Casio's new TRYX camera, which is now available for sale, provides a very interesting looking model that can provide support for odd-angle photos.
The TRYX introduces a new form factor from Casio, as a thin frame surrounds the camera. The frame can rotate away from the camera body, providing the ability to support the camera at odd angles -- as shown in this photo -- or to provide a grip for an odd-angle shot. If you leave the frame in place, it works just like any digital camera.
The TRYX includes a 12-megapixel CMOS image sensor and a 3.0-inch touch-screen LCD. It includes some wide angle capabilities and the ability to shoot 1080p HD video. Additionally, the TRYX includes support for high dynamic range (HDR) technology, which combines several different exposures in one image.
Look for the TRYX to be available now at a $249.99 MSRP. (Compare Prices)
Photo courtesy Casio