Casio Exilim EX-ZR100
Excellent battery life, High-speed image and video-capture capabilities, Natural color and tone, Impressive low-light performance, Bright, sharp LCD display.
Versatile lens, auto modes, and manual settings, Highspeed image and video capture, Very good exposure quality and color accuracy.
Lots of artsy features.
Closeup macro, ISO 100400 quality, manual controls.
HDR effects are cheesy, Ugly in-camera UI, Lack of pre-sets isolates some users
Sharp gradations along edges of some photos, Startup time is a bit sluggish, Delays when saving series of high speed shots.
Expensive. Autofocus was occasionally slow. Photos were often blurry at high zoom levels.
Clunky menu system, flash can be obstructed.
By Pocket-lint on December 01, 2011
One of the best-built pocket-sized travel zooms shoehorns in a reasonably impressive array of fast shooting features, even if it doesn’t offer the longest reach or anything especially...70
By PhotographyBLOG on October 12, 2011
Whilst lacking a GPS facility to make it a fully rounded travel zoom like the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ20 or its Leica companion in the V-Lux 30, or new fangled software enhanced 3D shooting gimmickry, the Casio EX-ZR100 is cheaper than both (if going...80
By Digital Trends on September 12, 2011
The point-and-shoot’s speed, low-light performance, and superior build do enough to justify its $300 price tag and just might bump it into the same realm as competitor cameras from Canon and...75
By PC Advisor on September 07, 2011
We're witnessing some pretty heavy competition in the advanced compact camera market these days, and the ZR100 distinguishes itself with its high-speed shooting modes. Given its moderate price point, strong feature set, superb battery life, and...70
By PCWorld on September 06, 2011
The Exilim ZR100 offers super-high-speed shooting and phenomenal battery life, two factors that set it apart from other pocket megazooms in its class....70
By DigitalCameraInfo on August 21, 2011
There are many reasons to buy the Casio EX-ZR100, but one reason it should stand out to potential customers: high speed video recording. There’s a reason you see Casio’s high speed cameras marketed in golf magazines, and it isn’t...-
By Digital Camera Buyer on August 15, 2011
A feature-packed camera that can help beginners take great shots of a variety of subject matters, as well as being open to more advanced shooting later on Overall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews, previews, features and tecniques....100
By Steves Digicams on July 05, 2011
More than likely you have heard the term Never Judge a Book by Its Cover, advising to resist the natural tendency for an immediate conclusion of a book's quality based solely on the measure of the cover's enchantment. This well-known saying...-
By TechReviewSource on June 28, 2011
4.00 If you've ever tried to photograph a sporting event, a concert, or anywhere else people aren't standing perfectly still for hours at a time, you've seen how frustratingly slow can be—a few seconds to start up, a few seconds...80
By DigitalVersus on June 28, 2011
The Casio Exilim ZR100 is a nice superzoom compact. It's pretty speedy once it's running and it has some unusual creative filters (HDR Art). However, the ZR100 seems to struggle to set itself apart from an increasing number of high-quality...80