Caplio R1V

Features3 Shutter release lag time of 0.05 seconds for instant response.

 

Shutter release lag time of 0.05 seconds for instant response.
28 mm

Shutter release lag time

A perfect moment disappears in the blink of the eye. To capture it, you need a camera like the Caplio R1V that responds instantly. Switch on the power: You're ready to shoot in approximately 0.8 seconds*. Snap your picture: Shutter release time lag is as little as 0.05 seconds (even faster is the approximately 0.003 second shutter response time from focus lock, which is engaged when you press the shutter button halfway). Ready for your next shot? The Caplio R1V resets in about one second. So you won't miss the moment.

  • *With flash OFF

Designed to accompany you everywhere you go.

Designed to accompany you everywhere you go.

Like a credit card, the Caplio R1V is around 100mm wide and 55mm tall. Just 25mm thin, it slips easily into your pocket or handbag. Carry it with you every day and discover a world of photo opportunities.

 

Six scene modes match various situations.

Six scene modes are displayed as icons on the LCD monitor for easy access. Just choose the right mode for your scene and start shooting.

Portrait

Portrait

Blurs the distant background
beautifully
  

Sports

Sports

Capture fast-moving subjects
Portrait   Sports
 

Landscape

Landscape

For scenes lush with greenery or
blue sky
 

Night scene

Night scene

For night scenes and foreground
subjects with a night scene
background
Landscape   Night scene
 
Other modes include  

Text

Text

for shooting all kinds of printed
text

High-sensitivity

High-sensitivity

for use in low light environments

 

Three continuous shooting modes:
Continuous, S-continuous, and M-continuous.

To photograph a moving subject, use regular continuous mode and the Caplio R1V will fire continuously for as long as you press down the shutter button. In S-continuous mode, one press of the shutter button fires 16 shots in 2.2 seconds and stores them in a single file. And M-continuous mode memorizes the last 16 shots in a 2.2-second file. These two modes are handy for capturing various kinds of continuous motion situations. Use them to analyze your tennis or golf swing, or capture a baby or pet playing.

16 shots

With the 16 shots captured in M-continuous and S-continuous modes, you can display any frame individually or play back all images continuously as an animation on the LCD monitor or on your television with the AV cable.

Page Top