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Anyone Got A Casio Exilim Ex-s100

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by tel47, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. tel47

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    anyone out there got a casio ex-s100,i am just looking for a small pocket camera that takes decent snapshots,this seems ideal for the purpose very small and compact,but i wondered if anyone had any experience with this model,your thoughts appreciated.

    cheers.
     
  2. mr jones

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    and here was me thinking casio made watches!
     
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    No, but I have got a Casio Exilim Z3 (may be S3) which I have had since 2003.
    Looks very similar to the s100 but with slightly smaller screen. It takes decent pics (IMO) but I'm certainly no photographer. Like you I wanted something compact. Easily fits in your pocket, you won't know it's there.
     
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    yes i thought that myself,but apparently they make a few decent pocket cams as well.
     
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    Continuing on the dolphin theme......

    I recently purchased a Casio Z4 refurb from currys (or one of the shops in that group) for my fiancees sister as she wanted a small compact camera...

    I'm quite impressed with it - as with most compact digicams low light performance could be better but it has a decent lens, good resolution, good variety of shooting modes and options and is quick to start up and has a quite small shutter lag (better than my Canon A80 anyway...)
     
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  7. tel47

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    cheers for the imfo,after reading both reviews on your link i actually went for the casio ex-z50 in the end as i thought the 5mp might be better suited for what i want,early days yet but i am really pleased with it so far some great features,good picture quality, and it's very fast virtually no shutter lag,and just to think i thought casio only made watchs... :D
     

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