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Casio has updated its Exilim digital camera line with a 7.2-megapixel image-grabber, 3x optical zoom and sufficient anti-blur signal processing to cope with the shakiest of paws.

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The EX-Z70 incorporates not only an 'easy mode' for the complete novice, but also a 'best shot' setting which grabs a series of shots, starting when you trigger the auto-focus, then lets you pick the best one to keep.

Casio also touted the camera's 200 shots per charge battery life. The EX-720 is due to go sale next month - perfect timing for the summer hols - for around £230. ®

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