Casio Exilim EX-P700 review

Started Nov 30, 2004 | User reviews
iNic New Member • Posts: 2
Casio Exilim EX-P700 review

This was the camera I was looking for—a 'big' camera in a small package. I have
used it for 2 months only but so far it exceeds all my expectations. This camera
is loaded with features and I have to admit that I haven't tested them all yet, so I
can't guarantee the usefullness or quality of them. What I like most of all so far is
the big lens that enables me to skip the flash more often than before. The big
and crisp LCD display is superb too. And I have to admit that I like the cool look
too. One cool feature is that it automatically flips pics taken vertically! And I love
the ultra small remote controller that is included by default. This cam is cool as
hell! One paper talked about it as a James Bond camera and I can see what
they mean. This is probably the closest to a spy I'll get. (It actually have a
feature that automatically corrects pictures of documents taken from an angle!)


Hmm... Well let's see. The video mode has such a low resolution that it's not
usable in practice, but this is the case with all digital cams today as far as I know.
(The audio recording is quite good tho! (And it's a cool feature that it's possible
to record audio to still pics, or to be able to use the cam simply as an audio
recorder.)) Another thing that isn't optimal is that the threepod well is too far from
the middle, making it unstable when using a mini threepod. The macro feature
could be better too, that is it would be nice to be able to come closer to an object
than 10 cm, which is the limit.

Casio Exilim EX-P700
7 megapixels • 2 screen • 33 – 132 mm (4×)
Announced: Aug 25, 2004
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