Casio EX-ZR100 Review

4.0
October 12, 2011 | Gavin Stoker |

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#1 Pavel

I reckon, Casio in its own effort to become more likeable and respectable camera brand, needs to be a bit stronger in its image quality (perhaps even videos), because those are the primary reasons why people buy cameras..some pictures are pleasing at first sight with nice colour tints..but some are too “bluish”..also, after zooming in, the colours usually look washed out and heavy noise reduction is clearly visible..if Casio can work over these things better, I’d have no hesitation to get one…

7:58 pm - Thursday, October 13, 2011

#2 Angel

What´s the difference with de EX H-30? Only the HDR use? The image quality is the same.

Someone knows if Casio present a firmware update for H-30??

10:23 pm - Thursday, October 13, 2011

#3 Rob Fieser

I have had the ZR100 for about 5 months. I had the Panasonic ZS7, and probably the ZS7 had slightly better still picture quality and markedly better image stablization. But the panorama mode and HDR mode make the ZR100 a more enjoyable camera to use (for me). The panorama mode is at lower resolution than that of my Sony A55, but it’s much easier to shoot a panorama with the ZR100, even 360+ panoramas.

12:38 am - Friday, October 14, 2011

#4 David

Ive had this camera for about a month now and to be honest Im wishing I had kept my Lumix TZ10, Im getting a lot of blurry photos which I never got with the Lumix, image stabilising lreaves a lot to be desired with the Casio, at least for me?

Also the HDR setting seems to loose a lot of detail and tends to give an overly smooth, almost touched up image.

Perhaps Im not using correct settings but Ive never had this many problems with previous Casios and Panasonics just to get a nice crisp clean picture, would be interested in other peoples findings….

5:46 pm - Friday, October 14, 2011

#5 Guy Parsons

ZR100 nice camera, easy to use for my wife. The HDR mode works well and mostly delivers nice results and no “overcooked” look. The HDR Art mode can deliver some bizarre but very interesting results, we often take a normal shot, then HDR shot, then HDR Art shot for comparison reasons.

The sweep panorama mode is limited to 1080 pixels high, go to portrait orientation and set sweep sideways and then you get 1920 pixels high image. Needs rotating later of course. Panorama joins are sometimes a bit wonky in either orientation, but overall good fun and very useful.

9:11 am - Saturday, October 15, 2011

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