This camera was everything i expected it to be AND MORE! The different settings ensure that you get the best shot possible. Also has many other features like movies, voice recording, etc. Resolution is unbelievable. Every last detail can be seen!
This camera has a set of preset photo setting's that are not only easy, they are very functional. To that you add the ability to change the manual settings like aperture, exposure and shutter speed, as well as ISO... and you have a neat power package.... Starting the camera and taking the pic takes less than a 1 second... very quick and efficient battery wise too. Read more Less
I recently took this camera on a backpacking trip to the Sierras. I had a 2 gb SD card. I took over 250 7 megapixel photos and a few minutes of movies. The camera worked flawlessly in cold wet weather (I kept it dry) and hot sunny weather. The lithiu...m batteries still have life left. Replaceable batteries are invaluable for trips like this although I didn't need to replace them. The camera is easy to use and I didn't need to look at the manual much. I paid $212 at Dell. Read more Less
This camera is great! The images are incredibly clear. I was surprised at how easy it was to use compared to other cameras. It also has a great battery life.
It's very easy to use for beginners, but gives you the features to grow as your photography skills improve. It takes great pictures. Its startup and shot to shot times are nothing less than amazing. Has very good battery life; uses AA (I recommend ge...tting rechargeable). It costs much less than other comparable cameras. In the ultra compact category, this camera is probably as good as it gets right now. Read more Less
skiing photos were blue tinted, but maybe I should ahve selected a special snow mode.
I use a digital SLR and I wanted a small but high quality digital camera to carry around with me always. I'm basically satisfied with my choice. When I bought it in April 06 it was $220, a full $80 less than the Canon SD550, which would be their 7mp ...equivalent. I'm happy with the quality of the pictures it takes [this is really the most important] and the fact that it uses AA batteries. I use rechargeables but I like that I can use alkalines in a pinch. That said, I'm not 100% happy. Here's why: Chunky: the photos online don't really show it but the camera sticks out about 1/4" in the back. It makes it just a little too thick to keep comfortable in my jeans pocket. I think any camera that runs on AA's will have this problem. Plasticky: the construction of the camera just feels a little cheap compared to the nice metal helt of most Canons & Sonys. I suspect this camera isn't as rugged and won't last as long but there's obviously no way for me to verify that now. The memory card slot is oddly placed and makes it difficult to extract the card. I use a card reader and this is an issue for me. Complicated Menu System: This is perhaps inevitable. The Casio lets you make lots of complicated manual controls--something that I like given that I know a lot about photography. I found, however that these options are buried in their menu system and complicated to adjust. In my experience using friends' cameras, Canon seems to have the best menu options for advanced photogs and Nikon the best for beginners. Again, I'm happy with the camera but not overwhelmed. Part of me wishes I had spent the extra money on the Canon. Read more Less
The Casio EX-Z120 is a member of the Exilim Zoom family, and offers a 7.2 megapixel resolution, a 3X optical zoom and a 2-inch monitor, all packaged in a simple and elegant body. Read more
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