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Casio High Speed Exilim Ex-ZR700 Digital Camera Brown EX-ZR700BN - International Version (No Warranty)

4.9 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
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  • "triple shot " function to minimize the time lag when the photographer is slowed to react.
  • high quality, high magnification zoom shooting in compact body.
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Product Description

The new system EXILIM Engine HS Ver.3 is adopted.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1.2 x 4.2 x 2.4 inches
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 14.6 ounces
ASIN B00B7D8I44
Item model number EX-ZR700BN
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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4.9 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #26,337 in Camera & Photo
#2,911 in Camera & Photo > Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Date first available at Amazon.com March 8, 2013

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Bought for son. Too pricey for me really. I can't believe I actually spent money on it. Son offered to pay himself, or at least half. Very good child and we've had a tough year, he really stepped it up when necessary. He is very happy with camera. It has some specific feature he wanted, maybe for fast moving objects? Can't remember. So far, 2-3 months, not sorry we purchased. Only 4 stars because of cost and did not come with a case. My under $100 Vivitar that takes better pics than some friends $300-$700 cameras, came with a case. He's happy, we have a backup camera, overall happy with purchase.
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I have never gone wrong with a Casio. This camera is amazing. It came from Germany quickly with no hidden customs fees. In fact, it beat the orders from the US I ordered at the same time. I do have to charge it through my computer hookup as the charger has European prongs. I could just use an adapter, but I have an extra battery and so far it's not been a problem to keep them charged. The battery life on Casio cameras is unbeatable. I can take about 500 pics before needing to put a new one in. I still haven't taken the time to learn all it's features, but one option I live is the click of a button to shoot a series of multi shots. I can program it to shoot up to 30 at a time. It gives you stop action movie type pictures which is very helpful when trying to get a jumping picture or the first kiss at a wedding. Shoots great in low light. Wide angle. Has manual overrides like a DSL on the top. The settings button works a little different. It shows up on the left side of the screen. Another big change from my other Casio's is that when you take a picture now, the screen does not go blank for a moment. The picture you took shows up in the right hand corner of the screen as a thumbnail. So if you're used to the other, you might miss seeing it and think you missed taking your picture. But so nice now not to have the screen go blank. Good video. Pop up flash. I'm surprised you can't get it in the states. I guess Casio is just concentrating on their European market.
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The camera came from Japan and the directions in the camera were in Japanese and it took a little bit of doing including contacting the supplier to get it changed, but after understanding the system a little it was accomplished without problem. This camera has more features than the average person needs but it's there. After checking other cameras the manufacture of this camera seems to be high quality and should be very durable. I haven't transferred any pictures to my computer yet but looking at them on the camera screen they look very sharp and detailed. I think the camera is well worth the money. I think they should ware house them in the states as they do in Europe.
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This camera has revolutionized my business. I run a baseball pitching academy and was trying to use my cell phone for slow motion video analysis but the motion blur was ridiculous and I couldn't really show my clients what they needed to see. I was damn close buying a $1,200 camera before I stumbled upon this little beaut. I figured for $200 it was worth a shot, best gamble I've ever made. I actually just bought a second one today so that I can run multiple camera angles at the same time!
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Better than expected.....the 16 megapixel shots have amazing clarity.....the 36X zoom is fantastic......I didn't know one could take panorama snap shots.....also the low light snapshots appear as a fully lit room......I could go on and on but you get the point...I paid $211 including shipping from japan......some sites are selling this camera for over $300......do some homework here.....on the down side, the user manual was printed in Japanese......it is imperative to have a manual to understand the many settings.....I had to download the English version from the internet (readily available)....the result was 192 pages.....finally, the camera does not include the memory card.....to take full advantage of the cameras capability you would need a 32 GB SD card
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