Casio Exilim EX-Z110

Announced Aug 4, 2005 •
6 megapixels | 2 screen | 35 – 114 mm (3.3×)
Arash Far
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This is a normal camera for easy imaging

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xmeda
 
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Not bad. For me it's low-cost replacement for QV-R40. Bestshots and manual are usefull. Problems: F3.1-5.4 and 1/2.5 CCD My previous Casio had F2.8-4.9 and 1/1.8 CCD This means for example in same situation QV-R40 - ISO80 - 1/50s Z110 - ISO100 - 1/20s ISO200 - 1/40s etc.. And no lens-zooming during video.. digital zoom only. Maybe to make it quiet.. but R40 zoomed with lenses. And no ISO selectable in video mode.. on R40 ISO320 could be set in night.. Another thing is much smaller optical ...

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WChu
 
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The good things about this camera is as follows 1. reasonable picture quality up to iso400 but see problems below 2. small size and light weight 3. AA battery 4. I think the flash is stronger than the spec. I could take pictures at correct exposure at 19' away at fixed iso100 in my living room 5. pan focus from 3.6' to 14.1' and the camera can be set to remember the pan focus when turned on 6. left and right buttons can be set to adjusting iso 7. full manual control 8. iso400 is at least ...

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scanfie
 
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I used the camera a couple weeks before writing this review. I’m submitting it because I find owner reviews very helpful to me when choosing a camera. I own a Fujifilm FinePix S7000 and am very happy with it. The Z110 is replacing a Minolta Dimage Z1 (which I was also a very happy with). I was searching for a good pocketable camera in the $300 range. Some I took a real close look at were the Canon PowerShot A520, Olympus Stylus 500, Panasonic DMC-FX7, Casio Exilim EX-Z57, Samsung Digimax ...

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Very, very good camera for the money. It´s compact, fits very nice, takes great photos! I bought this as a compact backup for my Nikon D50 (SD) an it´s very good at all! Problems: Some problems with focusing in dark, but not a real problem. Should have a focus assist lamp or something like that...

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paradice
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Good pictures Great movies with zoom nice features

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This camera seems to be the perfect camera for me. It is very user friendly and seem to be well built. It has a much better battery life than my Olympus D-565, and it has a larger screen. I think that the SD card is very well done. It was not any more difficult for me to remove it as it is from my olympus. The movies seem to be great quality and the camera power up in a flash. Problems: I do not like the fact that there is no room for the thumb. I like cameras that have thumb action zoom ...

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keysmith
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Here is LONG review of this Casio. This Casio is a fair 6mp digital camera with noticeable characteristics. I have worked with it for couple of days. Here is my opinion POS • Customizable in most aspects – remembers selected settings after switching on and off • Manual Controls (A, S, M, Manual Focus, Wide&Spot AF, Matrix &Spot &center Photometer, Manual ISO, Manual WB) – Also many Auto modes and scene modes • Fair 640x480 (VGA) 30fps unlimited video with sound (no zoom while in video) ...

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ranini
 
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I have camera from 3 weeks ago and im very happy. take perfect photos althought in interior photos use hard Iso with anti-shake system... The start batteries life is ok with more 70 photos maked. now have rechargable bateries 2500ma/h and can take more 200 photos. Problems: only the button of zoom have small movement up/down,defective? rest ok

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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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