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Casio Exilim EX-Z75 digital camera £49.99 at Toys R Us

£49.99 @ Toys R Us
Spotted this in my local Toys R Us (Solihull) and thought it is a much better deal than a number of the digital cameras which have been posted recently. The EX-Z75 is not the very latest model from… Read More
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Spotted this in my local Toys R Us (Solihull) and thought it is a much better deal than a number of the digital cameras which have been posted recently.

The EX-Z75 is not the very latest model from Casio but it is an excellent little camera and is terrific value at this price. I've had very good results with Casio products and find them easy to use too.

Currently showing at £145 new via Amazon (£79.99 used) here:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000MVWE8I/?tag=googhydr-21&hvadid=4129659823&ref=pd_sl_93gqcix7if_b

Slim metal body
7.2Mp (which is plenty)
SD/SDHC memory
Li-ion rechargeable battery and charger (claimed 230 shots per charge)
3x optical zoom (4x digital)
Anti-shake
33 'Best Shot' settings
Movie mode
Pictbridge
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#1
A lot of the Amazon reviews have reported a major common fault with the batteries used in this camera (cannot be charged, happens even with replacements) - does anybody know if this is still the case? The reviews seem to state that the camera itself is good, but the batteries are appalling.
#2
bishibashi
A lot of the Amazon reviews have reported a major common fault with the batteries used in this camera (cannot be charged, happens even with replacements) - does anybody know if this is still the case? The reviews seem to state that the camera itself is good, but the batteries are appalling.

Surprises me.

I have five Casio cameras in use and none have had battery problems, either with originals or compatibles.
#3
I had the model before this one last year, and the image quality was good, but yes, the battery packed up.

I'd be tempted at this price though.
#4
None in the luton store.
#5
I'm on my 3rd battery (first one DOA) and second charger for this very camera. Brand new it comes with a 2 year warranty, so I haven't had to pay for anything other than posting the faulty charger back (they took my word for it on the batteries).
However the hassle waiting for replacements means I won't be buying Casio next time.
#6
Had this camera for 2 years (£69 from Amazon I think) and battery just died !
Had to pay between £5-£10 for a replacement battery.
Googled to identify problem and came across a comment that you should take the battery out if you do not use the camera for a long period, as there is a small discharge which will flatten the battery so much that it cannot be recharged ! Hope this helps.
My thoughts, very good camera at a very good price - Heat added.
#7
Thought my battery and/or charger had packed in as just got flashing red light or even no light on charger. I put a little packing the thickness of a credit card at base of battery to push it more on to the spring loaded charger contacts and that seemed to sort problem out and has been OK for over 12months now.
#8
nidgesy
Thought my battery and/or charger had packed in as just got flashing red light or even no light on charger. I put a little packing the thickness of a credit card at base of battery to push it more on to the spring loaded charger contacts and that seemed to sort problem out and has been OK for over 12months now.

Good tip - thanks. I've experienced similar with a non-original charger and battery.

Never experienced this 'dead battery' problem with a range of Casios in the family over 5+ years. Old ones are still going strong after months left in cameras with no use (eg I keep one in car, 'just in case')

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