A nice little camera that's easy to operate and does everything great.
9 October 2012
Summary: I bought this camera for my grandson to take with us on a vacation trip to Wyoming. It worked perfectly and was very easy for him to operate. There were no problems at all with it. It is very small and easy to carry, but still takes great pictures and has a decent "zoom". I even borrowed it when the battery on my camera went dead. It is an excellent option when you need a quality camera but need to pack light.
Summary: I have been getting adjusted to this very slim version of a camera. Holding it is a bit more of a challenge even with small hands and thin fingers. I just took it on a 5 day Boundary Waters trip in September and it took gorgeous photos as long as I didn't zoom in too closely. The high resolution of the camera even at just the 6mb size images makes it difficult to get clear photos without the tripod when zooming in.
Summary: I purchased this product to replace a lost one....but without the need to expend too much money; I was affraid that because it was a used one may be the quality and appreance not so good....but I was surprise to see a product like a new one and with the same functionality ...you never know when you are going to find a used product with such good quality and price.
Summary: I've bought at least four of the Casio Exilim cameras over the last five years for my children. The Exilim series is a fine, little camera, not too expensive, very light and it produces great photos. I've got nothing negative to say about this product!
Summary: I am about to purchase another CASIO ONLY as My 14 MP SURVIVED after being drowned in the River, bounded down a rock pile in Peru,slamming down many times on airport floors, and years later when' lens error' sign came up I used lip gloss to smooth around the extended lens for yearsss and it moved in and out past sand and gravel for years later. Yesterday was the fatal fall and it opened... and STILL came on and lens came out...but, alassss..
Summary: This is our 3rd Exilim in 10 years - the first lasted 8 before finally giving up and losing the ability to focus. I consider that my money's worth for a camera my wife carried everywhere and took thousands of photos with. The second was bought last year to replace it and did a great job until someone decided to remove it from our car one evening (along with several other items).