Summary: Announced back in August, the 7.2 megapixel Casio Exilim EX-Z120 (and its 6 megapixel little brother, the EX-Z110) was introduced as an easy to use, entry level, compact digital camera. Casio touted these cameras as easy to use for any level.
Pros: Quick operation, Good battery life, Plenty of manual modes
Cons: Unimpressive macro focus range, Hard to extract SD/MMC card
Summary: The EX-Z120 is the latest offering in Casio's EXILIM ZOOM line up and is designed to be user-friendly, fun, and convenient. It features CASIO's renowned EXILIM Engine with Anti Shake DSP, a high resolution 7.2 megapixel imager, 3x optical zoom lens and a 2.0-inch color LCD monitor.
Summary: : The Casio Exilim EX-Z120 is a compact, metal bodied digital camera that provides very good 7 megapixel images. The camera provides a good 2" screen, excellent battery life, a good video mode, and an average macro mode.
Pros: Excellent value for money, Very pleasing, natural colour, Takes AA batteries, Compact Metal Body, Very easy to use, Manual Controls (Shutter / Aperture / Manual focus etc), Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast controls, Numerous Scene modes (including customisable, and downloadable scene modes), Very ...
Cons: occasionally over-exposes images, Very Small memory card (only 8mb provided!), Short printed 19 page basic guide (full manual on CD), Slow shot to shot time, slow flash charge time, average continuous shooting speed
Excerpt: La fotocamera digitale Casio Exilim Ex-Z120 ha una risoluzione fino a 7.2 megapixel, uno zoom ottico 3x, la memoria espandibile grazie alla SD Memory Card e alla Multimedia Card e un ampio monitor da 2 pollici. La batteria è agli ioni di litio. 08-07-2006