The Tokyo-based tech stalwart's product features a modular design that lets you take the lens and the screen apart

Casio's EXILIM EX-FR10 is obviously built for the outdoors. The rugged shape hints on the 2 meter-drop resistance, splash and dust proof features of the camera. A closer look and you'll see a hinge that disassembles the camera into a wirelessly connected display screen and camera module.

The modular splitting design feature is meant to give the user a lot more flexibility while using for the digital camera. With the smaller lens part, you can take photos easily in tough situations. You can securely hang it to have action shots or use it for a fuss-free, grip-friendly selfie camera. The screen that turns into a remote control cuts the need to work with an awkward countdown timer. If you are really dedicated to taking photos of yourself, you can even choose to install the camera facing the same way as the screen.

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