Casio Exilim EX-Z33 Review – My 6 son’s new digital camera
6 April 2010
Conclusion: Cheap, easy to use camera that takes very good pictures outdoor and average pictures indoors and low-light conditions. With dedicated buttons for photos and video, 10MB sensor and face detection, is perfect for children use. Here are several samples of pictures taken with this camera, in various conditions. The pictures were not modified, but hey were scaled-down to fit the requirements on this website.
Pros: very small, fit easily even into a child’s hand, reasonably good 10MB pictures, can also take pictures in WIDE mode (16:9 to view on your TV), very easy to use, point and click with dedicated buttons for taking pictures, viewing pictures and video mode, several available colors for every taste (silver, black, blue, light pink, vibrant pink), face detection, YouTube mode wide-screen video, looks reasonable on my 60″ plasma TV., Included internal storage 16.9MB, you can...
Cons: slow auto-focus, so-so pictures indoor and low light conditions
Casio Exilim EX-Z33 – ultra-compact inexpensive camera
9 February 2010
Excerpt: Inexpensive and ultra-compact camera featured with sensor-shift image stabilization and one-button video capture. The shooting performance is slow. The battery life is short. The camera does not give good photos of moving objects. Software and drivers, carrying strap, USB cable and battery charger. Casio Exilim EX-Z33 is 10.1-megapixel camera , which has CCD optical sensor.
Conclusion: The compromises with the Casio Exilim EX-Z33 tend to come with the features, shutter lag and flash unit. When it comes to picture taking the camera does a better than many of its rivals. It offers good value for money.
Pros: Ease of use - low price
Cons: LCD screen - slow response times - weak flash unit
Conclusion: Competent features and impressive build for such a low price tag but image quality is a drawback of this model. We would recommend saving the extra money for a more substantial compact shooter.