Summary: This is a direct replacement for my old one that got damaged. I use it for a lot of underwater photos (in a case of course!!) and this takes excellent photos even compared to the bigger name brands.
Summary: My son's Casio camera was stolen (EX-Z1080)and we found this one to replace it. It was a graduation present and he really liked it. He says this one is even better and really likes all the features. His comment was "Casio rocks!" Casio seems to make very good products.
Summary: Fantastic take everywhere camera. Standout features are (i) excellent image detail (ii) tremendous auto white balance, best appreciated on a calibrated monitor (iii) very easy to use (iv) highly portable and unobtrusive. If the camera is held super steady, the pictures can be sharp too.
Summary: I bought this camera a week before my trip and I really like it. It is very compact and light weight but very powerful with 12.1MP. So far I like everything about it from a very stylist design to many necessary functions that suitable for travelers...
Summary: Great price for how good the pictures/video come out. So many options to use. Easy to use. And got with in two days. Love it. Pictures are so clear like from NatGeo in the food mode at 12m. Love the party mode. And the pet mode is great too.
Summary: As an enthusiastic owner of Casio's EX-Z850, I was curious to see how they had updated that model, so purchased a refurb Z1200, and am quite happy with it though still like the Z850 and continue to use it.
Summary: Comments about Casio Exilim EX-Z1200 Digital Camera: This is a great camera for the kids. The love to take the camera to school on the last day and take pictures of all their friends. It was easy to show them how to take the picture and also easy for them to navigate throughout the system.
Pros: Easy to Use, Excellent in Low Light, Fast Shutter Speed, Good sized screen, Great Resolution
Summary: Did anyone that noticed that the camera was a bit HOT when you left it on and using the telephoto zoom or left it on too long? I called Casio and they tell me it wasn't suppose to do that. they suggested I send it to have it check out. at 199.99 (you think?