The Casio EX-Z750 digital camera produces beautifully detailed images and is easy to use.
A high performance CCD and 7.2-million pixels of resolution provide sharp images, while the 3-segment telescoping 3X optical zoom lens provides plenty of resolution........... all in a thin design.
The EX-Z750 allows you to take up to 325 shots on a single charge! Its 2.5" LCD monitor screen provides a clear view of subjects as you compose images for recording.
The EX-Z750 is designed for versatile, but simple operation. The Best Shot Scenes allow you to select a scene resembling the image you are trying to record. The camera then is configured automatically including recording mode, Auto Focus setting, and more.
An on screen grid allows you turn on a display of grid lines to compose images better. Automatic focus features include Auto Macro and 7-point Multi AF to ensure images are captured in focus every time.
Finding and manipulating images is easy using the full-month calendar screen, 0.1 second image scrolling, and image rotation features.
The EX-Z750 lets you do more with your images after you record them. The bundled USB cable provides easy connection to a computer, just place the camera onto the cradle and press the SB button to automatically transfer images from camera memory to a computer. Or you can connect directly to a printer that supports PictBridge, without going through a computer. The EX-Z750 is also compatible with PRINT Image Matching and Exif Print for high-fidelity print images.
Sleek and small with a highly fashionable aluminum alloy body houses a 3X optical zoom lens in a thin, stylish, 7.2 megapixel digital camera with a 2.5" LCD.
The EX-Z750 is packed with a powerful collection of features and functions for enhanced performance. Key extras include 8.3 MB built-in memory, FAVORITE folder for image retention, and key customization that allows you to assign parameters for easier operation.
To learn more about the Casio EX-Z750 from PC World October 2005. The Casio EX-Z750 is listed as one of the Top Ten Digital Cameras available! (Click here)
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