Excerpt: It may look like another sleek, sliver point-and-shoot, but Casio’s new 7.2-megapixel camera packs some surprises under its svelte case. Underneath the beautiful chassis lurks a surprising array of manual controls such as aperture adjustment, shutter priority, and flash intensity.
Pros: Tons of manual control options. Sliding lens cover/power switch adds nice sturdy feel. Beefy 7x optical zoom lens. Lightweight and eminently pocketable. Nicely designed with elegant finish.
Cons: Disappointing image quality. Awkward control layout. Charging batteries or transferring images requires using the included dock, which is clunky and difficult to travel with.
Excerpt: Implementing 7x optical zoom in an ultra-compact digicam seems like a major achievement, especially when the camera lens motor is completely internal, i.e. it doesn't protrude out of the body. But is it really effective? Do we have a superzoom killer here or just an overambitious project? Read on.
Summary: Casio's Exilim EX-V7 is a decent, but not outstanding compact camera. It comes with a large 7x optical zoom and manual features, both of which are great inclusions, but its image quality does have some issues.
Pros: 7x optical zoom, Manual features
Cons: Some image quality issues, Burst mode is a little slow
Excerpt: Le Casio Exilim Ex-V7 est équipé d'un capteur 7 mégapixels et d'un écran LCD 2,5". Une merveille de technologies, le nouveau Casio renferme un système de stabilisation mécanique (par déplacement du capteur CCD) ainsi qu'un stabilisateur numérique qui, en augmentant la sensibilité, permet de...