Casio Exilim EX-Z120 – Review @ DigicamReview

Casio Exilim EX-Z120, a 7.2 megapixel point-and-shoot digital camera with anti-shake DSP, 3x optical zoom, and a 2.0″ LCD screen, has been reviewed at Megapixel. Here’s their verdict on image quality


“Image quality is good to very good, the images have very good colour, with good saturation, contrast and detail – although images are slightly soft, and could do with sharpening, either in camera or afterwards. The camera did a good job focusing – although the camera occasionally struggled in low-light, the majority of the time focusing in low-light was successful. I did not notice vignetting in photos, nor did I notice barrel or pincushion distortion. There is a good range of image sizes, and a good choice of compression options. The macro mode is average, although it does provides good detail and colour. Auto white balance and metering seemed to be very good the majority of the time. Red-eye was a problem in some of the photos, however purple fringing was very low. The movie mode choices are good, providing 640×480 and 30 frames per second with sound. Noise was slightly high at the higher settings, but at the lower settings wasn’t a problem. The camera’s “Anti-shake” mode using ISO800 and ISO1600 may be useful if you don’t want to take flash photos, and if you intend to print at a small size, although it isn’t as successful as real anti-shake such as optical image stabilisation or anti-shake sensor, nor is the high ISO mode as successful as the “

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