Casio Exilim EX-Z850 review
smallest camera with manual control and optical finder. Good quality for pocket camera. Suitable for daytime candid shots, usable at low light. Better than Pentax Optio (which are brothers of Casio Exilimi).
Tip: in order to use more aperture values, put camera in S-mode (not A, since it gives only TWO available aperture settings) - You can see A-value on LCD, and could fine tune it.
Good for MPEG-4 video (with the latest firmware), but switch-off AntiShake, which is really bad. Good battery life. If you use tripod, attach metal adaptor permanently.
No major drawbacks compared to another cameras of the same class.
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