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Casio have been in business since 1946, when the company was formed by Kazuo Kashio and his brothers. While they are best known for their calculators, which are widely regarded as some of the best in the world, they are also ever present within a number of other industries such as; watches, clocks, musical instruments, mobile phones and of course digital cameras.
Rather than concentrate on image quality and compete in the megapixel war that was taking place between some of the other brands within the camera industry, Casio decided to focus their attentions elsewhere. In 1995 they released the QV-10, which was one of the first digital cameras to have an LCD monitor – allowing users to instantly see the picture that they had just taken, which was revolutionary at the time. In 2002 they released their first camera of the EXILIM range, the EX-S1, which at the time was the thinnest digital camera in the world. This was followed by the EX-S10 and EX-F1 in 2008, the first of which claimed to be the worlds smallest and thinnest 10 megapixel camera and the latter claimed to have the fastest burst shot feature.
From their head office in Tokyo, Japan, Casio organise their workforce of more than 11,000 employees who work within six different industries and generate revenue of more than $4.5 bill annually. This affords them enough diversity to mitigate the damage to their business that the decline in the calculator business has been since the rise of smartphones over the last 6 years.