Casio EX S600 - Menu and LCD|
According to Steve Digicams: "The large 2.2-inch LCD is used for composing your shots, reviewing captured images and navigating the menu system. This display occupies most of the back of the camera, leaving no room for an optical viewfinder. Thankfully, it's a high-quality display which I found was quite usable in most outdoor conditions, with only a few angles that reflected the sun and made it difficult to see. Unlike the EX-S500, the S600 does brighten and darken the live image in response to your exposure compensation adjustments."
Casio Exilim S600 review conclusion - Steves Digicams
Steve continues: "Image quality was excellent for a consumer 6-megapxiel camera. We used the highest quality setting, 6M Fine, and were very pleased with our results. Outdoors it captures images that are sharp and well exposed. Colors are richly saturated, and you can even adjust the saturation as well as sharpness and contrast via the Record Menu. There's also the Anti Shake technology, that will allow you to capture blur free images in lower lighting. I found this mode also worked great when recording movies; holding such a small camera steady can be extremely challenging at times." You want to learn more about the Casio Exilim digital camera? Continue to read the Casio Exilim S600 review at Steve's Digicams!
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