Casio Exilim EX-Z1080

Announced Aug 28, 2007 •
10 megapixels | 2.6 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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Estoy realmente encantado con mi Exilim EX-Z1080... Yo buscaba una cámara de bolsillo para viaje, con buenas prestaciones, cómoda de usar y que no costase mucho dinero... Al principio compré una Pentax Optio M50 pero me decepcionó tanto su pobre calidad de imagen, que la devolví a la tienda a los 2 días. En su lugar me traje esta Exilim EX-Z1080. Al principio CASIO me daba cierta desconfianza (por aquello de no ser una marca de larga trayectoria en fotografía), pero he de reconocer que estoy ...

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Penguen
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I bought it to replace my 5D while travelling. I usually shot static subject and stitching 3 images easly match the resolution of the 5D. OF course dinamic range is not the same. Its weakest point in my opinion is a problem with sky colors. When the sky color is a bright pale blu, the camera renders it as a cyan. Try pushing saturation +2 to overcome this issue. I also think that its dynamic range is a bit smaller than the very best competitors. All in all is a good camera, the lens is quite ...

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TauRus_IL
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I fully agree with some other reviewers below that this little gem from Casio was overlooked by many in favor of ultra-compacts from big names like Canon or Nikon. Build quality: excelent, very sturdy camera, high quality bright LCD display, nicely placed buttons. Image Quality: one of the unique ultra-compacts that has a 1/7 sensor, excellent image quality for the class of compact P&S cameras. Actually it can even hold a candle for some of the advanced P&S cameras as well. Very sharp shots ...

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opdes121
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I researched this camera thoroughly and came to the conclusion that I would go with a camera with a larger image sensor, and am glad I did. This camera produces excellent images. Very sharp and excellent color. Low light is excellent as well. I had a Canon 870IS that I had to give to my daughter and the Casio takes much better pictures and for way less money. It also recycles faster after flash, and writes to the (same) memory card faster as well. The 870 was slower overall and would even ...

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good video mode ... good pictures at 10m low noise at iso 400 good menu system but no muiltiple exposure/bracketing

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jnew3
 
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This camera gives very good image quality in a small package. It is a point and shoot that you can carry in your pocket without a big sacrifice in image quality. You do sacrifice manual capabilities, but that is not what point and shoots are intended to do. If you want manual capabilities and excellent image quality, spend a little more money and get a bigger camera. But you can't carry that in your pocket! I think the Casio cameras are very easy to use with a great user interface. The ...

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Aristoc
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>>>Likes: Super easy to use right from the start. Great menu system. Long battery still lasted for 160+ shots and lots of LCD usage. Very good colour reproduction. Compact. Crisp images. Lareg sensor. Low noise on very high ISO. Super video quality. >>>Subjective Dislikes: Takes time to turn on and have to wait for lens to close to turn off. Focusing not instantaneous. LCD still hard to see in direct sunlight (beach). Different USB cable connection only fits to this camera and not my other ...

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issie
 
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Good Point and Shoot...much better than my Minolta F10, though I do miss the Manual settings for apeture/shutter speed...play with the ISO and Manual focus to get the best out of it. I will post my demo pics soon.

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The image quality is not so good as Nikon p5100, but the movie mode is much better. This camera is much better than canon sd800 cameras. Problems: The movie mode is limited to 10 minutes. Came on Casio, 10 minutes is too short.

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I have been a pro photographer since 1971. I own 12 cameras such as Hasselblad, Rollei 6001, Mamiya 6x7, Nikon, Canon, Sigma SD14 digital, Casio S600 digital and more. Let me say this about the Casio EX-Z1080, this lens is sharp! This lens creates detail like a 2-1/4 film camera! And it is sharp in the corners, the farthest part of the corner taking into consideration that the plane of focus is not totally plano or straight but follows a slight arc; the plane of focus starts to come closer to

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