Casio Exilim EX-V7 Reviews

DPReview has a review of the Casio Exilim EX-V7 and writes, “The reality is that the EX-V7 is a disappointing camera, and one that fails to deliver on its promise, even allowing for the compromises inevitably involved in squeezing this much stuff into such a small body. … It’s not all bad news: the camera itself is a real pleasure to use; it’s fast, feature-packed and easy to use, has very reliable exposure and an excellent movie mode. Like all recent Casinos it has a real wealth of shooting modes, effects and parameters to tweak, and the excellent user interface does a great job of putting a friendly face on the extensive feature set. It produces decent (though not great) results at the wide end of the zoom, but is much less impressive as you move up the focal range; at the longest focal lengths the output is soft and – thanks to the almost pointless image stabilization – usually blurred too.”

PCMag has a review of the Casio Exilim EX-V7 and writes, “During my hands-on testing, daylight shots contained some noise, and the flash revealed a bit more coloured noise than I’d like to see. Colour was accurate and vibrant, though. I did see a smidgen of noticeable purple fringing in my test images. Still, the dynamic range was quite good, with strong contrast that didn’t block up details. In my flash test shots, I found that the Exilim’s strobe delivered just the right amount of illumination without blowing out the images. You could also adjust the flash, which comes in handy when the lens is zoomed in all the way.”

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