Summary: I am about to purchase another CASIO ONLY as My 14 MP SURVIVED after being drowned in the River, bounded down a rock pile in Peru,slamming down many times on airport floors, and years later when' lens error' sign came up I used lip gloss to smooth around the extended lens for yearsss and it moved in and out past sand and gravel for years later. Yesterday was the fatal fall and it opened... and STILL came on and lens came out...but, alassss..
Summary: I thought this camera would be easy to use according to Consumer Reports, but it wasn't. We may have had operator problems, but it did not take the pictures as well as we were expecting. It quit working about 2 weeks after the warranty ran out. We were disappointed in the product.
Casio is just not what it used to be. They all seem to break in about a year.
terster "Terster", Amazon
19 November 2012
Summary: I've gone through 3 Casio camera's in the past 18 months. Every single time it's LENS ERROR. This is without bumping, without dropping, without banging the camera, etc. First my wife's camera... and then not even 30 days later, mine went out. My wife's camera was 13 months old where as mine was 5. Either way... they were both still pretty darn new! I've seen many others if you search... that have the same issues.
Summary: This is a good camera. It takes great pictures and videos. I owned another one and lost it. :( The only thing I don't like about this camera is that it does not have the option to take multiple shots with one click. My other Exilim had this option and it made for great pictures especially with a 2 year old that moves a lot. I am also having problems connecting it to my computer. This could be my computer's fault though. Hahaha.
Summary: I have been getting adjusted to this very slim version of a camera. Holding it is a bit more of a challenge even with small hands and thin fingers. I just took it on a 5 day Boundary Waters trip in September and it took gorgeous photos as long as I didn't zoom in too closely. The high resolution of the camera even at just the 6mb size images makes it difficult to get clear photos without the tripod when zooming in.
Summary: I purchased this product to replace a lost one....but without the need to expend too much money; I was affraid that because it was a used one may be the quality and appreance not so good....but I was surprise to see a product like a new one and with the same functionality ...you never know when you are going to find a used product with such good quality and price.
Summary: I bought this camera as a replacement for an earlier Casio Exilim model (3 MP). The previous model took great pictures and was incredibly reliable. After 5+ years, the screen of the older model was damaged when I sat on it while it was in my back pocket...my fault. The newer model couldn't have been more of a disappointment. The shutter speed was slower and the lense mechanism has been rendered utterly useless after only 8 months of use.