Here’s one way to look flawless in your selfies


  • TECH
  • Thursday, 22 Jun 2017

The Casio EX-FR100L is waterproof, dustproof and shock-resistant.

Ladies, throw away all your expensive make-up and cancel that gym subscription now. Okay, on second thought, don’t do anything rash, but guess what?

Perfect complexion and slender legs are just a click away – or at least that’s what Casio claims its EX-FR100L is designed to deliver.

The camera, latest in Casio’s Exilim FR series, features a revamped Make-up Art function that is supposedly able to produce flawless self-portraits by adjusting the smoothness and the tone of the skin. It also boosts the colour saturation and contrast of the background with its Make-up Vivid and Make-up HDR modes.

Oh, this is going to make all those #iwokeuplikethis self-appreciation posts on Instagram that much easier to take ...

And on top of that, the super-wide angle 16mm lens also comes with its Long Legs guide – a new function that makes your legs look longer and slimmer. Remember, the key word here is “look” … the actual subjects will seem different than what you see on the screen.

“We are confident that the new generation of self-portrait aficionados will enjoy the EX-FR100L,” said Casio Malaysia Sdn Bhd deputy managing director Tezuka Itsuro in a statement.

The camera is waterproof, dustproof and shock-resistant. Like the previous models in the FR series, the camera and controller units are also detachable so users can capture self-portraits from a different angles.

Using the Exilim Connect app, users can view and transfer the photos from the camera to their smartphone via Bluetooth, and upload them to their preferred social media sites.The EX-FR100L is priced at RM2,149 (inclusive of 6% GST) and comes in Sparkling Pink and White.

It is now available at selected Casio dealers’ outlets, as well as the Casio Exilim Official store on Lazada and 11street.

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