Casio EXILIM Pro EX-P700 Review
The seven megapixel four times zoom EXILIM Pro EX-P700 was announced on 25th August 2004, it is essentially a CCD upgrade to the silver bodied six megapixel EX-P600 announced seven months earlier. The P600 and P700 are Casio's first prosumer digital camera for quite some time and have a full range of manual controls. The compact all metal body has some unusual body design features most notably the rather busy camera front.
Five $700 seven megapixel digital cameras
This review was produced as part of a group test of five seven megapixel digital cameras, all of which offer similar features and all of which cost (at the time of posting these reviews; 2nd Dec 2004) around $700. The 'Compared to...' section of this review is shared with the other reviews. The five reviews (in alphabetical order):
- Canon PowerShot G6
- Casio EXILIM EX-P700
- Olympus C-7000 / C-70 Zoom
- Pentax Optio 750Z
- Sony Cyber-shot DSC-V3
If you're new to digital photography you may wish to read the Digital Photography Glossary before diving into this review (it may help you understand some of the terms used).
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