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Casio has updated its Exilim digital camera range with a pair of models that improve upon products the company released last year. In particular, both support new, 14:9 widescreen 2.6in displays. The 10.1 megapixel EX-Z1050 also features a motion analysis system that can choose the best sensitivity and shutter speed for snapping moving subjects.

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The EX-Z1050 also has an autofocus system capable of staying in focus when the user's tracking a moving object, coupled with the usual anti-blur system. The camera also has a fast seven-shots-per-second continuous shooting system that'll happily grab as many snaps as you have storage space for - the Z1050 uses SD cards.

The EX-Z75 builds on the Z70, offering the same 7.2 megapixel image sensor with 3x optical zoom lens and anti-shake system, but this time putting in place that 2.6in widescreen LCD.

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The Z75 will come in silver, black, blue and pink versions, as does the Z1050, which will also be available in a gold colour. The Z1050 is priced around £230, the Z75 £180. They're due to go on sale next month.

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