Thanks to the people at Casio, I got to have dinner at Red Dot Brewery located at Dempsey together with them! Just nice that day I went down to collect my camera so I got to try it out during the dinner. Thankfully I got help from the staff and fellow bloggers to teach me some tricks I didn't know about the camera!

Yes, all photos in this post are taken with the Casio Exilim ZR20. Please pardon me if the pictures are not that fantastic yet; nobody takes good pictures with their new cameras ok!

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So to kick start my journey with the ZR20 and being the noob that I am with this camera, this picture was taken in the Auto mode. I found the picture clarity and focusing not that bad for a compact camera.

This is side track but I like the beer there, it's hand made and very smooth!

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This is William and Hong Peng. They are bloggers for Casio ZR20 too! ヽ(^▽^)人(^▽^)人(^▽^)ノ

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The shy Casio staff hahaha!
So sorry for the bad lighting because I'm still using auto mode, totally forgot about that there is a High Speed Night mode in this camera =.=

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Mirai is also a blogger for Casio, but for the TR150 (super awesome and hot selling camwhore camera that even celebrities want it!), and that's the "boss" beside her \(@ ̄∇ ̄@)/

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This is Kelly who is also part of the campaign, and the remaining staff.

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The Casio ZR20 takes rather fine pictures in Auto mode with or without lighting.

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This photo is taken with the Food mode. One thing I like about the Casio Exilim ZR20 is that the flash wasn't too harsh! Don't believe me? Then check out the following food pictures below. But don't salivate too much at the pictures, I know you're hungry like I am hehehe..

I would recommend taking pictures of food in natural sunlight or in places with really strong lighting though, so that there won't be flash light, making your food look even more yummy!

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Hong Peng recommended me this mode in Light Tone. It's one of his favourite Best Shot function modes in the ZR20. I can see why; it gives a really dreamy and relaxed feel to it, which is really great for camwhoring!

You can choose it to be yellow, cyan or magenta in colour. This is in yellow.

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All of us together! (★^O^★)

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This is the Slide Panorama mode which a Casio staff played with on my camera.

You know how sometimes a shot is too horizontal for you to capture everything? That is when this mode comes in handy! Can you see how wide the camera managed to capture? Not only that, it's easy to use, just pan from left to right. The camera will stitch multiple photos together to form a panorama. I look forward to exploring this mode more!

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Potato naaaaaaaaa~ The potato wedges look so yummy here!

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This photo looks clearer now, because I discovered the Premium Auto mode. Everything looks so much better in this mode, and I heard that it's Make Up mode too! Super good for girls, especially me since I've been having bad skin days o(╥﹏╥)o

The Premium Auto mode is a highly accurate image analysis that makes it possible to configure only the required settings and perform the required processes only when they are needed. The camera will automatically select the mode and take the best shot!

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Playing with the Light Tone mode again! I would recommend you use it when you're under the sun, the effect would be nicer.

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Great and relaxed night for all of us (ღ˘⌣˘ღ) ♫・*:.。. .。.:*・

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I like how the flash manages to spread to the back too. I don't like some that just concentrates on one thing until I can't see the back clearly!

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Mirai & I smiling with our potato wedges!

Once again, I really really love the flash lah! It's not harsh at all, as you can see, our make up don't look so cakey. Y U SO AWESOME *.*

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Here's another thing that I learnt!

Now you don't see me......

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Now you do!

You can create a Dynamic Photo Image in the Casio ZR20! In the camera the object seems like it's moving, but when you check it in your computer, it's just lots of pictures combined together.


All right, that's all for this post! I've got more interesting posts coming up now that I got the hang of this camera, so stay tuned! (((o(*゚▽゚*)o)))

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