Good zoom range, Compact, easy to grip body
Good build, design and handling
Above-average feature set for its street price
Simple-to-use travel-zoom camera that delivers good results
Compact body with a decent zoom range
Picture quality at wide-angle
Fast performance and excellent raw photo quality
Fast continuous shooting
Super-fast auto-focusing system
Good images and color
Excellent features for automatic snapshots and speedy shooting performance
Compact size, Fast, accurate autofocus
Good camera for beginners
Excellent video quality
'Bottom line - The Casio Exilim EX-Z800 is a nice little pocket camera that has a very appealing price tag of just $149 US. '
'As the frumpy big sister, the $149 Casio Z800 was an utter disaster.'
'The first thing that struck me about the EX-Z800 is how light it is, weighing only 124g with the battery and memory card installed.'
'useful 27mm-equivalent wide angle'
Several areas of performance were a disappointment.
A stylish, no-frills snapper
'There's also USB 2.0 High-Speed computer connectivity and NTSC / PAL video out to let you see your photos or movies on a television.'
'The speaker and microphone are exposed and the perfect size for sand to get trapped in.'
'The W30 does not have a focus-assist lamp and acquiring autofocus in low light conditions was problematic.'
'all of the camera's watertight access covers lock automatically on closing, so there's less to check and forget before heading into the water'
'a quick 0.02-second shutter delay.'