Casio Exilim EX-Z110

Announced Aug 4, 2005 •
6 megapixels | 2 screen | 35 – 114 mm (3.3×)
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Great find. Takes very good shots - outdoors and indoors. The included alkaline batteries gave me about 90 shots - with mixed shooting. nice and simple UI. Good display.. didn't pose pbs in the sun. quite fast/responsive. Lots of features to play with. Compact and quite inexpensive. It seems that image quality is not a compromise for this price. Wish someone such as this site provides a serious review of this camera. Problems: - couple of minor cribs: - zoom seems not so smoothly ...

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This is one great camera for the money, I paid $200 for it and couldn't be happier. Great features, great pictures. 640x480 movie recording and lots of manual controls for a camera this price makes it an excellent camera to carry around wether you're a pro or just starting out. Problems: The back of the camera does not provide an area for the thumb, so you have to get use to how you grab this camera otherwise you end-up pressing a button by mistake while taking a picture.

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lewers
 
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Bought this my third Casio camera since the first one was damaged and the second one was lost. So, concidering the amount of functions compared to the price, I decided to have a go with this camera and it has been worth every single cent. Allthough - which goes for every digital camera - it has some disadvantages and the biggest one is also the most irritating one: There is no "flash assist light"??? Well, I thought, this could be the reason for the low price for this camera, but after ...

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ozzielloyd
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I HAVE HAD MY Z110 FOR 1 WEEK NOW AND AM IMPRESSED WITH WHAT IT IS ABLE TO DO . fOR ONLY $A370, 6MP, JUST FANTASTIC. OUTDOOR SHOTS VERY CLEAR, INDOOR HAVE BEEN USING DIFFERENT ITEMS AND ZOOMING IN TO READ THE LETTERS ON THE CAN OR BOTTLE. vERY IMPRESSED WITH THE DIGITAL ZOOM ON TOP OF THE OPTICAL, THEN ZOOM IN AGAIN ON PLAYBACK. vERY HAPPY. WATCHED A PLAYBACK ON TV , SO EASY TO DO , AND REALLY CAPTURES THE MOMENT. MY PREVIOUS CAMERA WAS THE CASIO EXLIM-M1,1.3MP...2MP. ANOTHER POINT WAS THE ...

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Good value for money. Price is surprisingly low in our place compared to comparable models like CAnon A510/A520 and Sony DSC-90. Easy to use enough for beginners (like my mom) but have manual controls to delight geeks. The manual controls for me is what makes this model rock!. For example, shutter speed can range from 1/2000th of a sec to 60 seconds!. Night sky photos i've taken was really good, but i have to buy a small portable tripod. Another good feature is the best shot mode. Aside ...

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photoexp
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The Casio Exilim Z110 is the best value in a compact digital camera I've seen or used to date. It is so simple to use with it's numerous auto exposure modes and full manual setting. The "Best Shots" mode is so simple anybody that is "tech challenged" can understand how to take good pictures. It uses SD memory and AA batteries - cheap and easy - I get about 150 shots on a set of 2300 mAh NiMH AA's. It is slightly thicker than other Casio Exilim cameras but only because of the battery ...

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toniradex
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A compact 6.0 MegaPixels with a great battery life! Good metal body. Easy to use with some manual controls. Good pictures and colors. Usefull Anti-shake DSP. Unlimited movie recording in high quality (640x480, 30 fps). Shutterspeed: 60(!) - 1/2000 sec. Quick start. Quick Auto Focus. Nice picture in a low light situation, especially with manual twist. With all those great features, the EX-Z110 comes in a quite crisp price, compared with other brands in equal features & quality. I'm very ...

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