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Casio Exilim EX-Z75 7.2MP Digital Camera with 3x Anti Shake Optical Zoom (Black)

by Casio

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  • 7.2-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 15 x 20-inch prints
  • 3x optical zoom; 2.6-inch LCD Wide and Bright display
  • eBay Best Shot takes photos at a size that is image optimized for display on eBay
  • Easy Mode for simple shooting with intuitive menus
  • Stores images on SD memory cards (8.0MB internal memory included); powered by lithium ion battery (battery and charger included)
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 1 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000MXLAFO
  • Item model number: EX-Z75BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (192 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,559 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 30, 2007

Product Description

Color: Black

Product Description

The Exilim Zoom EX-Z75 Digital cameras features a Wide LCD Display for improved image viewing and ease of use while delivering an effective 7.2 Megapixels. The EX-Z75 features the slim looks, quick shooting style including Anti Shake DSP for reducing photo blur due to shaky hands or moving subjects. Its 2.5-inch wide LCD display, makes it enjoyable for users to capture breathtaking wide aspect ratio images, making the camera functions easier to see and operate. Pictures taken in a portrait format can be manually rotated for playback in landscape format. Auto Exposure Control Light Meter - Multi Pattern, Center Weighted & Center Spot ISO - Auto up to 800 White Balance - Automatic, fixed 6 modes, manual switching Self-Timer - 2, 10 Seconds & Triple Self-Timer Recording Modes - Single image, Best Shot, movie with sound, single image with voice, Continuous Shutter, Voice Recording, macro, self-timer Built-in Electronic-Flash System - Auto, manual-on, manual-off, Red Eye-Reduction, Soft Flash USB/AV Interface with NTSC & PAL compliant Input/Output Terminals Battery Life - Up to 230 Stills Dimensions - Width 3.76 x Height 2.39 x Depth 0.77 inch (95.4 mm x 60.6 mm x 19.6 mm) Weight - 122 grams without battery and memory card

From the Manufacturer

The Exilim Zoom EX-Z75, a new addition to its stylish series of Exilim digital cameras, features a newly developed wide LCD display for improved image viewing, ease of use, and delivers effective 7.2 megapixels.

This new model follows Casio's release last year of the 7.2-megapixel EX-Z70, a camera that featured the slim looks, quick shooting style, and large LCD display of an Exilim while also making both camera setup and shooting simpler than ever. The EX-Z75 retains all the advanced functions of the EX-Z70, including Anti-Shake DSP for reducing photo blur due to shaky hands or moving subjects. Its new 2.6-inch wide LCD display makes it enjoyable for users to capture breathtaking wide aspect ratio images and also makes the camera functions easier to see and operate.

The EX-Z75 can display information on the right side of the ample screen, separate from the subject shown on the monitor while shooting. It enables users to quickly change settings on the information display when shooting. In Easy Mode, menus for simplifying a wide array of camera settings (flash, self-timer, and image size) are also shown on the right side of the monitor for easy viewing and use.

Main Features

  • Stylish, slim, compact model featuring 7.2 million effective pixels and 3x optical zoom.
  • Generous new 2.6-inch wide LCD display (14:9 aspect ratio).
  • Setting information displayed on right side of monitor to improve viewing and ease of use.
  • Easy Mode for simple shooting with intuitive menus.
  • Anti-Shake DSP for reducing photo blur due to shaky hands or moving subjects.
Exclusive to the Casio Exilim line of digital cameras in the US is the eBay Best Shot mode. The eBay Best Shot mode is one of 34 Best Shot Modes featured in the EX-Z75. eBay Best Shot takes photos at a size that is image optimized for display on eBay, allowing picture takers to more quickly and easily create photos for selling items on eBay. eBay Best Shot mode also includes Auto Macro, an ideal setting for capturing images of small items such as jewelry, tags, etc., thus automatically adjusting the focus from acquiring fine details in close up shots to capturing large items from a distance. eBay Best Shot mode allows users to capture optimized images at an ideal size for eBay.

For ease of use, eBay photos are stored in a special eBay directory.

What's in the box
Casio Exilim EX-Z75 digital camera, rechargeable lithium ion battery, lithium ion battery charger, AC power cord, USB cable, AV cable, strap, CD-ROM

Customer Reviews

It was returned to CASIO service and sent back to me.
Jdavid Goldsmith
It took great pictures for the most part (just a couple blurry one's when the light was low).
G. Shelton
This camera takes beautiful pictures and very nice video.
J. Goedert

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

84 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Karimell on April 11, 2007
Color Name: Pink
This camera was second choice to the Canon powershot. I did my research online and found a lot of pleased consumers, so I decided to buy it. I have yet to regret my decision. The pictures come out very clear, crisp colors. Very easy to use, menus are straight forward, battery life is AWESOME!! I bought the camera a month ago, have used it several times and have yet the need to charge the battery. This camera is definitely worth the money.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By A. Yoffe on April 8, 2007
Color Name: Black
This is a fantastic camera. The menu bar on the right side of the screen makes it really simple to use and adjust settings on the fly. The "best shot" mode is very useful as well, as it tailors the camera's settings for the type of picture you're shooting. It's nice and compact and fits in my pocket comfortably. The pictures look great too
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Crenwelge VINE VOICE on June 26, 2007
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I got this for my 16 year old daughter just before her team trip to DisneyWorld. She has since taken 43,000 pics....or something close to that. She loves it...it comes in different colors....fits in her purse....she has ZERO complaints. This is her first camera just for her....but the fourth if you count family cameras that she took over.....she constantly had issues with every other camera for one reason or another. We shopped together and she picked this one....Price has continued to drop since I bought this last spring....and I say it is still worth the price.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Goedert on May 25, 2007
Color Name: Black
Ok, I had been looking for a high quality 7.2MP pocket sized camera. I researched all over the web and read reviews and consumer reports and found that this camera had great ratings. I always have to see for myself, so I bought this camera as a high ranked, highly reviewed, top of the mountain product. When I got the camera home I noticed that Casio packaged this camera very nicely. The camera is very sturdy and well made, feels like quality in your hands. I charged the NP20 battery, placed it and a 1GB SD card in the camera and have had a hard time putting it down. This camera takes beautiful pictures and very nice video. Small and light weight this camera is like putting a credit card in your pocket. (Just make sure you don't sit on it) I take this camera with me on vacation and anywhere I don't want to take my DSLR. Buy it and you will be pleased.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By W. Otto on March 1, 2008
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
UPDATE
There are some newer cameras out there that use bigger lenses, unbelievable processing techniques, and lenslet arrays in front of the sensor to get more light on those pixels. The upshot is, that if you want a camera that just takes the best picture possible indoors in a pocket point and shoot, you will be very happy for example with a Sony Cybershot DSC-WX1, but you'll have to shell out $329. Nevertheless, in 2010, it makes this Casio look like about the least expensive camera around.

OVERVIEW

Up until the past year, if you wanted a better picture in low-light conditions, you needed a bigger sensor and a bigger lens. That typically meant a digital SLR. This past year, Nikon, Sony and Canon have shown that several short duration pictures can be taken, and stitched together to effectively increase the exposure time without the blur from handheld jitter. If you have $350 to spend, consider the Sony Cybershot DSC-WX1 or TX1.

But this Casio is an average to low-end compact camera, and has some nice features and takes good pictures. But like any compact camera designed in 2007, more than 2-3 megapixels clearly resolved is not really possible except in the brightest sunlit conditions. If you look closely, they are going to be grainy and blurry. Some compact cameras are better than others at disguising the grain and blur with aggressive processing to punch up the colors and contrast and sharpness. But if you look really close, you'll see that it is really not much better than 3 megapixels. However, in 2010, the new DSC-TX7 challenges that assumption. See test photos compared to the Exilim Z75 here:
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Beyond that, this camera does nice snapshots, especially if the light is good. Videos are very nice and high quality, but not HD.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Bolte on May 23, 2007
Color Name: Silver
I bought this product after hearing from my parents that there was a Casio Exilim available for $230...considerably less than what I'd seen a year ago when I was looking for a camera. It was $205 here, so I jumped at the chance, and after taking several shots with it over 2 weeks, I can tell that it's good for what it is - an entry-level point-and-shoot camera - but it's not without its faults.

There are many different "ideal" modes that you can choose from to get a slightly higher-quality shot, depending on the situation (indoor, outdoot, sport, and many others...even an "eBay Best Shot" mode)...but once you get a chance to work with the camera, it becomes obvious that it doesn't do action shots very well at all. Perhaps this would be alleviated if you used a tripod, but most of the action shots I've tried have turned out quite blurry.

Still shots, however, do look quite presentable. There is a fair amount of grain and noise in the picture in certain situations (low lighting, for example), but this appears to be another case of "You get what you pay for."

All in all, it's a highly portable camera, great for getting spontaneous shots wherever you go...but don't expect miracles from the EX-Z75. From what I've read, there are better options for the price, and better options within the Exilim line, including models that allow for manual image control and high-speed shooting, so you may want to do some research before purchasing this particular camera.
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