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Casio Exilim EX-Z4U
Though the Casio Exilim EX-Z4U is barely bigger than a credit card (its 0.9-inch width excluded), it offers a 3x optical zoom, 2" LCD screen, and 4-megapixel resolution. Casio's Exilim line of cameras is well-known for its tiny dimensions, and the Z4U is no exception -- measuring just 3.43" (W) x 2.24" (H) x .93" (D), this camera can slide into a pocket almost unnoticed. While the Z4U's size is undoubtedly its greatest selling point, its impressive images and the included camera docking station both help make this tiny Casio an appealing choice for casual snapshooters.
- 4.0 megapixels (effective)
- 3x optical zoom/4x digital zoom
- auto and manual focus
- program exposure only
- JPEG file format
- ISO range 50-400
- proprietary Lithium-Ion battery
- no movie mode. Includes docking cradle
- UPC: 00079767683344
- Release Date: Nov 04, 2003
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Casio Exilim EX-Z4U Reviews
Casio Exilim EX-Z4U Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users
- 5.0 out of 5
I've had lots of electronic cameras. This was the first one I was really happy with. It has more than enough flexibility to do almost anything you want. I like it's ease of use, picture quality, small size and docking cradle. I wan't afraid to give it to my wife who can sometimes be overwhelmed with technology. I bought a newer fancier Casio and learned I
should have gotten one with a docking station. Now I miss this camera since I gave it to my wife!
- 5.0 out of 5
This camera does everything I wanted a camera to do ... it's fun ... it's easy ... it takes great pictures ... never a problem ... Absolutely love it!!!
- 1.0 out of 5
This casio camera is the worst digi. camera that i have come across so far. I could never assume what the picture would look like, none of the options for the best shots ever worked out for me. I think having more options like that only makes it worse, because you constatnly have to change it, because when you turn it back on it goes back to the main mode, and doesnt stay on what you would like. Its quite annoying to have to change the shot before EACH picture. The quality is horrible, even when I transferred the pictures onto my PC, they were still blurry. Terrible camera, nothing like my previous one of a different brand.