Casio Exilim EX-P600

Announced Feb 13, 2004 •
6 megapixels | 2 screen | 33 – 132 mm (4×)
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It's a nice little camera. I've been using it for 1.5 years now and made over 13000 photos with it. There are many functions with some fun factor for party and birthday (etc) photographers. For me, as an ambitious amateur, theyre very very unimportant. For a Point+Shoot it's a bit too big in my opinion. barely fits in my pocket. Image quality: mindblowing for such a small thing, but over ISO 50 you have lots of noise, therefore 99.5% of my shots are ISO 50. Problems: at very hot temperature ...

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hmr516
 
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I have taken over 750 pictures, and have never noticed a noise problem. I have made many 8x10's, and they all look spectacular. Like any camera, the quality of the pictures that you get is proportional to your knowledge of the camera. This camera has so many features, it will be years and years before it exceeds my needs. Even using this camera in its fully automatic mode leads to exceptional pictures. Problems: This camera is a bit slow when you use the USB cable to transfer the pictures to ...

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jussmo
 
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Good, but...... Problems: re-chargable battery takes a while to recharge I purchased this camera when it 1st came out & loved it. About $700, But then one of the LCD crystals broke and rendered the LCD screen useless. Casio wants $400 to repair it. Bummer! The repairs are too expensive to fix.

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the UK is probably the best place to buy this camera at the moment, with only 191.99 pounds, you can have it from Amazon.co.uk. That's why I rated "value of money" as 4.5; Every detail of this gadget is almost perfect, it almost has every thing I want from a digital camera. Full metal body, full manual control, fast response and shutter......... However I was so let down by the most important thing of a decent camera, ie. the image quality! I just wonder how these camera companies squeesed so ...

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Dry Pter
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First: My name is no Dry Pter - as was putting by the administrator - but Déry Péter... The camera is excellent - in my opinion - because: - all pictures are extremely good; - a lot of parameter is setting in the menus - but with button too -; - the imaging of (Canon) lens is excellent ; - the dimensions of the camera are compact ; - is it "BULB" exposition time . Problems: - the construction of terminal panel cover is not equal up to the task - I'm afraid of I'll lose it ; - the battery ...

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Feature packed camera in a comparatively small package. I'm new to photography and am finding this a great camera to learn the ropes on. If you want to point-and-shoot only then this is not the camera for you as there are smaller and cheaper alternatives, though if you want to get your hands dirty with features such as bracketing, timed exposures (i.e. night shots) and working in full manual mode then this or the P700 are great choices. Problems: Shot-to-shot speed for long exposures very bad ...

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twatson
 
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Great camera--my primary objective was to avoid shutter lag (previous camera issue) and this does that quite well. The only time that's a problem here is when the flash needs to re-charge. Has many useful functions, such that I can try to learn about things like f-stops and shutter speeds in the manual world, or use the built in Best Shot modes for ease of use. Also does well in the plain Point & Shoot mode, with automatic settings.

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I own a Sony Dsc-707 and a Panasonic FZ-20, the Casio P-600 is an outstanding photographic machine. It has replaced the Olympus Stylus Epic I used as a pocket camera because of its extremely sharp pictures and features. I have found no problems at all with noise and the flash has been accurate and useful at short ranges. You get excellent pictures using the dummy mode, but you have enormous power and flexibility should you desire. Problems: Not really, but one must remember to install the ...

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yesdoot
 
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I am a professional photographer, with lots of experience in large, medium, 35mm and digital photography. After less than two hundred photos end 10 times hooked into the computer, the ex-p600 has dead pixels and a loose usb connector. Quality with lot sof lifht is very good, specially at f 5.6 and 8.0. Image quality at lower f´s is not very good. Problems: The usb connector on the camera came loose, in fact when plugging it in it just snapped inside the camera. I am also a photography ...

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