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Old May 14, 2005, 1:05 AM   #1
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What do you all think?
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Old May 14, 2005, 1:36 AM   #2
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Great review and confirms Z750 owners' viewthat we have a great camera! Three cheers for Casio!
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Old May 16, 2005, 1:05 AM   #3
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Does it mean I should abandon my consideration to get Canon SD500? :-)

I was initially a bit divided between SD500 and Z750. But after Steve's review i think I'm pretty sure Z750 is a definite winner. What do you think?

Another problem is, should I get a hi-speed 1GB SD in order to fully utilize the fast recording feature? Nowadays, there are SDs with various speeds (60x, 66x or even 80x). So I'm kinda confused which type is good for Z750.

In fact I already have older 512MB SD (but no idea about its speed...).

Thanks.
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I've got the Sandisk Ultra II 1 GB card and it works like a charm. I've heard people say that you actually don't need it though, as normal one is fast enough. But, then again I've heard others say that there is a difference when scrolling through images.
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Old May 16, 2005, 5:26 AM   #5
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you can connect the EX-Z750 to the tv with just a cable....

you just have to buy the Mobile Audio/Video Exilim Camera CableEMC-2A

http://www.casio.com/index.cfm?fusea...product=EMC-2A#



so you don't need to take the cradle to show your friends how good is the video in the cam.....
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Old May 17, 2005, 8:05 AM   #6
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i have had my z750 for a couple of weeks now and for the most part i am satisfied with the performance. the photos are nice as is the video and audio. the one problem i have had is that when i download the MPEGs to my computer the audio is not in synch with the video when i play them back. when they play on the camera, it synchs however. i thought maybe you could tweak that with the video manipulation software they provide but it seems pretty simple.

any suggestions?
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Convert the movies to another format, like MOV or WMV and youll be fine. A quick go at Google and you'll find a program to try. (I use Digital Media Converter and it works fine)
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I just learnt that Z750 doesn't have the Preshot & Coupling shot mode!!

It's kinda turned me off.....I love those modes in my old Z30...


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I just learnt that Z750 doesn't have the Preshot & Coupling shot mode!!

It's kinda turned me off.....I love those modes in my old Z30...

Is it possible for Casio to release a firmware update to add these features??
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The line-up of the Z750 and the SD500 is interesting, the LCD looks quite small on the Canon. When you look at a 2.5" LCD is looks massive comnpared to a 2.0" !
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