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Casio Exilim EXZ75 Digital Camera

cheapest Casio Exilim EX Z75 in Ireland
Our Price: $87

The Casio Exilim EX Z75 is a 7.2 megapixel camera with a 2.6 inch screen.  It is the upgrade of the Z70 and a welcome addition to the Casio range. This little beauty is more sleek and lightweight than its predecessor and it comes in silver, black, blue and pink.

You can pop it into your bag or pocket without it being a bother. There’s even an easy mode for those who don’t like to adjust settings. It has a 3 X optical zoom which is a nice range for a point and shoot this size. The performance of this camera is well above average. You don’t have to worry about shutter lag. It starts up in just over a second and shuts down just as fast. It focuses quickly so you’ll never miss that fleeting shot. There menu is very intuitive. There are 33 best shot modes including a business card copying option. There is also an underwater casing available for this camera. Check out the latest auctions for this cheap Casio Exilim EXZ75 Digital Camera below, but hurry, these auctions will be ending within the next two days!

This is ideal for those that like to take their camera on holiday, take pictures at the beach and the pool without worrying about damaging your camera. This image quality of the Z75 is crisp and clear, the colour retention top notch. You won’t be disappointed.

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Last updated: Friday, November 17, 2017

Casio Exilim EXZ75 Digital Camera Reviews (2)

  1. July 20, 2009 by Philip Hayman

    I read a lot of reviews about this camera, all good things about it, so I went to get it soon after it was released. It turned out that it was a mistake to go with this camera, although I was a real beginner, I think that this one is not good even for the beginners. The photos were just not good all the time, I read books and how-tos, but whatever I did I wasn’t able to produce good photos at all. I think ita was because of the automatic modes not working well enough and there are no manual modes to make settings. Later I had problems with charging the batteries, after fully charging them I wasn’t able to make more than 10-20 photos, the unit turned off itself.I was still within the return period, so I sent it back without any hesitation and got a Canon instead. What a difference, with this one I hardly can teke any bad pictures, completely the opposite as it was with the Casio.

    I’d recommend to anyone to not to buy this camera. You’ll just lose your time and your nerves.

    Pros:
    usability, design

    Cons:
    movie time limited, no manual modes

  2. July 20, 2009 by Bud Sheldon

    The camera is a good value for the price. I wanted a simple camera which fits in the pocket so I can carry it with myself everywhere. I travel a lot and it is a good thing that I can take it out of my pocket everywhere and just have to point and shot, everything is automated. The display is not that great, the camera will tell you when the photo is focuded, but you hardly can tell loking at the display what is focused. It is also poor for reviewing the photos taken, so you’ll have to wait to see if it turned out ok until you see it on your monitor. But most of the time, when you see the photos in full size, they are excellent.

    If you are looking for a simple camera in this price range, that will do most of the work itself, this one is for you. For someone who just wants to press the shutter and move on, it is an excellent product. It could have a better quality screen, but the rest of it is all ok.

    Pros:
    dimensions, easy to use

    Cons:
    display is poor

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