Easy mode lets you shoot snapshots without worrying about troublesome settings. Flash, image size and self-timer settings are displayed on compact menus. Simply select a setting and shoot.
Image blur due to hand or subject movement is virtually minimize thanks to faster shutter speeds that are enabled by the higher sensitivity of a new Anti Shake digital signal processor built into the EXILIM ENGINE.
The effects of hand movement are reduced even when shooting indoors where lighting is dim.
Shooting where lighting is dim without flash produces a blurry image.
A fast shutter speed minmizes image blur.
The effects of subject movement are reduced for beautiful images.
Subjects are blurred, even if you hold the camera steady.
A fast shutter speed minimizes image blur. Even facial expressions are clear and in focus.
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If the subject is in the range of 6* cm to 50 cm, for example, the camera will switch to the Macro Mode automatically, even if the Auto Focus Mode is currently selected. This helps to ensure that your images are always in focus and reduces the chance of focus error. * EX-Z120: 10 cm
Forgetting to switch to the macro mode produces a blurred image.
Auto Macro switches automatically at close-up distances, which minimizes image blur.
When you press the shutter button all the way without pausing, Quick Shutter focuses the image virtually immediately. This lets you capture fast-moving action, and also eliminates the chance of focus error when you ask someone else to record an image for you.
3X optical zoom combines with a 6.0/7.2-megapixel CCD for beautifully detailed digital images. 4X digital zoom combines with optical zoom for total zoom capabilities up to 12X. Everything comes packed in a stylishly designed body that combines the very best of beauty and function.
This CASIO original image processing function makes it possible for the camera to correct brightness automatically when recording subjects that are too far for the flash to reach. It helps make images that normally might be blacked out brighter and clearer.
Two widely available AA-size batteries (alkaline) provide enough power to record 180 images. (EX-Z120: 170 images)
You can use lithium or rechargeable nickel metal hydride batteries for power.
Use the bundled cable to connect the USB/AV port to a computer for easy data transfer. You can also transfer images using a commercially available SD memory card reader/writer.
The Movie Mode records Motion JPEG movies with audio. You can keep recording a movie as long as there is memory to store it. 640 x 480-pixel (VGA) resolution keeps all of the action, clear, and realistic. You can even use the bundled AV cable to connect to a TV for big screen viewing fun.
Movie editing without using a computer
A useful Movie Cut feature lets you perform simple movie editing tasks right on the camera, without transferring the movie to a computer.
Easy movie screen shots
  With Motion Print, can extract a specific frame from a movie and print is as a snapshot. A snapshot can include a single frame, or a total of nine frames.
9-point Multi AF means you never need to worry about focusing again. When you press the shutter button, the camera automatically selects one of nine focus points, based on which one is aligned with the nearest subject, and focuses on that point. This helps to avoid loss of foreground images, and minimizes the change of images being out of focus.
*Red dots actually do not appear on monitor screen.
Aperture adjustment
Aperture can be adjusted to blur the background or to bring everything into sharp focus and create exactly the image you have in mind. Settings are manual, so you maintain total control over your images.
* EX-Z110: F3.1 / F4.4(W),
EX-Z120: F2.8 / F4.0(W)
Wide aperture Narrow aperture
Shutter Speed
Changing the shutter speed setting controls how movement appears in an image. You can use a slower speed so movement produces a blurred effect, or a faster shutter speed to freeze the movement of a drop of water or other moving subjects.
Slow shutter speed Fast shutter speed
You can turn on display of gridlines on the monitor screen. The grid helps to compose images and helps to ensure that you are holding the camera straight.
Icon Guide help messages appear on the monitor screen in the REC mode to explain the meanings of icons as you use them.
The RGB histogram lets you check exposure for each individual color, which supports fine adjustment of exposure to ensure you get exactly the color you want.
Exposure Adjustment
A histogram lopsided to the left indicates underexposure, while a rightward histogram indicates overexposure. A centered histogram indicates correct exposure.
* Screen and printed images shown in this web page are simulations for explanatory purposes only. Actual images may appear different from those shown here.
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