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This is the best price I've seen this camera for, gets good reviews too even when it was priced a lot higher than this!

This latest member of the EXILIM family features a newly developed wide LCD display for improved image viewing and ease of use, and delivers an effective 7.2 megapixels.

The new high-quality, high-performance EX-Z75 retains all the advanced functions of the EX-Z70 (slim looks, quick shooting style), including Anti Shake DSP for reducing photo blur due to shaky hands or moving subjects. Its generous new 2.6-inch wide LCD display, makes it enjoyable for users to capture breathtaking wide aspect ratio images, and also makes the camera functions easier to see and operate.

The EX-Z75 can display information on the right side of the ample screen, separate from the subject shown on the monitor while shooting. It enables users to quickly change settings on the information display when shooting. In Easy Mode, menus for simplifying a wide array of camera settings (flash, self-timer and image size) are also shown on the right side of the monitor for easy viewing and use.

Main Features:
* Stylish, slim, compact model featuring 7.2 million effective pixels and 3X optical zoom
* Generous new 2.6-inch wide LCD display (14:9 aspect ratio)
* Setting information displayed on right side of monitor to improve viewing and ease of use
* Easy Mode for simple shooting with intuitive menus
* Anti Shake DSP for reducing photo blur due to shaky hands or moving subjects.

In the box:
Rechargeable lithium ion battery, Lithium ion battery charger, AC power cord, USB cable, AV cable, Strap, CD-ROM
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#1
Two words of caution on this Casio camera: LENS ERROR
I bought one last november from Argos and it is now showing Lens Error when you power it on. I took it back to Argos, who then sent it back to Casio. Casio's reply = moisture damage hence won't fix and Argos won't refund. The truth is that Casio never seem to repair any Lens Error cameras hence you are left high and dry.
btw - the camera never got wet, but Argos are claiming that Casio's response suggests user fault hence no refund!

Google Casio Z75 lens error and see wat you find.....
#3
J9STL;2160847
Two words of caution on this Casio camera: LENS ERROR
I bought one last november from Argos and it is now showing Lens Error when you power it on. I took it back to Argos, who then sent it back to Casio. Casio's reply = moisture damage hence won't fix and Argos won't refund. The truth is that Casio never seem to repair any Lens Error cameras hence you are left high and dry.
btw - the camera never got wet, but Argos are claiming that Casio's response suggests user fault hence no refund!

Google Casio Z75 lens error and see wat you find.....

Have you tried showing those search results to Argos?
#4
sburley
Have you tried showing those search results to Argos?


That's my next move, but I suspect they will quote Casio's remarks from it being sent for repair and blame me, getting themselves off the hook.
#5
I had an exilim for a year or so - it was Best Buy in a gadget mag - but I found the colours very washed out and the photos lifeless. Each to their own I suppose but I wouldn't buy another esp given the reports above...
banned#6
I also got mine from Argos in November for £37.50 with a case and 1GB memory card thanks to HUKD and a pricing error that was spotted. Although the screen can look grainy and the images may looked blurred, the picture quality on the computer and when printing is great. Trouble is at first you seem to delete many pictures thinking the picture taken was blurred. I was using a Pentax Optio S5 and the Casio's better picture quality can easily been seen. If you are after a good priced camera with a rechargeable battery included, then £75 is still a good deal but there are some known faults with this model.
#7
@mattywoz
Wish I had googled "Casio Z75 error," rather than for reviews at the time I was looking to buy.
Mine cost £60 odd at Argos (£37.50 offer didn't work)
Enough reports to suggest to steer clear imho.
banned#8
J9STL
@mattywoz
Wish I had googled "Casio Z75 error," rather than for reviews at the time I was looking to buy.
Mine cost £60 odd at Argos (£37.50 offer didn't work)
Enough reports to suggest to steer clear imho.


Guess I got lucky with mine as so far, touch wood it has given me no problems although that's not to say I haven't seen some of the problems listed online. Amazon also still sell it for £74.99 and some people there have experienced major problems as well.
#9
Noghar
I had an exilim for a year or so - it was Best Buy in a gadget mag - but I found the colours very washed out and the photos lifeless. Each to their own I suppose but I wouldn't buy another esp given the reports above...


Bump up the saturation/contrast in the settings.
#10
exilims are notorious for poor indoor shot quality. Did not vote but would not buy one either
#11
I bought one of these about 6 months ago from Amazon and would say it's hard to beat for the price. It produces great pictures, is very easy to use and has a good battery life. If you do a web search you will find it generally gets excellent reviews.

The only disappointment is the so called anti-shake mode which implies the camera has some sort of image stabilization. All that really happens is the camera changes the ISO setting to give a faster shutter speed to reduce blur. This sort of deliberately misleading marketing makes me cross.

Overall a great value go-anywhere camera that’s a delight to use.
#12
J9STL
That's my next move, but I suspect they will quote Casio's remarks from it being sent for repair and blame me, getting themselves off the hook.

Hi,

Try telling them you'll file a small claims court action, hopefully you won't need to follow it up.

Also have a look at consumer law, your 'contract' as such is with the retailer, they can't pass the buck back to the manufacturer.

cheers,
Pete.
#13
I bought this for my girlfriend at Christmas and I think its a great piece of kit for the price. If you are expecting world class photos then its not for you, but then what would you expect for <£80.

Easy to use, gets great pictures and good size screen. imho you cant go far wrong with this. Im sure if you google searched even the best pentax with the word 'error' you'd find a few comments. Pobody's nerfect
#14
Ive got one of these and think its great.Never had any issues and the battery life is amazing.
#15
I've got one of these - SUPERB!!

Friends and family have been buying these on my recommendation and they haven't had any problems.

£69 sheets? An absolute steal...... I paid a ton at Amazon six months ago and was pleased.

Heat.
#16
I got one of these with an underwater case for £105 at Amazon, so moisture damage isn't something mine has a problem with :)
Great little camera for holidaying in the rain in Wales.
#17
Noghar
I had an exilim for a year or so - it was Best Buy in a gadget mag - but I found the colours very washed out and the photos lifeless. Each to their own I suppose but I wouldn't buy another esp given the reports above...


I agree!

I've always found the Casio cameras to very nice looking "objects" but with sub-par image quality - which is a shame :thinking:

My own preference is for either Nikon or Canon which appear to produce consistently good quality images :thumbsup:
#18
gtd65
I agree!

I've always found the Casio cameras to very nice looking "objects" but with sub-par image quality - which is a shame :thinking:

My own preference is for either Nikon or Canon which appear to produce consistently good quality images :thumbsup:


In my eyes, no compact camera produces 'good' image quality. Adequate would be the word I'd use.

Again, each to their own.
#19
Scribbles
I got one of these with an underwater case for £105 at Amazon, so moisture damage isn't something mine has a problem with :)
Great little camera for holidaying in the rain in Wales.


Ditto just ordered a Nereus underwater case for mine on fleabay. They sell the specific exilim Z75 case on Amazon for £75, more than the camera is worth!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-EWC-10-Splashproof-Exilim-EX-Z75/dp/B0000992GY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1211900062&sr=8-4

You did well if you got this case! :thumbsup:
#20
pspr33
In my eyes, no compact camera produces 'good' image quality. Adequate would be the word I'd use.

Again, each to their own.


I'm sure you are right in that aspect, especially depending on what you are comparing the images from. I just take snaps mainly, so my expectations are certainly far from high end - although, I do have a good eye :thumbsup:

I've been very disappointed with the image quality in Casio (and Kodak) cameras overall when compared to the Nikon and Canon solutions - one of my friends bought an exilim when they first came out and the image quality was extremely shoddy and was even more surprised when she bought the updated version a year or so ago...which was still sub par...for a compact cam.
#21
This latest member of the EXILIM family features a newly developed wide LCD display for improved image viewing and ease of use


It's not the latest, it's been superseded by the Exilim S10 series, which is why these are at clearance prices. Still a good camera, though.

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