Summary: I've had this camera for a while and I'm still impressed with the quality of it. I like the big LCD display and find the menu very easy to use. The battery life could be a bit longer, and it would be nice if it powererd on a little quicker but other than that I like this camera.
Summary: It certainly does the job. A bit complicated to use though. But this is a solid camera, with many features (too many I think). You need to set it up so that pictures are not too big and can be sent via email. I am happy with the product. It is my second casio Camera.
Cameras - Point & Shoot Review Casio Exilim Ex S770
19 September 2007
Summary: Bought this camera for my wife to take pictures with in China. She took 750++ frames on included 2GB chip. Connected to computer with included USB cable, pictures transfer was easy. What's not to like?
Summary: i really really like this camera. It is without doubt, the best camera that i have ever owned. the only thing that bugs me i the poor operation in the dark light but i dont use it in the dark light any way.
Pros: Accurate colors, Big screen, Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Easy Setup, Strong Construction
Cons: Poor Operation in Low Light, Weak Construction
Summary: Previously had Exilim Z-60 which was excellent - I gave that to a daughter to take to University and got this one which is slightly bigger. The 2.8" widescreen is very nice, the icons that run down the side is great. While the menu on the Z-60 was good, the menu on this is much better.
Summary: I bought this for my wife so she could pull out the camera, turn it on, and take a nice photo. Flash works well, unlike some reviews I've read. Battery life appears to be fine also. This is a small, light camera, measuring 3 1/2" wide, 2 1/4 " tall, and 3/4" deep when turned off.
Summary: A great little camera. It's REALLY nice and small with a big, bright display. Considering the size of this camera, it's amazing the kind of pictures it can produce. And it looks very cool. Always gets an oooh.
Pros: Big LCD, Great Resolution, Nice Features and Settings, Simple Controls
Summary: To be honest, I haven't used the camera a ton, but here's what I can tell you about it, compared with the older non-zoom model (I had the EX-S3). The interface is pretty similar, and easy to work with. There are of course more bells and whistles, but at the end of the day, it's the same.