The shape-shifting Tryx offers good performance. It's a hard gadget to classify, but it works best when you make use of its twistable frame to overcome awkward lens placement and controls when employing it as a normal camera.

Jul, 2011

Expert review by : David English (cnet.co.uk)

Casio Exilim Pro review

 

It's a secret--don't tell anybody. Hybrid cameras aren't true hybrids. Photo cameras inevitably have poor camcorder capabilities, and camcorders inevitably have poor photo capabilities. You'd think it wouldn't be that difficult to combine the two...

5X optical zoom; 22 Best Shot settings; automatic macro; zoom is fully functional during video recording; 5-second buffer for late-reaction video shots.

Doesn't perform well in low light; zoom is sometimes audible on video recordings; can be awkward for large hands to grasp.

This camera comes close to successfully combining high-quality photos with acceptable-quality video.

May, 2005

TIPA Award!

Expert review by (tipa.com)

CASIO EXILIM TRYX EX-TR100

 

Il TIPA Design Award premia prodotti innovativi che combinano forma e funzione in un modo nuovo ed unico. Per questo motivo abbiamo scelto CASIO EXILIM TRYX EX-TR100. Per una fotografia “freestyle”, la fotocamera Casio pụ essere usata sia dai...

Apr, 2011

Expert review by : Amateur Photographer (amateurphotographer.co.uk)

Casio Exilim TRYX EX-TR100 review

 

Casio has made a bold attempt to produce something a little different with this model, and it is likely to please those photographers who want a camera for casual use.This is a capable camera, but with limited scope. Those who demand a lot from such a...

Apr, 2014

Expert review by : Tim Moynihan (techworld.com)

Casio TRYX review

 

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...

The Tryx is a category-busting device, equal parts camera, pocket camcorder and Voltron Starshooter, and it performs most of its tasks surprisingly well. However, it does have its fair share of drawbacks: It has no optical zoom at all, most camera...

Jul, 2011

Expert review by : Mike Lowe (whatdigitalcamera.com)

Casio EXILIM TRYX EX-TR100 review

 

The Casio TRYX TR100 shows innovation with its rotating outer frame. But are there any more TRYX up its sleeve? The What Digital Camera Casio EXILIM TRYX EX-TR100 review takes a look...

Unique design

No optical zoom, clunky touchscreen design for accessing options, no flash, light bleed and flare, processing issues in highlight areas

Jun, 2011

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