Casio Exilim EX-ZR100

Announced Jan 5, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 300 mm (12.5×)
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Really nice camera, if you a little bit careful during taking photo, some results coming very high quality. But guess what happen ? I purchased brand new and was very happy, but after 7 months lens stuck and never open ? Just 7 months and never drop ! When I purchase first day also lens a little bit lose but it was ok, I thought maybe it Casio design. But today still in service, 1 month pass and still I am waiting. I do not know again would I love the Casio ex100 , it was really nice camera. ...

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I use the camera for two weeks.An absolutely amazing camera for the price and size. Pictures are crisp clear, although a little overexposed at the default settings ( this can be easily be corrected by closing by 1 or 1.5 stops). Colours are natural and bright.Autofocus is ok. Battery life is the best among the compact cameras ! Although I am not a video fun, I loved the clarity of the video clips that this small camera offers and I started to use the video mode more and more ! Slow motion ...

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One would think that only Canon and Nikon can make good cameras. When you think of Casio only calculators come to your mind. With this camera Casio has shattered that myth. I love my camera and use it at least once every day. This camera never fails to amaze me. When I wanted to buy a compact alternative for my SLR, one of the staff in a reputed Camera Shop in Palo Alto suggested this camera to me. I am so happy he did. But for him I would not have bought it. I will highly recommend ...

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One of the best features of the older EX-FH100 was a feature called "Move In CS" which allowed you to set up the camera somewhere and then it would wait until it saw movement before shooting 30 images in a second or less, or more, depending on how you set it up. If you ride a mountain bike or do anything by yourself, or say you want to catch a picture of you jumping into a lake and you're by yourself, this feature was the only way to get the shot. A self timer was too unpredictable and you ...

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1. 40 FPS up to 30 images - cool, but blurry. I had Sony point-and-shoor with 10 FPS, it was blurry too. Manual says that it is property (i.e. physics) of a sensor . What you probably do not know (unless you carefully read the manual) - this camera has 10 FPS mode up to 30 images (i.e. 3 seconds) with mechanical shutter. That mode is much less blury (or not blury at all) as long as you have sufficient light. Bottom line: If you capture sport, hyperactive kids, or animals doing crazy tricks, ...

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