Summary: This new flagship Casio is plush and a neat performer – but under the right conditions. It’s easy to use and it comes in at a good price. Thankfully, while the noise issues and focus tracking are problems, used sensitively, they’re not ones to completely sink the camera’s performance overall.
Pros: Build, design, image quality and detail at low ISO, ease of use, manual control.
Cons: Slow shot-to-shot speed with no burst mode, focus tracking, loss of detail at higher ISOs, noise problems over ISO 200.
Summary: The Exilim Z1200 is the first 12-megapixel compact, and gives correspondingly great images with equally gigantic file sizes. But what makes the EX-Z1200 worth the price is the extra features: mechanical image stabilisation, face detection and a whopping screen
Summary: If you subscribe to the theory that more megapixels is better, then Casio's Exilim EX-Z1200 will be right up your alley. Sporting a 12.1 megapixel sensor, it captures extremely crisp pictures and offers a range of manual shooting options combined with a sturdy design, making it a strong all around...
Pros: Very sharp pictures, Lots of features, Sturdy design
Conclusion: I would describe the Casio Exilim EX-Z1200 as simple, but effective. The photos it takes are sharp and clear and it stands up well against its rivals. There are some concerns about shutter delay, especially when it comes to taking more than one photo at a time.
Pros: Simplicity - simple design - sharpness of photos
Cons: Variable shutter lag - shutter lag with flash - can take dark photos in lower light
Excerpt: „Mały może wiele” – zdecydowanie tak można powiedzieć o aparacie firmy Casio z serii Exilim. Producenci tej firmy przyzwyczaili nas do wysokiej jakości fotograficznych produktów, które pod względem oferowanych możliwości wielokrotnie wyprzedziły swą konkurencję.