Summary: I am very pleased with this camera. I needed a simple, straight forward camera that takes regular batteries. It works better than some of the cheaper cameras I have tried. Close-ups are good, and movie mode works well.
Summary: This camera is easy to use, but has many features, including plenty of Best Shot settings that make it easy to take shots of certain scenes. There are plenty of megapixels available for the average user. I bought this camera after I dropped and broke my older, well-used, Casio Exilim camera, which was the same as this one except that it had fewer megapixels. I liked that one so well and was used to it, so I searched for another that was similar and found this one.
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. Housed in a compact, durable and lightweight aluminum body.
Summary: It's a good camera with Casio's brand name behind it. It powers on and off quickly and zooms in and out very fast too. The size is comfortable for grips and does not shake while clicking, a very important requirement for these type of digital cameras. Takes very good pictures in daylight, quite reasonably good without flash in artificial light too, but you have to be careful not to shake your hands!
Summary: This camera has gone with me on two vacations now, and some day to day stuff. It is small enough to fit in a pocket very nicely. You should get a good memory chip for it (I got a 1 GB for it). It has features to spare, and if you get good batteries for it (quality 2500mAh rechargable AA's), the batteries last a long long time. I brought 2 sets of spare batteries on a trip to Maui, and never needed them!
Summary: couldnt ask for nothing no better for that price right now it is being put for use.great product great camera great film quality just great overall product to have.i would highly recommed it someone else to check out other camera that they might have.but it is just great overall product i just dont what tell anybody try it for yourself.it is very worth the price and more for product i purchase.it is definetly worth for whatever it is worth.i have just about ran out of...
Excerpt: BAD Lags/Hangs at best shot mode when settings are maxed at 7.2 megapixels, unresponsive at times you have to press the play button quite a lot as it gets stuck on the black screen. On/Off button is too raised by design so I often press it accidentally, causing lens jams. USB port is not standard which is bothersome when I forget to bring the custom cable; thank god for card readers.
Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z120: An oldie but a goodie - quick and durable
14 August 2010
Summary: The Z120 is an oldie but a goodie. Released back in 2006, it's still a quality camera which has stood the test of time in terms of durability and quality. Starting with the things which date it: the display screen is a lot smaller than on modern cameras , and its shape is a little clunky looking. It's also slightly heavier than a modern day equivalent. However, it's a very sturdy machine; and it takes good pictures for a pocket sized camera .
Pros: Still working after 5 years' heavy use, still takes great photos
Cons: Slightly clunky, looks dated, small display screen