Summary: I bought this camera several years ago, and have yet to take a fantastic photo. At one time, this was my primary camera, but now only use this as a back-up. I cannot get decent images in anything but full light. Even then, images are still grainy. In every other way, it is great. Easy to use, good battery life, lots of features, portable, etc. But isn't the point of a camera to take good pictures?
Summary: I recieved this camera as a gift from my mother. I charged the batter for two full days and when I inserted it into the camera it wouldnt turn on. After numerous attempts to charge and turn on the camera I gave up. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY, YOU'RE GOING TO END UP RETURNING IT ANYWAY...[JUST TRYING TO HELP YOU OUT!
Summary: I have owned many digital cameras. So far my favorite have been from Canon. Casio makes the worst brand out of all of them. Not only was this camera terrible to work with, the pictures were really bad. The macro setting makes no difference. I tried to take pictures of things close up and it did better when it was not set to micro. Worst camera ever, just bought a Canon SD 1100 and I LOVE IT.
Summary: The camera began to malfunction within 24 hours of arrival. The lens would not retract when the camera was turned off. The only way to make it operate properly was to remove and replace the battery. Whoever reconditioned the camera did a lousy job.
Flat, washed-out colors in pictures. Not a pretty sight.
9 December 2007
Summary: Wow, I'm not sure what's with all the glowing reviews. I bought this EX-Z75 because my Canon camera is a few years old and I wanted something with higher resolution. So I got this Casio one and wow, the colors are bad. Everything looks so flat and washed out and dead. My old Canon is so much more vibrant. The shirt I was wearing in the pictures on the Casio didn't look like the color it does with the naked eyed, it looked faded in the pictures.
Summary: Typically, I come here to read the reviews, before purchasing the item I'm looking for. I hope this will alert you to the Casio Exilim EX-Z75. The quality of this camera was below average standards. I've been using Casio Exilims for years, and this version is not as good as the 5MP camera I currently own, so I returned it.
Summary: I'm an amateur photographer who was searching for a small, handy point and shoot to carry along with my SLR, which takes great pictures, but is terrible to go backpacking with. I had a Casio Exilim Z40, which I loved and used for 4 years before it finally met its doom against a rock face, and had high expectations for this camera. The results were very disappointing.
Summary: This is beautiful, slim, hot little camera. The LCD is huge, the buttons are easy to figure out, and it seems like it would be a great point-and-shoot camera. But the pictures were mostly fuzzy; the zoom wasn't fantastic; and on the second day, it got a "lens error" that prevented us from using it at all. We couldn't even turn it on because of the error.