Casio Exilim EX-Z3 3 Megapixels and Smaller

Casio Exilim EX-Z3 3 Megapixels and Smaller 


  • Size of a credit card and only 0.9 inches thick
  • Sensor: 3.2 Megapixels
  • Max resolution: 2048x1536 pixels
  • 5.8-17.4mm f/2.6-4.8 Pentax optical (35mm equiv: 35-105mm) w. 4X digital zoom
  • Exposure: auto w. Best Shot scene modes and exposure compensation
  • ISO: Auto, 50, 100, 200
  • 2-inch LCD Screen
  • One-touch button cradle included
  • 0.01 Shutter Release lag
  • Movie mode
  • Storage media: Built-in flash memory (10MB), SD memory card, Multi Media card
  • Interface: Cradle connector


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    [Aug 17, 2003]
    Uncle Kenny


    Small, small, small--as can practically be produced to actually use. Zoom lens. Movie mode; "Best Shot" feature to toggle through pre-programmed shot scenarios (works like its supposed to work, too); Lithium Ion battery, which doesnt' get eaten like other digital camera horror stories I've heard. Easy to use docking and recharging station. BIG, BIG 2 inch LCD screen. Aesthetically pleasing and solid body.


    None detected so far. However, it is more expensive than a lot of other 3+ mp digital cameras, but not for the same size parameters. Like a laptop, you pay for smaller size. My value rating is a 5 because comparing it to the few others that meet size and quality, its as good or better.

    I had been holding out to get a digital p/s till the price and features got right. That was sub-$400 for very small 3+ mp with zoom and other fun features such as mini-movies. The Casio met the parameters and the timing was right for me. After only a week, I'm sold. This is a fantastic little camera to carry all the time and snap off a shot when it "happens." I haven't been disappointed. Actually the first picture I took was of some flowers and a butterfly. It took it at full res in fine mode. The print from my Epson 1280 was far higher quality than I ever expected. Don't think I'm saying bag you film camera either good 35 mm p/s (like my Leica C1) or a quality SLR. I'm not. Digital just isn't there, yet. But for the intended purpose of a handy camera to catch the moment, this camera is exceptional.

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