Written on: 03/10/2009 by Silvermagic (3 reviews written)
Very easy to use. Takes between 300 and 350 high quality photos on one charge. You don't have to be an expert because the 'best shot' menu consists of pictures showing which setting should be used. You just highlight your scene, eg portrait, flowing water, backlight, pets etc, then just point and shoot.
There is a scene for 'kids playing' and being a granny, I use that one a lot. It takes action pictures, such as a child coming down a slide, very clearly.
It has been dropped several... (read more)
Written on: 05/07/2008 by eurojams (1 review written)
I had Sony DSC-W7 for 3 years, so I like to upgrade with a new DC, so I saw a lot of good comments on Casio EX-Z1050, so I got one, but I'm so disappointed. If I give Sony DSC-W7 6/10, then I would give Casio EX-Z1050, 2/10. sometimes I guess can't believe all the reviews online. I will return this Casio EX-Z1050 back, with 15% restock fee. Well, 10 megapixels but it's not as good as 7 megapixels. (read more)
Written on: 12/03/2008 by Goodwood123 (2 reviews written)
This is a very easy to use camera with a genuinely bright 2.6"-wide LCD screen. With the Best-Shot Feature I was able to produce landscape photos that I would normally have only managed to take with a much more expensive camera.
The 10M pixels have excellent resolution and allow great flexibility when editing back at home on the PC.
The supplied lithium-ion battery is very powerful and outperforms my usual AA 2500mAh batteries.
If you are looking to upgrade to a camera with a bigger LCD... (read more)
Written on: 23/01/2008 by gslack (46 reviews written)
For a point and shoot, the Casio Exilim EX-Z1050 camera has plenty going for it. User does not, however, have shutter speed or aperture control.
Easy to use.
Casio's software is straightforward.
Battery life. (read more)
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