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wowlfie
05-11-2005, 08:20 AM
If you have not already seen this link check it out:

http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/casio/exilim_z750-review/gallery.shtml

Check out the sample pics for these cameras against the Z750 Casio:

Nikon 7900
Sony DSC-W7
Canon SD500
Fuji F10

In my opinion the Casio is better than all of them. The proof is in the details (and vibrancy). If you look at this picture here:

http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/fuji/finepix_f10-review/DSCF0002.JPG

and compare it the above cameras, you can actually read the tiny signs clearly on the windows if you know the language and you can't do this with any of the other cameras!!

Definitely better resolution than any of the above (just my opinion--please add your own :) )

trikster2
05-11-2005, 08:51 AM
If you have not already seen this link check it out:

http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/casio/exilim_z750-review/gallery.shtml

Check out the sample pics for these cameras against the Z750 Casio:

Nikon 7900
Sony DSC-W7
Canon SD500
Fuji F10

In my opinion the Casio is better than all of them. The proof is in the details (and vibrancy). If you look at this picture here:

http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/fuji/finepix_f10-review/DSCF0002.JPG

and compare it the above cameras, you can actually read the tiny signs clearly on the windows if you know the language and you can't do this with any of the other cameras!!

Definitely better resolution than any of the above (just my opinion--please add your own :) )

Agreed!

Can't wait for the review. While the P505 pictures made me decide against that camera just on the photo quality, so far the Z750 pictures look very promising......

stema
05-12-2005, 01:51 PM
hope the usual indoor shot will be included
and a flash shot would be needed for all of the tests

almost all of todays cameras perform really well under sunlight but indoor shooting is as important too, more of that would be nice (not with pro photographic lightsources)

bondgers
05-13-2005, 03:15 PM
>Stema
Agree
Most cameras give very good shots in sunlight condition, but in indoor condition it is an other story ! Be careful because the Casio cameras have generaly a bad anti-noise processing (in low light then), which only add some blur to reduce the noise. That means bad or soften pics and lost of subtle details !

I just dont understand why on this site, there is never indoor or flash shots !

trikster2
05-13-2005, 04:00 PM
>Stema
Agree
Most cameras give very good shots in sunlight condition, but in indoor condition it is an other story ! Be careful because the Casio cameras have generaly a bad anti-noise processing (in low light then), which only add some blur to reduce the noise. That means bad or soften pics and lost of subtle details !

I just dont understand why on this site, there is never indoor or flash shots !

Agreed dcresource needs a standard indoor flash shot.