Budget Camera Shootout: Casio Exilim EX-Z75 vs. Pentax Optio M30
18 Diciembre 2008
Extracto: Budget Camera Shootout: Casio Exilim EX-Z75 vs. Pentax Optio M30111753CasioEX-Z75On the surface so many 3x zoom compact digicams look virtually identical. How do you tell them apart, and what really separates one 3x zoom budget digicam from the next? A lot of times it comes down to the little things, like menu navigation, fit and finish, and price, that make one compact camera a better deal than the next.
Extracto: Adapté aux photographes débutants, l' Exilim Z75 de Casio est compact et extra plat disposant d'un mode "Easy" ainsi qu'un mode BESTSHOT. Disposant d'un capteur CCD de plus de 7 millions de pixels et d'un zoom optique de 3x, Cet appareil photo reprend la technologie "Anti Shake DSP" (diminution du flou et du tremblement). D'une rapidité exemplaire, l' EX-Z75 ne nécessite que 2 ms entre la mise au point et le déclenchement, parfait pour prendre des instants précis.
A favor: Allumage et déclenchement très rapide, Objectif de qualité, Ultraplat
Contras: Mauvaise dispositions des touches, Problèmes de flou, Sensibilité limitée à 400 ISO
Extracto: This is a very thin body digital camera, indeed. Casio Exilim Z75 has an Anti-Shake function, which helps to reduce blurring due to moving subjects or shaky hands. A special thing about this camera is the World Time: contains a database with 162 cities from 32 zones and a built-in quartz digital clock and a calendar up to year 2049 (no wonder that this camera comes from Casio â€“ a clock manufacture).
Resumen: The Casio EXILIM Zoom Z75 is, in reality, more a makeover of the Z70 than a major leap forward; that larger LCD being one of the key changes. The picture quality is good though and the addition of that larger screen and widescreen capture for stills and movies adds pep. The competitive price and stylish looks should also ensure the new model is one keenly contesting the increasingly crowded marketplace.
A favor: Good price, slim design, large colour LCD, USB 2.0 connectivity, good image quality at lower ISOs
Contras: No optical viewfinder, noise at higher ISOs, pixel fringing around high contrast areas
Extracto: I like cameras that I can tote around easily, especially when I'm traveling extensively. Which incidentally I did lately. I had taken the Casio Z75 with me on this little excursion, so I decided to provide a complete update on the camera (because I'm sure you wouldn’t want to be bored with a blow-by-blow account of my amazing trip). Form Factor The camera really is slim. It’s also very light at 4.03 oz, so you can just shove it your pocket when the travel bug bites you.