- 14MP - 1/2.3" Sensor
- 3" Fixed Screen
- ISO 64 - 3200
- Sensor-shift Image Stabilization
- 640 x 480 video
- 26-130mm (F2.8-6.5) lens
- 152g - 99 x 58 x 17mm
- Revealed January 2010
- Read full specs
- Size Comparison
Casio EX-Z2000 summary
Casio EX-Z2000 is Casio's Ultracompact digital camera originally released on January of 2010. The camera features a 14MP, CCD 1/2.3" size sensor with a full resolution of 4320 x 3240.
The EX-Z2000 is positioned #70 out of 151 in Ultracompact cameras and overall #1022 out of 1459 for digital cameras in our database. Please use our Smart camera search to see camera listings based on your personalized factors.
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Casio EX-Z2000 history
The Casio EX-Z2000 comes with a history of related digital cameras. Listed below, you can take a look at all older and the latest models as well as main features.
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Casio EX-Z2000 Gallery
You can view the EX-Z2000 from several angles in the gallery below.
Casio EX-Z2000 Pros and Cons
Here is a selection of upsides and downsides of the Casio EX-Z2000 based on criterias that are often regarded as useful in a digital camera.
Casio EX-Z2000 Sensor specs
The sensor specification in the Casio EX-Z2000 is 6.17mm x 4.55mm (1/2.3"). The 28 mm² sensor can capture 4320 x 3240 pixels with aspect ratios of 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9. The camera has got Image Stabilization (Sensor-shift). In body stabilization is preferable than digital stabilization as the latter may lead to cropping.400 Megapixel mode coming to Fujifilm GFX 100
The CCD sensor boasts 14MP and includes a standard ISO range of 64 - 3200. Sadly, RAW photos are not supported therefore you have less room to maneuver in post.
The picture below displays the EX-Z2000's sensor size when compared to other popular sizes. The EX-Z2000 sensor comes with a crop factor of 5.8 and is displayed in green.Coronavirus is affecting the sensor business
To get a sense of specific aspect ratios, you should refer to the graphic below.
Casio EX-Z2000 dimensions
Casio EX-Z2000 has a weight of 0.34 lbs (152g or 5.36 ounces) and features external proportions of 99mm x 58mm x 17mm (3.9" x 2.3" x 0.7"). The weight of average Ultracompact camera is 121g so the Casio EX-Z2000 is weightier compared to various competitors.World's smallest camera makes it into Guinness Book of Records
Listed below is a visual of the Casio EX-Z2000 next to a soda to help you to have a feel for its size.
The top view below will provide the button design on the EX-Z2000.
Casio EX-Z2000 Lens details
The EX-Z2000 features an inbuilt lens giving a focal range of 26-130mm giving it a 5.0 x zoom which might not be ideal but it will be useful in certain circumstances.
At it's widest 26mm, the lens provides an aperture of f2.8 which will be pretty sluggish and not good in low light occasions and you will probably find it difficult to capture a shallow depth of field. You will likely also need to up your ISO which causes noisy photos. At the long end, 130mm comes to f6.5 making it fairly sluggish and you will have to go with slower shutter speeds.
Casio EX-Z2000 Connectivity
The EX-Z2000 has the following connectivity:
- USB Yes
- Wireless Yes
Digital cameras which have NFC and Bluetooth support can easily be controlled wirelessly with smartphones. You are able to send files and at times adjust settings with no need to connect straight with the camera.
Several apps also enable a Liveview and release the shutter in case you are not close to the camera. If the camera has a HDMI out, it could be hooked up to an external display. A lot of cameras will allow you to charge the battery pack using the USB port.
Casio EX-Z2000 Video details
The highest possible video quality in the Casio EX-Z2000 is 640 x 480 and it can save in Motion JPEG file format. 480p is low by today's requirements. You should really aim for a minimum FUll HD quality for video. The body does not offer a mic and headphone socket which means that you have got zero control over your sound. It is probably a better idea to order another camera should you require decent sound in your videos.
Casio EX-Z2000 Weather Sealing
There is no environment proofing for the Casio EX-Z2000 so you have to be careful in rainy or dusty conditions.
Casio EX-Z2000 Screen and Viewfinder
The Casio EX-Z2000 features a 3" fixed display with a resolution of 461k dots.
Sadly the display isn't a touch screen.Google will print your 'Best' photos for $8 a month
The ViewFinder details regarding Casio EX-Z2000 are below:
- ViewFinder None
Viewfinders can be rather helpful for bright outdoor conditions which might make the camera screen washed out and difficult to view.
Casio EX-Z2000 Shutter details
The highest shutter speed is 1/2000 seconds.
Casio EX-Z2000 Flash and Hot shoe details
Casio EX-Z2000 has got just inbuilt flash lacking external flash support.
Casio EX-Z2000 Autofocusing details
Casio EX-Z2000 has got only Contrast Based AF and lacks Phase Detect AF. Phase Detection autofocusing is a lot more faster and accurate compared to Contrast Based autofocusing.
Casio EX-Z2000 boasts manual focusing in case it is needed for low light or you require more exact control on focusing.
Casio EX-Z2000 Battery life
The average Ultracompact camera battery life is 214. Nikon L32 features the best (320) battery life for this group of cameras.
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Casio EX-Z2000 for various kinds of photography
The following diagram provides a rundown of the Casio EX-Z2000 for various kinds of photography. To find out more, scroll to the specific paragraph below.
Casio EX-Z2000 Portrait photography factors
The Casio EX-Z2000 gets a score of 35 which is subpar, and means the camera is not suitable for portrait photos. Taking portraits leans greatly towards sensor specs, RAW support along with the option to use off-camera flash.
Casio EX-Z2000 Street photography advice
Coming in at a reasonable score of 55, the Casio EX-Z2000 is relatively appropriate for street photography. A good street photography camera offers a good balance of image quality plus portability.
Sports photography with Casio EX-Z2000
A subpar sports photography points total of 38 means the Casio EX-Z2000 is not suitable for taking photos of sports. A camera must have great autofocus plus fast shutter speeds for sports photography.
Casio EX-Z2000 Travel photography highlights
Portability is really crucial when picking a travel camera. All things considered, the Casio EX-Z2000 gets a very good 62 as a travelling camera which is a good pick to purchase for your holidays.
Casio EX-Z2000 Landscape photography advice
If you're planning to buy a camera for landscape photography, the most essential aspect will no doubt be image quality. The Casio EX-Z2000 and it's average rating of 47 for a landscape camera is reasonably suited within the current market.
Vlogging with Casio EX-Z2000
A vlogging camera should offer a moving display screen, mic input and preferably image stabilization. Taking all things in to account, the Casio EX-Z2000 is not suitable for vlogging as it gets a subpar rating of 28.
Casio EX-Z2000 Alternatives
If you are trying to find alternatives to the EX-Z2000, below is a list of the top scored cameras which fall in to the class of Ultracompact.
The line graph below will give you an overview of the EX-Z2000 versus it's highest ranked rivals shown above.
These are some more cameras you might look into as alternative options. To review a complete comparison, go to the "compare" link.