Casio Computer Co., Ltd. of Shibuya-ku, Tokyo at MEDICA 2021 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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Casio Computer Co., Ltd.

6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome, 1518543 Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Telephone +81 3 53344906
Fax +81 3 53344686

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Imaging and diagnostics / medical equipment and devices
  • 01.02  Imaging supplies
  • 01.02.05  Other imaging equipment

Other imaging equipment

Our products

Product category: Other imaging equipment


Casio will launch the Medical Digital Camera for Dermatology overseas market. 

This camera was designed to meet the needs expressed by front-line clinical practitioners.
Casio has packed its proprietary photographic and image processing technologies into a single camera to create functions that are useful for dermal observations.

This device, in the version exhibited here, does not comply with applicable legal requirements in the European Union and cannot be purchased in the European Economic Area until it complies accordingly.

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About us

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With our digital technologies, Casio has developed one new market after another.

Our first product, the 14-A, was the world's first all-electric compact calculator. Back in the fifties, calculators were mechanical devices that used gears. By employing electrical technology however, the 14-A was much faster and quieter, and fit easily into a regular office. It was widely adopted by companies, research institutes and government agencies.

The Casio Mini was the world's first personal calculator, and at around 10,000 yen, it was something an average consumer could afford. Over 10 million unit in the Casio Mini series were sold. As a result, anyone could buy their own calculator and perform calculations with ease.  

The Casiotron was the world's first wristwatch that automatically displayed the correct calendar date. Building on our calculator technology, it used a running calculation of each second to display the time.

The Casio Tone was an electronic keyboard that could play the sounds of various instruments. It helped more people than ever to enjoy playing musical instruments.

As a tough shock-resistant watch, G-SHOCK changed the notion that watches are fragile devices that break easily.

QV-10 was a consumer-grade LCD digital camera. With an LCD monitor that instantly showed the images captured, it ushered in the age of the digital camera, which we are all still enjoying today.

The EX-word kicked off the full-scale development of electronic dictionaries. It expanded the electronic dictionary market with greatly enhanced contents and searching.

The EXILIM was a slim, card-sized camera with an LCD screen that made wearables practical. It proposed a lifestyle of enjoying snapping pictures wherever and whenever you feel like it.

By using a high-brightness hybrid light source combining a laser and LED, the Green Slim Projector eliminated the need for a high-pressure mercury lamp and achieved a light source life span of around 20,000 hours, reducing environmental impact.

Smart Outdoor Watch is a durable, water-resistant smartwatch specialized for outdoor use.

Dermo camera is digital camera for dermatologists. It can take a close‐up picture and usual picture.