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Saturday, Mar 26, 2005

Casio Exilim Pro EX-P505 Review - Steve’s Digicams

Mar 26, 2005 | Category: Casio Exilim Pro EX-P505

Casio Exilim Pro EX-P505The most unique looking Exilim “Pro” series camera we have seen so far from Casio (as of 3/2005), the Casio Exilim Pro EX-P505 is a compact and advanced camera that offers users 5-megapixels of resolution combined with a powerful 5x optical zoom lens. In addition to high quality still images it also captures 30fps VGA MPEG-4 motion video with stereo audio. The very diminuitive EX-P505 is housed in a durable and lightweight body and employs a variable-angle 2.0-inch color LCD as its viewfinder.

Like its big brothers the EX-P600 and the EX-P700, it incorporates a shooting mode for every experience level photographer. Its Program AE mode is perfect for the beginner who wants to simply point and snap, or the intermediate user who likes to change setting like ISO, White Balance, etc. For those who like a bit more control, it offers Aperture and Shutter Speed priority modes so you can explore your more creative side as well as a full Manual mode that allows you to select every aspect of the exposure process.

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Friday, Mar 25, 2005

Casio Exilim EX-S100 Review - CNET Reviews

Mar 25, 2005 | Category: Casio Exilim EX-S100

Casio Exilim EX-S100This 3.2-megapixel shooter’s small size belies all the features crammed into its ultracompact 3.46-by-2.24-by-0.66-inch stainless-steel case. Casio managed to find room for a 2-inch LCD and a 2.8X optical zoom on the Exilim EX-S100, while retaining a sensible, easy-to-use control layout. It boasts excellent performance and is packed with fun features, including do-it-yourself user-definable scene modes and in-camera HTML album generation.

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Wednesday, Mar 23, 2005

Casio Exilim Pro EX-P600 Review - CNET Reviews

Mar 23, 2005 | Category: Casio Exilim Pro EX-P600

Casio Exilim Pro EX-P600As the first of Casio’s Exilim digital cameras to carry the Pro designation, the 6-megapixel, 4X-zooming Casio Exilim Pro EX-P600 faces stiff competition from an increasingly crowded field of prosumer models. Luckily, the P600 combines a mile-long list of features with an excellent user manual and built-in guidance system, making it an appealing option for enthusiasts and enthusiastic newcomers alike. The camera lacks a raw-capture mode, and its distracting live histogram takes some getting used to; in addition, the P600’s 320×240 movie mode can’t match the 640×480 resolutions offered on newer cameras. But the P600 offers solid image quality and very good battery life, which, combined with its versatility and accessibility, help to distinguish this model from its higher-resolution competitors.

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Tuesday, Mar 08, 2005

Casio Exilim EX-Z50 Review - TrustedReviews

Mar 08, 2005 | Category: Casio Exilim EX-Z50

Casio Exilim EX-Z50With Casio’s long pedigree, it’s no surprise that the Casio Exilim EX-Z50 is a well-designed, well-made and well-specified camera. It has an all-metal body, an ultra-compact Pentax Sliding Lens System 3x optical zoom, and a high definition 2.0in TFT LCD monitor with 84,960 pixels. The overall style is generally similar to some of the cameras in Pentax’s Optio range, as is the range of features on offer. However, the similarities are only skin deep.

From a standing start the EX-Z50 starts up in a little over two seconds, which is half a second faster than the Pentax Optio S5i, arguably its closest rival. Shot-to-shot time in the highest quality setting is a respectable three seconds using a standard Lexar 128MB SD card, and is slightly faster at lower quality settings. However, the camera has no continuous shooting mode, so this is as fast as it gets. Using the flash will slow things down somewhat, since in Auto or Flash On modes the camera will sensibly refuse to fire until the flash is fully charged.

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Monday, Mar 07, 2005

Casio QV-R62 Review - Steve’s Digicams

Mar 07, 2005 | Category: Casio QV-R62

Casio QV-R62The Casio QV-R62 is equipped with 23 unique and effective BestShot shooting modes. For example, the Coupling Shot mode combines 2 subjects into 1 image. Imagine you’re with your spouse or friend and want to take a shot of the two of you and there’s nobody else around to help you. One of you poses, the other takes the shot. Then you switch places and stand where you would if you had been next to your partner and she takes a second shot; the two pictures are then “merged” in the camera to form one image. This of course works best if the camera is sitting on a tripod or some other type of sturdy support. Other “cool” modes are the Business card and White board Best Shot scene modes. We first saw these new modes on the EX-Z55, and the EX-S100. They allow you to capture images at an angle, then correct them later in-camera to make the perspective as if you had shot the picture dead on to the subject. This may not be used much for making prints, but it is useful when you want to take a snap shot of someone’s business card or the black board at school, then later correct the image so you can retrieve the information on it.

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