Casio Exilim EX-S770

Announced Aug 8, 2006 •
7 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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I love the S770. I also have Casio EX-Z750, and both cameras are great. The S770 is super slim, has huge screen and most important of all can put almost 2.5 hours of video on a 2GB card at Standard quality. ( It has no video limitations issues like someone in the forum said.) The photos and the video are great when there is enough light. If it is a little dark, there is noise like in any ultra thin camera. My EX-Z750 has a huge CCD so it has less noise than the S770. This is a great camera. P ...

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Maceo
 
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If you're considering buying a Casio, you need to know why I'll never buy another Casio product again. I bought a Casio digital point and shoot about 6 months ago. I make my living as a photographer, I'm a gadget guy and I've owned dozens of point and shoots. I did a lot research and decided on the Casio. The features and design are great. Image quality is only average, but I can live with that. I got it and was really happy with it for about 4 days. Then it wouldn't turn ON. I'd push ...

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BigMax
 
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I have the s770 and the z850. The s770 has a focus/sharpness problem when new, and stopped working properly too. Came back from warranty repair, and it's fine. I really like this camera. Good: slim, sharp looking, mpeg-4 video, fast pix with good quality, super easy to use, good iso 800 mode. Not so good: no shutter priority mode, not quite as sharp pix as the z850. If the cam is set to anti-shake, with flash off, it will often go to iso 800 with a pretty good shutter speed, so you can take ...

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Tony
 
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The EX-S770 is a great pocket camera for a number of reasons. It's got a sturdy feel to it. It's lightning fast. Starts in a blink of an eye, and goes from shot-to-shot just as fast. It's simple to operate and the menus are easy to navigate. The screen is bright and big. The video function is decent. I would love this camera, if it wasn't for the awful image quality. The noise in low light is pretty significant, the barrel distortion is miserably bad, and the corners of the image are ...

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I got mine at www.techtoysforless.com for 314.99 when it first came out. I tried a 4gb SD card in mine it worked fine - not sure what the previous reviewer was referring to. I would try to format the card while inside the camera though. The color of the camera is absolutely amazing. Takes great pictures, has a good macro mode. I really like the DATA feature on it as well ...I use it mostly to view maps on the road etc. Great little camera! I give it a 9/10 Problems: None really. This is ...

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Just planning on buying the camera for my wife and another one to our friends. Our official Casio dealer in Moscow warn us against buying 4Gb SD card due to compatibility issues. They say, the camera won;t recognize the card and even will not start after you push the ON buttin - nothing happens. This is very disheatrening news as I wanted to buy a decent 4 Gb SD flash card. Dear owners, pls. comment on that - I have to know what the real status is. If bad news is confirmed, I will have to ...

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The S770 looks quite a bit like its predecessor (s600), though I think the S770 is a better looking camera (but who buys a camera for its looks?). It's a very compact camera (the smallest I ever seen with a 2.8inch screen..) -The wide screen video with mpeg4 compression Rocks. -The capability of taking pictures while recording is awesome. -The screen is the best one I've seen on a digital camera. very bright even in the sun (is not a 3inch. is 2.8) -Picture quality is better than my one year ...

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KJJ
 
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I just got the S770 which is pretty much the same as Z770. Like the MPEG4 and one botton video feature. It also take the pretty sharp picture out door.

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NJKEN
 
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I have had countess ultra compact cameras over the years. Currently I have the Canon SD450 and Sony T7 as well as my DSLR, the Canon XT. This is my first Casio. "Pockeable" was what I was looking for. This is slightly heavier than the T7 and thicker. When I say slightly I mean slightly. I like the thumb groove, this makes holding it with one hand simple. Once holding it, your other fingers don't get in the way of anything such as the lens or flash. This was not the case with the Sony. I like ...

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