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Casio Exilim EX-Z80 8MP Digital Camera - Black

by Casio

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  • 8mp with 3x zoom
  • Auto shutter
  • You Tube ready
  • Instant video button
  • Face detection
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 0.8 x 2 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0012XXE5C
  • Item model number: EX-Z80ABKDBE
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,237 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Stylish affordable 8MP compact digital camera. Auto Shutter, smile detection face detection, instant video button, 2 hrs of video on a 2GB SD card, You Tube ready, iTunes for easy transfer of videos to iPod, iPhone, iTouch; 2.6-inch wide LCD, 3x zoom

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This Casio is a very small camera, almost the size of my cell phone.
saxman
Battery life is acceptable but I have found myself short on battery life a couple of times when not making a concerted effort to recharge it.
Steve M.
This is a very nice little camera, it takes great photos and great videos.
Charles B. Clarke

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By V. D. Alfred on June 9, 2008
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This is my first Casio digital camera. I've mostly used canon compacts and and the pentax tiny optios in the last years. What I have always looked for in a digicam is, in order of importance:

A. Must be small enough to fit in my jeans pocket without adding too much bulk.

B. Must be cheap (around US$200, better if it is at US$150 like this one, though I would pay up to US$250 for something with mega-great reviews).

B. Must offer decent image quality. I don't care if it is not the best, and I don't care about megapixels (for me, 4 MP is enough), but it must be better than a cell phone, and reliable (90% of the shots should come out crisp, not blurry/crappy)

C. Must have decent video, at least 640x480 at 30 fps. I don't care about the format (avi, mov, etc.), though I appreciate it more if it offers a compression format like divx or h264, for optimizing storage card space (so I don't have to buy more expensive memory cards).

D. Must be fast. Okay, obviously I'm not expecting SLR-quick-operation, because no P&S can offer that, but I DO expect a quick turn-on. I totally hate those slow-shutter-lag cameras that take a lot to turn on. What's the point if you want to capture spontaneous fun moments?

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Okay, this camera filled all my requisites and I'm very satisfied. I've had it for a few weeks and I'm falling in love with Casio. I bought this small and sleek camera (about the same size as a credit card, even thinner than the canon SD1000) because of the great reputation of Casio with video mode, and I use a mac (supported by this camera), so I can edit the clips with my iMac at home.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By dorel_c on July 3, 2008
I owned several cameras, film and digital, and this is by far the best digital point-and-shoot I ever had. I have to admit that it took me a long time to decide on buying a Casio as opposed to Cannon, Nikon, or Pentax, as I had very good experience with those.
However my wife was supposed to be the main user of this new camera, so when she saw it in a store, she was sold on it, as the camera is very small and very good looking. She loved the green one (which is actually a greenish yellow) so we paid $10 more than the black one and got it.
To me it took a lot more to be convinced, so here is my point of view on it:
Pros:
- Very good quality of the pictures (the auto focus works great and the multi point metering system takes care nicely of most situations, including some more difficult shots (like high contrast, back lit subjects, moving subjects, etc)
- I love that you can easily switch between standard format (1.33 ratio), film format (3:2 ratio), or wide screen (16:9 format).
- Metal body, makes the camera fill solid and you can have a good grip and stability.
- Easy to switch between different menus like changing formats, flash modes, ISO sensitivity, different self timer settings, shooting modes (like single, continuous, etc), auto shutter, and face recognition modes.
- Although I consider face recognition a gimmick and I never use it in real life, I did try it and surprisingly works very well! Not only the camera will find and focus on the face, but you can set also the Auto-Shutter to take the picture only when the subject smiles. There is even more: you can record several faces in the camera's internal memory, and when those people are in a larger group, the camera will find their faces and focus on them, so they come out the best!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Charles B. Clarke on November 2, 2008
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This is a very nice little camera, it takes great photos and great videos. It would be better if the battery had a longer life, it will go for 1.5 hours taking straight video on a fresh battery, so it's not miserable.

However, you will need to buy at least a 2 GB memory card. There is a small built in memory, but that is for the face recognition feature, it will only allow you to take 4 or 5 high quality photos, so you actually need to buy a memory card.

It's easy to use and if you spend a few minutes reading the instructions that are included on the disc as a .pdf file, you will learn that this camera has lots of features to enhance your experience and all the features are relatively easy to use and incorporate. Of course, this camera performs great without going through the instructions.

The one thing to make note of, there is software included but it is NOT compatible with MAC, fortunately I have iMovie that came with my iMac and it's all I need to edit video. Don't worry though Mac users, the video this camera creates can be viewed without the help of any editing software, it will open using QuickTime.

I hope this helps.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kyle K.D. on October 4, 2008
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For my first digital camera I couldn't be happier with this purchase. It's very compact, can be easily hidden away in a pants pocket etc.

Take really great photos and the best thing is it's really easy to use. I don't have to spend 2 hours reading a stupid manual to find out what are the options.

Everything about this camera is simple, I was shocked at how easy I can flip through options to change as I see fit.

I am still to check out exactly how many pics the battery can handle before needing a recharge but I took a week fiddling around with the camera, took videos and pics, changing options, playing back the video on the television etc before the battery needed a recharge.

This camera doesn't have a stupid time limit on videos, the length of the video depends on the space you have on the SD card, the 2gb card I have in give me about 1hr 10mins of video time which is great.

Get a case for it though, the display screen on the back is HUGE(love it) so you don't want it getting scratched up.
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