Super fast camera
The main reason why i got this camera is for its high speed video mode, after playing with it for a bit it definitely has alot more to offer.
The high speed video shoots at 1000fps , not too many other cameras even come close to that in this price range. The zoom is amazing, and it has a auto tracking focus that rocks. The HDR ART mode takes the photo and makes the colors very interesting.
Lightweight and portable
If you are in the market for an entry level camera that offers a big resolution, a wide angle lens, a respectable zoom and macro function and a set of easy to use controls then the ZS5 or ZS10 is the camera for you. Providing you can get it at the right price. The ZS10 with more compact body, improved video quality, and more attractive colours and styling appears to be the better choice, however, if you just want a compact budget camera, then the ZS5 would do the job.
"cute" little digital camera
The Exilim EX-Z800 is a fashion savvy digicam that is small enough to fit into the smallest of pockets and purses. With six color choices, this is sure to be a hit among the younger crowds. It offers good image quality and performance, however it will have some trouble focusing in low-light conditions due to not having a focus assist lamp.
Good quality at low ISOs.
The Exilim EX-Z800 is a well featured compact that is certainly capable of producing excellent results in the right conditions. The quality at higher sensitivities could be better, but the camera will suit those who tend to take most of their pictures outdoors in good light, or indoors with the flash at close distances.
With the camera priced at under Â£150 I feel it represents good value for money as the image quality, especially at lower ISOs exceeds many other cameras at this price point.
Quick autofocus, great image quality.
The Casio Exilim EX-Z2000 is a compact camera that's truly worthy of the photographic giant's name. Image quality is excellent, battery life is staggering and the autofocus is quick and reliable, as long as conditions aren't too dark. The design is attractive and slim too, giving the EX-Z2000 the desirability factor to match its performance.
Overall, the results from the camera are pleasing enough in good conditions, but the lower light performance is poor - the headline HD video capture suffers from the same problem. A range of options do give some creative scope, but this camera is mostly pitched to those wanting a simple point and shoot with a few fun features.
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