Casio Z700 camera - Ergonomics|
According to Steve Digicams: "The Casio EX-Z700's ergonomics are identical to the Z600. This is a very compact model that measures 3.48”(W) x 2.2”(H) x .81”(D), comparable to a deck of playing cards. Despite the size, it fits well in your hands, even those of us with large hands, and I especially like the zoom control mounted around the shutter release. The various other controls are also well placed and functional. There's a small amount of space between the Menu/BS buttons and the Record/Playback controls to place your thumb without interfering with any buttons."
Casio Exilim Z700 review conclusion - Steves Digicams
Steve continues: "The Anti-Shake system on the Casio Exilim EX-Z700 are designed to allow users to capture useable photos in marginal lighting conditions by boosting the ISO speed, which in turn, lets you use a slower shutter speed than normal. One issue we had with the Z600 was that the Anti-Shake mode produced so much noise, that our samples looked like they had been transformed into a water color painting. While the Z70 has improved, the noise level is still very high when using ISO 800." You want to learn more about the Casio Exilim digital camera? Continue to read the Casio Exilim Z700 review at Steve's Digicams!
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