Casio Exilim EX-Z2000 Review
|Captures decent 14-megapixel photos; Premium Auto produces photos that really "pop"; Fast shooting performance when using high-speed SD/SDHC card; Nice wide 26mm zoom offers nice focal range coverage; Loads of BS modes; Awesome battery life; AF-assist lamp for low light focusing|
|Premium Auto really slows the camera down; HD video is Ok; Movies are quite shaky when using the zoom|
|The Exilim EX-Z2000 is a worthy competitor in the sub $200US category, offering speedy performance, good image quality, awesome battery life, and loads of shooting mode options. Read more in our Full Conclusion.|
The EX-Z2000 boasts a 14-megapixel image sensor, a high-resolution 3.0-inch "Super Clear" LCD, 720P HD video recording, a powerful 5x optical zoom with 26mm wide angle extreme, YouTube video mode, new Premium Auto "smart" exposure mode, etc.
- 14-Megapixel; 1/2.3-inch square pixel CCD
- 5x optical zoom lens covers
- 3.0-inch "Super Clear" LCD with 460,800 dots
- 36 "Best Shot" scene mode options, including Dynamic Photo, Art Shot, Multi-motion image, etc.
Auto mode detects the scene and chooses optimal settings (Program Auto
- YouTube movie mode
- 73.8MB of internal flash memory
- SD/SDHC compatible card slot
- Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery
- Exilim Z2000 Camera Body
- Li-Ion Battery
- Battery Charger
- AC Power Cord
- USB Cable
- Wrist Strap
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