Casio Exilim EX-Z120

Announced Aug 4, 2005 •
7 megapixels | 2 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
yuswar
 
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Small, easy to carry; to use and good overall performance. Problems: -

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Great camera for the price! Problems: None, until now.

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fenix
 
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excellent camera, thx casio Problems: no

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This is a great camera. I have compared it with the Casio QV3000 http://market-yourself.com/pictures_ronrlr. The ability to create Best Shot shortcuts alone allows a beginner to achieve great pictures right from the start. Problems: None

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D P Cole
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Overall, a fine camera - if you account for some minor issues. When configuring the camera, keep flash intensity up a notch and color saturation down 1 notch for realistic color saturation. The images taken tend to be on the cool side as well (for example, burgundy looks more purple than red) Also keep jpg settings to "fine" as the camera tends to compress things. Auto-focus is a bit disappointing, my previous digital camera doing rather better with it... As for noise, this camera is overall ...

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jowen
 
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I purchased the Casio Exlim EX-Z120 on February 1st and returned it on February 5th. It is quite unfortunate that I had to return it, I feel that this camera is an excellent buy in all areas except for image quality. My previous (and still current) camera is the Canon Powershot S45 and after taking a ton of family pictures I found myself looking for another camera. Some of the features I was looking for that I didn't like about the S45 were: - A faster full or half press lag (the S45 has ...

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Philly
 
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This is a great compact camera. Resolution and edge to edge sharpness are excellent at ISO 50--comparable almost to my Olympus E-300 with 14-45mm lens. I have also owned the Olympus 8080 among other cameras, and I believe the Z120's resolution and sharpness, at ISO 50, also hold up well against the 8080's. Note ISO 50 on this camera is really more like ISO 80-100, in reality. Some details are lost at ISO 200 due to in-camera noise reduction, but very acceptable for the most parts. Color ...

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Rod Wong
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This is the 6th digicam owned by me over the last seven years. I found this Casio camera to be the best for my purpose of carrying it for travelling. The two most useful features are the high sensitivity mode and the AA power source. The first feature enables me to use the camera for recording dim light indoor events without using flash, and the second one gives me assurance that I will be able to use the caemra without the worry of running out of batteries. Of course, its compactness is ...

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Pros: - Good Speed - Quick and correct auto focus, even indoor - Nice TONS of features - Long battery life - Optical view finder - Very good menu based UI - Good outdoor photo quality - Very good Price Performance ratio - Noisy but awesome Anti Shake mode Cons: - Noise is less in Auto mode but not in manual mode ?? - Need IS - Flash not strong - Photo quality not as smooth as Canon's. Oversharphen maybe? Problems: - Optical viewfinder to small, no focus target and no parallax error correction ...

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