PRESS RELEASE March 08, 2006
Holiday photos above and below the water
EXILIM presents two new underwater housings
EWC-70 EWC-60
EWC-70 EWC-60
Norderstedt, March 2006 - The Great Barrier Reef on the east coast of Australia is one of the most exciting natural settings on earth. The world's biggest coral reef offers diving-fans the most beautiful impressions of tropical underwater worlds and is perfect for photography. In order to be able to record these and other moments in pictures and enjoy them again and again, CASIO has designed the two new underwater housings EWC-60 and EWC-70. Both are compatible with each of the two EXILIM digital camera models from the current and new line-up. The EWC-60 was planned to go with the EXILIM Card models EX-S600 and EX-S500 and the EWC-70 with the EXILIM Zoom models EX-Z600 and EX-Z500. The transparent housings are ideal companions to exciting snorkel and diving tours. High-quality materials as well as compact workmanship enable divers to use the cameras up to a depth of 40 meters. The protective properties of the underwater housing are also convincing on land. They keep away outside influences like splash water, dust or dirt from the cameras and provide certain transparency and unforgettable holiday photos.
EXILIM will be presenting the underwater housings EWC-60 and EWC-70 for the first time at the CeBIT from 9th to 15th March 2006. Both models will be available at retail from April 2006. A flash diffuser, strap, silicon paste as well as an anti-condensation kit are included in the delivery package.

Further information also under or
CASIO at the CeBIT 2006: Hall 1, Stand D39

If you have any questions or require further information:
komm.passion Bönig & Company GmbH
Mario Huaroto Levy / Meike Schuster Tel.: + 49 (0) 40/42 32 40 - 66 / -69; Fax: +49 (0) 40/42 3240 - 41
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