Features & Controls
Normal: Approx. 15cm - Infinity (w), 5.9" - Infinity
Macro/Super Macro: Approx. 5cm - 50cm (w), 1.9" - 1.8'Manual: Approx. 12cm - Infinity (w), 4.7" - Infinity
Wide: 4.7" - 16.7'Tele: 1.9' - 6.8'
Located on the right hand side of the camera is the USB/AV combination I/O port. With the provided cables, you can either connect the camera to your PC/Mac via USB 2.0 (high-speed) connectivity or plug into your TV set using standard definition Audio/video output.
Casio equipped the EX-Z2000 with ~73.8MB of internal flash memory. While this will get you started, you'll want to pick up a SD or SDHC memory card for more storage space; like the speedy SanDisk Extreme (30MB/s) 4GB SDHC card shown above.
Located under the same port door is the EX-Z2000's NP-110 3.7v 1200 mAh Li-ion battery pack. This unit is charged in the included AC unit, which uses a power cord (no fold-away prongs unfortunately). Casio claims that this battery is capable of powering the EX-Z2000 for up to 580 shots on a single charge, which is quite impressive as the typical battery life we see in cameras this size is 200-300 shots per charge.
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This NP-110 Li-ion battery is designed to fit your compatible Cyber-shot digital camera, a spare battery pack is perfect for travel or extended photo sessions.
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