The camera is capable of shooting up to 60 images per second at maximum resolution, currently the fastest in the world.
It also includes an ultra-high-speed continuous Pre-shot Burst Mode which captures images from the scene prior to the moment when the user presses the shutter.
The camera can also capture movies at VGA resolution at 300 frames per second, which means it can record movies for replay in ultra-slow motion, a function normally considered limited to professional movie equipment.
The prototype features a high speed 1/1.8in CMOS sensor and a high speed LSI image processing chip.
It will weigh around 650g without batteries or accessories and packs in a 6-megapixel resolution and 12x optical zoom.
It also supports CMOS-shift image stabilisation function to make sure that the high speed photos and video are as clear as possible.
Casio said that product release date, pricing, brand name and specifications remain to be determined.
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