Summary: This is a wonderful point and shoot camera. Its small, has a nice big LCD display, and is fairly rugged with it's metal body. This has gone with me where my SLR couldn't and snapped some pretty great photos. The only drawback is the weird charging stand that it requires.
Summary: This is my second Casio EX-Z1000. It has been a great "pocket camera" for carrying with me for spontaneous photo opportunities. I lost my first camera during a trip and insisted on obtaining an identical Casio.
Digital SLR users first point and shoot digital camera
Matt & Dana, Amazon
4 May 2007
Summary: Being a long time digital SLR user, heck I even had a Nikon D100. I was extremely reluctant to purchase a non-SLR digital camera. But I must say this casio changed my mind. Pros: Small, light weight, large LCD, works with 4GB SHDC card Great pictures, resolution is amazing Color is better than I...
Summary: At first I thought my husband paid to much, but as I fiddled with the camera, I found so many options for digital use! I have had so many people wish their camera did what this beauty does. I am just starting out, but I love this camera.
Pros: Comfortable Controls, Easy Setup, Easy to Keep Clean, Strong Construction
Summary: I have not had the camera long enough to make a complete analysis of the noise or mp quality, but so far it has taken some GREAT pics. It has great settings; however, I think the camera was made to teach you how tweek the settings, too.
Pros: Accurate Colors, Great Resolution, Nice Features and Settings, Rugged, Simple Controls
Summary: This is a stylish little camera easy to carry and use. If you are not too picky about the IQ it is a great choice. But if you compare with other brands, you will see the it falls short on IQ especially on the noise control even at low ISO level.
Pros: Accurate Colors, Great Resolution, Nice Features and Settings
Summary: I have used the camera heavily over the past four weeks in good, bad and marginal lighting conditions. I am very pleased with the picture quality and the ease of access to the numerous pre-set picture modes. The LCD is huge and visible in all lighting situations.
Summary: I previously had the Casio EX-Z750 7.1MP digital camera and thought it was a decent camera so i went with the EX-Z1000. Even though it's in the same line-up as the EX-Z750, it's a completely different camera. I consider myself a power user - so far, the EX-Z1000 has accomodated my needs fairly well.