Casio Exilim EX-Z1050

Announced Jan 30, 2007 •
10 megapixels | 2.6 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
gemteck60
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I bought this camera three months ago after using a EX-S600 for almost two years. I don't like the on screen menu taking up a lot of the large viewing screen and I've found that the image quality of the 6 mp EX-S-600 is superior unless used in ideal lighting situations. I found out by accident I needed a HQ SD card, but even that didn't seem to make much of a difference. Problems: Image quality.

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Smitty50
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I am an old 35mm SLR type who until given this camera as a gift laughed at this style (I have a SLR Digital, I mean the pocket snapshot look) of camers. I am absolutely amazed at the versatility and power this camera affords. Keeping in mind this camera was intended for quick shote and portability, it has everything you might need without being ridiculous and hard to please. I really like the camers and it's capabilities!!!

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lcmacedo
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I bought this camera two weeks ago as an update to an Exilim EX Z40 I've had for two years. I am very impressed by its image quality and much lower noise than the Z40 ( at reasonably lit scenes ), obviously achieved by a better sensor but also a well developed software. The noise reduction is somewhat apparent at ISO 800 but does a good job. The EX Z1050 features are as expected for this type of camera, more than I need for snapshots, it could have an aperture priority mode. I never used ...

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gburgos
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I try to be professional and unbiased in my opinions and keep in mine this is my opinion. To be fare this camera has tons of fun options and photo modes it seems to do every thing weel but take pictures. I took it back, I suggest you do the same. Problems: Photos are dry and fucus is unpredictable. Took many modes good to give to your kids to play with if the cant find thier LEAPSTER And indoor photos are noisier than my Jimmy Hendrix LPs.

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Wild Cat
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I bought this camera based on the good previews given by the people reviewing the camera in here (dpreview). However I was initially disappointed by the amount of noise generated in the pictures taken, even in bright light especially. Then I compared the pictures with those from Ixus 750 and realized that the ISO settings are probably too high for what is required. Whilst the camera will take a bright albeit blur picture, the Ixus gives a black picture which is unusable. Narrowed it down to ...

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MSorin
 
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Almost like everyone here, I got it for my wife with the hopes that it is easy to use, makes decent photos in AUTO mode, has low noise levels and long life battery. Partially, it fulfills my expectations. I didn’t have time to play with it a lot because I really don’t like this kind of toys. I went back to my Olympus E-500 SLR immediately. Here is a mini-review based on what I’ve seen so far: - A lot of features, but some of them are perfectly useless for an amateur because he/she will not ...

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123kupiec
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Great camera, Casio Z1050 is my 7th digital camera (after 3 Fuji's, Canon SD900, Nikon P3, Sony W100) and this is what I was expecting from a pocket size P/S ! A compact, well designed, quick, and the most important - giving you a really sharp pictures like no other from my previous cameras. There are obviously some features that could make this small wonder even better (LCD resolution) but for me, the clarity and colours of the printed picture is what counts and Casio Z1050 delivered it !!! ...

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PNVR
 
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I bought this small camera about 10 days back. I like the simple menu driven options. Hate cameras with many buttons. Simple to use and carry. Good battery life. Batteries without 'memory' affects. Charges fast and ready to use. Very quick start up and ready to shoot mode. Purchased a 2GB SD card which really helps take more Photos. Good Number of options. The Best Shot feature gives number of options to shoot your pictures. This is my 3rd small Digital Camera. I like this better than the ...

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hemingray
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Replacement for an EX-Z750, which has the dreaded "Lens Error". I'm sort of happy with this as a follow-on, especially with a brighter LCD and a better color balance. Even with 10MP, though, it's definitely not better than it's predecessor. The one thing that is better, is the price is much less. Problems: Right now I'm still playing with it - I find many images are overly soft and I don't know why. This model also lost the viewfinder, mode dial and the dock (cradle). Also, the flash is ...

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After looking at many digital cameras I chose the Casio EX-1050 for its great image quality. Before I had bothered with Canon and the pictures were not up to par with the Casio. I just love how easy it is to take a great pic. The 10 megapixels help out when printing bigger pictures. I sometimes lower the megapixel count to 5mp. The battery life is long on this camera. I love how the body feels when holding the camera. Problems: No problems encountered on this camera. So buy it because you ...

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