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Casio Exilim EX-Z1000

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I EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1000 göms otroliga 10,1 miljoner bildpunkter i det kompakta och eleganta höljet av rostfritt stål. EX-Z1000 är den första EXILIM-kameran som utrustats med en extremt ljusstark och bred 2,8-tums bredbilds-TFT-färgskärm. Stäng
I EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1000 göms otroliga 10,1 miljoner bildpunkter i det kompakta och eleganta höljet av rostfritt stål. EX-Z1000 är den första EXILIM-kameran som utrustats med en ext... Läs mer
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  • T3

    WE LOVE:
    Bright LCD
    Operation panel
    Simple

    WE HATE:
    Expensive
    Useless Quick
    Zoom feature

    WE SAY:
    You might not need ten megapixels, but it's nice to have, and this is still a brilliantly user-friendly, responsive camera.

    12 år sedan
  • Casio Exilim EX-Z1000

    Pros:
    •Excellent resolution and good edge-to-edge detail
    •Excellent results at ISO 50 and 100
    •Slim all-metal body
    •Superb build and finish
    •Easy to use
    •Well designed control and menu system
    •Very fast startup, focus, shutter lag
    •Lots of scene modes and some in-camera effects / editing
    •Superb screen; very bright
    •Accurate white balance
    •Lots of on-screen information including exposure info and live histogram
    •Good battery life

    Cons:
    •Noisy at ISO 400+, almost unusable at ISO 800
    •High Sensitivity (up to ISO 3200) mode very very low resolution (pixel-binning)
    •Misleading 'image stabilization' mode simply increases the ISO
    •Noise reduction starts to remove low contrast detail at ISO 200
    •Underpowered flash
    •Consistent overexposure of bright scenery shots (use AE-compensation)
    •Cannot charge the battery or connect to PC without using the cradle
    •Lens only F5.4 at long end; camera shake an issue unless light is good
    •Images over-sharpened at default setting

    13 år sedan
  • Casio Exilim EX-Z1000 review

    Plus

    • Excellent all-round performance

    Minus

    • Focus is poor on occasions

    Conclusion
    The Z1000's 10MP chip is only a small part of this camera's appeal. Casio has created an attractive, well-specifi ed and speedy camera that surpasses its lifestyle roots to offer a genuine alternative to bloated bridge cameras costing considerably more.

    13 år sedan
  • DigiCam Review

    What I like:

    • Large, bright 2.8" widescreen
    • Panel mode gives quick access to common features
    • Fast and responsive.
    • Plenty of scene modes to help ordinary people take better photos.
    • Good colour - well saturated, accurate, pleasing skin tones
    • Good flash control - tones down well when subject is close etc.
    • High speed continuous shooting mode available with flash
    • Some more advanced modes such as Custom White Balance, Manual Focus, Live Histogram

    What I don't like:

    • High noise in a lot of the photos even at lower ISO settings from ISO200+
    • Anti-shake / High Sensitvity modes produce very noisy / blurry photos and don't let you choose your ISO setting.
    • Images are generally soft - and don't show much more detail than a good 6, 7 or 8 megapixel digital camera
    • ISO Setting not shown in the EXIF Data

    13 år sedan
  • PhotographyBLOG

    Design: 9/10
    Features: 9/10
    Ease-of-Use: 9/10
    Image Quality: 6/10
    Value for Money: 7/10

    The Casio Exilim EX-Z1000 is a frustrating camera. It is one of the best-built, well thought-out, feature-rich and quick compact digital cameras that I've ever reviewed. On the other hand, the 10 megapixel sensor is a liability, producing images that look good at first glance, but which upon closer inspection suffer from noise at ISO 200 and faster, purple fringing in many shots, including situations where you wouldn't expect to find it, and almost completely ineffective anti-shake and high-sensitivity modes. In short, I thoroughly enjoyed using the EX-Z1000, but didn't like the images that it produced, which is possibly the worst kind of disappointment. The Casio Exilim EX-Z1000 proves that Casio can build an innovative and intuitive camera that rivals the best models from the likes of Canon and Nikon. Unfortunately it also proves that you can't squeeze 10 megapixels onto such a small sensor without creating some serious image quality issues. The Casio Exilim EX-Z1000 may have grabbed the headlines when it was launched, but unless you only take photos in almost perfect, daylight conditions, and you don't mind purple edges in your images, then the Casio EX-Z1000 is sadly one to avoid.

    13 år sedan
  • Overall rating: 8/10
    Features: 8/10
    Value for money: 6/10

    Pros: Tiny size; scene modes; fast operation; good image
    quality; bright LCD

    Cons: Small controls; too many menus

    Overall: The Exilim Z1000 is a good performer for its size and
    easy to use, but be prepared to buy a large capacity memory card

    13 år sedan
  • Overall rating: 8/10

    Good Points

    • High megapixel resolution

    • Easy to use and very portable

    • Bright, high resolution LCD screen



    Bad Points

    • No memory card supplied (just 8Mb internal memory)

    • Questionable as to whether the full extent of the camera’s sensor is used


    • Some shadow detail lost to image noise



    Verdict

    A high resolution – should you need it – is the chief selling point of
    the Casio Exilim Zoom Z1000, since its other features are fairly average. Still,
    it’s responsive, looks stylish and is capable of a crisp performance

    13 år sedan
  • Good Points
    • High megapixel resolution
    • Easy to use and very portable
    • Bright, high resolution LCD screen

    Bad Points
    • No memory card supplied (just 8Mb internal memory)
    • Questionable as to whether the full extent of the camera’s sensor is used
    • Some shadow detail lost to image noise

    Verdict
    A high resolution – should you need it – is the chief selling point ofthe Casio Exilim Zoom Z1000, since its other features are fairly average. Still,it’s responsive, looks stylish and is capable of a crisp performance

    13 år sedan
  • CNET Australia

    Good:

    • Sturdy body with an elegant design
    • Simple and intuitive interface
    • Continuous shooting with flash
    • Negligible shutter lag

    Bad:

    • Unusable pictures at high ISO settings
    • Effective 2.5-inch screen estate
    • Slow continuous shooting

    Verdict:
    The trendy design and user-friendly features manage to steal some thunder from this high-resolution shooter. However, the Exilim EX-Z1000 is still a basic digicam targeted at users who want a high-resolution camera.

    13 år sedan
  • Offering ten megapixels the Casio Exilim EX-Z1000 is likely to be a very popular digital camera. It takes a decent photo both indoors and outdoors. It has quite a range of different features for a camera in this category and also sports a large LCD screen.

  • Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z1000 digital camera

    Plus

    • Good design and build
    • Compact and easy to use
    • Anti-shake mode with high sensitivity setting
    • 37 automated “BEST SHOT” (scene) modes.

    Minus

    • Flash underpowered
    • Noisy images in shadows and over ISO 200
    • Purple fringing
    • Detail loss due to noise suppression
    • Marked barrel distortion at wide end of zoom.

    Conclusion This camera should have a lower resolution, say (the almost defacto) 6-megapixel resolution of most of its competitors. The race for bigger numbers has actually reduced the quality of the end result. So, at first the Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z1000 looked a cracker both in terms of its design and build and its easy to use feature set. But once you start to get deeper, problems rear their head and I have to say left me very disappointed. If shooting in good lighting at lower ISOs (or making smaller prints than A4) then the image quality will not disappoint (though detail is still lacking). Once things get a bit gloomier or you shoot using the Auto ISO setting then images suffer, making the poster-sized prints this camera would otherwise be eminently capable of producing, compromised with image noise, purple fringing, and removal of detail.

  • Think Camera (Betyg: 9/10)

    I had the Casio EX-Z1000 on test at the same time as a number of other cameras. I have shot far more pictures with the Casio than with any of the other cameras because it's tiny enough to slip into a pocket and I knew that I could rely on it for quality pictures. If I was looking for a sleek compact that got me great results and had plenty of pixels then I would almost certainly buy the Z1000. However, I still think 10MP may be a step too far for many users. If you want a great looking compact, routinely crop your pictures (or use digital zoom) and are happy paying a premium for larger file sizes then it's unlikely you will do better than the EX-Z1000. Personally, I'd shop hard and get a bargain on the Z600 while it's still around.

    Design: 9
    Features: 9
    Ease Of Use: 9
    Picture Quality: 9
    Battery: 8
    Value: 7
    Overall: 9

    50 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Camera Test: Casio Exilim EX-Z1000

    With digital compact cameras now passing the 10MP threshold, we decided to put the top five models to the test in order to help you determine which one may be right for you.

    11 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    First Looks: Casio EX-Z1000

    ConclusionIn digital cameras, a higher megapixel count represents a higher image resolution, and this explains why a 4.0-megapixel camera is typically more capable of producing print outs that are significantly sharper (by capturing more details) than say a 3.0 or 2.0-megapixel camera. Right at the top end is the new 10.1-megapixel Casio EX-Z1000 digital compact. First thing first, the EX-Z1000 doesn't manipulate megapixel count using interpolation; it is capable of capturing 10.1 million pixels per shot. Prior to the arrival of the EX-Z1000 however, only high-end DSLR and prosumer cameras like the Nikon D200 and Sony R1 are endowed with 10.0-megapixel image sensors. Suffice to say, the EX-Z1000 is the first ultra compact camera to pack an image sensor of equivalent caliber. The EX-Z1000 looks deceivingly simple. Compared to the Casio EX-Z850, the EX-Z1000 has dropped the viewfinder and mode dial options in favor of a larger 2.8-inch, 230k-color wide format LCD screen. The camera has a built-in direct power-on mode that allows users to quickly fire up the camera by pressing either the power on/off button, camera or playback mode button. Though this convenient feature lets you power up the camera instantaneously, the chances of accidentally starting the camera are effectively higher too. Up to 37 pre-configured scenes are available and these are selectable via a dedicated "BS" button located below the circular navigation button. For those new to digital photography, the EX-Z1000 has several auto modes to shorten their learning curve. With the exception of the auto-ISO mode, most other functions are straightforward and easy enough to be utilized out of the box. As mentioned, the EX-Z1000 has an odd difficulty in automatically adjusting ISO ratings to correctly match the environment it is in from time to time. In environments where lighting was sufficiently strong for an ISO rating of 50 to be utilized, ISO 800 was surprisingly and unnecessarily engaged instead. Needless to say, such an oddity is very likely to produce overexposed picture with excessive noise. A gripe we had with the camera was that the video recording is limited to 25fps at 640 x 480 pixels and not at a smoother 30fps rating. In playback mode however, users are free to adjust the brightness and display mode of the LCD monitor from Dynamic, Vivid, Real, Night or Power Saving. One interesting feature of the EX-Z1000 is the Zoom Continuous Shutter mode that works by displaying both wide angle and telephoto shots on the LCD screen and to have both shots taken simultaneously with just one press of the shutter button. On the whole, we were very impressed with the level of details and color reproduction shown by the new Casio EX-Z1000. In most cases, images came out very well, especially so for night shots. As for day pictures, color reproduction was slightly warmer, which may or may not suit the preference of everyone. But with a suggested retail price of US$399.99, the EX-Z1000 is clearly a quality digital compact that's also value for money. It's just a pity that there is no built-in optical image stabilization, otherwise for which the EX-Z1000 would make an excellent backup camera for even professional magazine photographers.