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Casio Exilim EX-ZR200 ( 16.79 MP,12 x Optical Zoom,3 -inch LCD )

by Casio

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5 new from £170.25 1 used from £159.99
  • Languages supported,English,French,German,Chinese(Normal),Chinese(Sinple),Korean,Japanese


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  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 10.5 x 5.9 cm ; 163 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 558 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: EX-ZR200WE
  • ASIN: B006596OUA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 Jan 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,675 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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returned product to the supplier in perfect condition ,but not powering up and was told by the supplier that it was out of warranty as some dust and sand had bee found in the lens ,they wanted 180 euro top repair 40 to return it faulty and 10 euro to throw it in the bin for me ,casio fully backed the reseller and would not compromise in any way ,I must of sent 30 emails to try resolving this but nothing.
1. dont by a camera that is so fragile it can not handle a speck of dust or sand
2. dont by a product with such dreadful customer services ,I work in electronic retail and quite honestly say this is the worst manufacturer I have ever know for customer support.
3. it is a very ordinary camera anyway

also as the camera had gone faulty after 6 months Amazon where powerless to do anything and refused to put pressure on their reseller to do anything about it.They said as I had bought it from the market place and not off them they could do nothing ,but sorry to point this out Amazon but I paid you not them.
It is not only Casio I will never buy from again .
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Azi Seeit on 25 Nov 2012
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It would be impossible to review this camera fully in the space available on Amazon. In any case, there are plenty of reviews elsewhere so I'll just concentrate on some different aspects of its performance.

I was looking for a camera which would give me reasonable video slow-motion which did not cost a five figure sum. This little Casio seems to be the best on the market for this. Having said that, the two fastest modes, "1000fps" and "480fps", produce such rough results that they are virtually unusable. Another point to watch is that these figures are inaccurate. They only apply when shooting in American NTSC mode. Once you switch to PAL the speed drops by a factor of 25/30, these being the frame rates of "normal" video in our respective countries. Despite this, the "240fps" and "120fps" settings give good results. Be warned that files are saved in the .mov mode so not all video editors will accept them.

So how is it as a still camera? Very acceptable, but what appeals to me most is the large number of extra facilities available. I am a great fan of horizon to horizon panoramic shots. With my previous camera this meant taking a series of overlapping shots and then spending time on the computer stitching them together. This camera does all that for you. In another mode it will give you the 35mm equivalent of a 14mm lens. There are plenty of other facilities to explore although I suspect with many of them once I have tried them out I shall not use them again.

One rather sour note. There is a cable available, the EMC-8A, which will allow you to watch your pictures and movies on your TV. Unfortunately Casio UK seem to be unable to supply this. They sent the wrong cable, a mono one for this stereo sound camera, and now seem to have abandoned me. Perhaps it is being sent from Japan by "Snail Mail". I live in hope.
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By ThinPaul on 13 Sep 2012
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The main reason for buying this camera was the HDR function - this works very well indeed. Although the optical zoom is less than that of the competition the augmented digital zoom works ok for me. I like the casio scene selections very much (I have them on another casio camera)as they make setting up so quick - again quicker than other cameras. It is very light and pocketable - amazing for a camera with such power.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
My 4th Casio Camera the EX-ZR200 10 July 2012
By Febe - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered and then received this camera from Japan on May 11, 2012. It only took a few days to receive. I've been so busy I haven't had time to read the manual which I downloaded from Casio.com, since my manual came in Japanese. I first read about this camera in Jan 2012 and couldn't wait for it's debut in April but was dissapointed with the Amazon asking price of $699.99. When I read about it Casio said the asking price would be $379.99. I was kind of scared to order from Asuka of Japan, but since I have 3 other casio cameras I was familiar with the menu and it wasn't hard to change from Japanese to English. Plus Miki sent me instructions how to change it. I paid $429.99 and now I see the price has dropped to $329 or $379 which is a very good buy. Don't be afraid to order from Asuka,Inc. Miki sent me a very nice personal letter and beautiful chopsticks. The only issue i have is the longevity of the battery. My last casio camera the Casio EX-H10's battery was bigger and lasted so long. This one only last a couple of days if I go on a trip and take pics all day. But that's okay I just ordered a backup battery that I will take with me on trips. Another issue is that the movies are in mov. file. My computer was able to play movies from my 3 other casios which had the avi. file. But, that's no problem I will just download apples Quicktime and I'll be able to see the movies. I haven't done that as yet, I don't know if it will change all my movie files from avi. to mov. And I'm kind of afraid of that since I like using my Windows Media Player. Anyway, when I watch my movies on my camera I can tell that they are crystal clear. I was happy with the very first pic I took which I will add to the pictures as well as the two food pics I have already uploaded. As soon as I have time to read the manuel I know I will like the pictures even more. Right now, I'm just using the regular snapshot mode and the macro mode for my food pics and movies occasionally. I like to use natural light so I have rarely used the flash on this camera. I've been shooting most of my pics with the flash turned off and an 800 ISO. If it's really bright outside I change the ISO to 400. I've always wanted a SLR camera, but I like to carry my camera in my purse or pocket to take spur of the moment pictures without carrying a bulky camera around. I am very pleased with this camera.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great feature set, bad low light video 3 Dec 2012
By Kyle - Published on Amazon.com
I got this camera for the speed and it is fast, believe that. The problem what gets me though is the video, I love the slow motion video that casio does. However video in low light was much darker than other cameras that i used, and especially in high fps modes it would get WAY darker and very grainy. I compared to my old casio before and my samsung wb2000 which both did high fps video and the difference was very apparent, it was darker and way noisier. You pretty much can only use this effectively outside. Normal 1080p video was decent enough quality when there's enough light, i had wind noise reduction on and it didn't seem to do anything though.

Picture quality seems decent enough for a point and shoot, the precapture and high fps shooting modes are easy and great to use, preset modes are mostly useful too and easy to use and understand. Zoom works great, even the combined physical and digital zoom was done well.

Overall if casio would have given better low light sensitivity i would have loved it but it really was crippled by this. I wish they would get some higher resolution slow motion modes, cameras are coming out with 120fps in 720p which is a great jump for the 640x480 with this.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
best full-feature point and shoot camera - highly recommended 6 Oct 2012
By Unknown - Published on Amazon.com
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Full disclosure first: I'm a huge Casio digital camera fan. I've had the EX-M20U which is a remarkable camera the size of a few credit cards, the EX-Z75 which is built like a tank, the EX-V8 which packs a 8x optical zoom into a small/protected package and takes super shots, the EX-G1 which is water/shock resistant camera you can take anywhere any time, the EX-H10 which is another tank-like camera that takes excellent photos and has a battery that lasts twice as long as any other I've seen (I've never drained it in use), and the EX-ZR100 which is a computer-like camera and with its HDR feature allows you to pull great photos out of difficult lighting. Every single one of those cameras takes outstanding quality photos -- and in outdoor contexts sometimes truly stunning photos.

And now the EX-ZR200 ...

I considered the EX-ZR300 but went with the EX-ZR200 because I didn't need the additional (non photo-quality-related) features.

The EX-ZR200 is an improvement of the excellent EX-ZR100. Both take quality photographs. The EX-ZR200 is faster to start and has USB charging; it also allows HDR-art movies (but unfortunately not HDR movies).

The controls are straightforward -- and the settings are plentiful/useful. The Best Shot options cover a wide range of situations (and you can set up your own modes). In my opinion no other camera manufacturer has better internal image processing software than Casio. Sharp, clear and true to life.

Apart from image quality, the camera is compact. It fits well in hand. It has superb battery life. The build quality is excellent. It is also attractive.

I don't post-process my photos. I crop or straighten now and then. But with this camera you don't have to post-process to end up with excellent output.

Highly recommended!

ASUKA of Japan was an excellent vendor. The camera arrived within four days -- a day earlier than expected. Brand new; unopened box. All I needed to do was change the language of the menu settings to English (from Japanese).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great High Speed Video 9 April 2013
By Gerald - Published on Amazon.com
So the main reason I purchased this was for the high speed video recording. The price is really good since I don't have the money for a really expensive high speed camera.

Pros:
*Great high speed video (the quality when recording at 1000 FPS leaves a little to be desired but overall High Speed is great)
*Pictures are really sharp
*Quite a few options (although I'm pretty sure I won't use at least half of them since I don't really know what they do)
*Very large optical zoom
*Nice compact design and overall feel when holding it

Cons:
*When taking a video and zooming, you can hear the buzzing of the motor zooming which is fairly annoying.
*The location of the stereo microphone, it is located on the top left, where I put my finger so I feel like I will probably end up blocking it quite often.
Good camera with an ability to shoot high speed video 14 Jun 2014
By Sergey - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this camera for the ability to shoot high speed video. This is my second camera first lasted about a year before high speed video stop working, so I would recommend to get an extended warranty
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