Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z60 Reviews and Comparisons
DigitalCameraInfo (First Impression) (link dead): It is no surprise to me that Casio’s entry level camera has a bit of flair to it compared to the products of companies that only deal with cameras. Most Americans probably associate Casio mostly with watches and secondly with small electronic devices, and their cameras reflect this and apparently borrow styling from their other products. The choice of brushed aluminum for the body is evidence of this, at a time when plastic camera bodies are ubiquitous.
At the same time, the Exilim Z60 is technically well advanced. Its internals, its lens and the display screen are all first rate. Offering 6 megapixels, 2.5-inch LCD screen, and 30 fps video mode, the Z60 isn’t just a pretty face. It is perhaps a bit quirky in its image presets or even perhaps a bit gimmicky, but it is actually a solid performer, priced well and worthy of consideration.
Digital Trends (link dead) reviews Exilim EX-Z60 and concludes with rating of 7 out of 10 that any consumer looking to purchase a new digital camera soon should seriously consider the Casio Exilim EX-Z60. It’s the perfect balance of a high-quality digital camera with a price that most people can afford when shopping around. If you want to do both movies and photos, step up to the EX-S600. Otherwise, the BestShot technology and other great features included in this camera will be sure to attract your attention and get your money’s worth.