Casio EX-Z35 summary
Casio EX-Z35 is Casio's Ultracompact camera originally introduced on February of 2010. It features a 12 MegaPixel, CCD 1/2.3" size sensor with a max resolution of 4000 x 3000.
The EX-Z35 is scored #129 out of 151 in Ultracompact cameras and over all #1167 out of 1422 for digital cameras in our collection. You should try out our Smart camera search to find camera rankings based on your custom requirements.
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Casio EX-Z35 family
The Casio EX-Z35 comes with a history of related digital cameras. Below, you can view all previous and more recent models along with key features.
Casio EX-Z35 Gallery
You can look at the EX-Z35 from several angles in the gallery below.
Casio EX-Z35 Pros and Cons
Here is a collection of pluses and minuses of the Casio EX-Z35 based on criterias that are usually considered essential in a camera.
Casio EX-Z35 Sensor information
The Casio EX-Z35 is run by the Exilim Engine 5.0 processor. The specification of the sensor on the Casio EX-Z35 is 6.17mm x 4.55mm (1/2.3"). The 28 mm² sensor is able to capture 4000 x 3000 pixels using aspect ratios of 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9.Instagram's $20 billion Ad success
The CCD sensor boasts 12 megapixels and includes a native ISO range of 64 to 3200. Sadly, RAW format is not supported which means that you have less margin for error.
The picture below illustrates the EX-Z35's sensor size in comparison to other common sizes. The EX-Z35 sensor comes with a crop factor of 5.8 and is showcased in green.Unsplash partners with Institutions to bring historical archive photos
To get a sense of specific aspect ratios, you should refer to the visual below.
Casio EX-Z35 dimensions
Casio EX-Z35 weighs around 0.27 pounds (124 gr or 4.37 oz) and features exterior measurements of 99mm x 57mm x 20mm (3.9" x 2.2" x 0.8"). The weight of typical Ultracompact camera is 121 gr and the Casio EX-Z35 is very much the same when compared to its rivals.Handle those 8K RED files like a boss
Listed below is a visual of the Casio EX-Z35 alongside a softdrink so you can have a feel for its size.
The top view below will show you the button design on the EX-Z35.
Casio EX-Z35 Lens information
The EX-Z35 includes a built-in lens offering a focal range of 36-107mm making it a 3.0 x zoom which is not amazing nevertheless it might be valuable in some scenarios.
At it's widest 36mm, it will have an aperture of f3.1 and that is quite sluggish and not the best in low light situations and you might struggle to capture good bokeh. You will likely also need to increase your ISO leading to noisy photographs. With the long end, 107mm comes to f5.6 making it really sluggish and you may have to go with slow shutter speeds.
Casio EX-Z35 Connectivity
The EX-Z35 has the following connectivity:
- USB Yes
Digital cameras that come with NFC and / or Bluetooth connectivity can be used wirelessly via smartphones. You will be able to transfer pictures and at times adjust camera settings without connecting directly with the camera.
Certain apps also give a Liveview and hit the shutter if you are not close to the camera. If the camera provides a HDMI out, it can be attached to an external display. Virtually all cameras will allow you to charge the battery pack using the USB socket.
Casio EX-Z35 Video information
The max video resolution on the Casio EX-Z35 is 640 x 480 and it can record in Motion JPEG format. 480p is awful by today's standards. You should really aim for a minimum FUll HD resolution for good video. The body does not have a mic and / or headphone jack which means you get absolutely no control over your sound. It is probably a better idea to consider a different camera in case you need better sound in your video clips.
Casio EX-Z35 Weather Sealing
Casio EX-Z35 does not have environment proofing so damp conditions can damage the camera.
Casio EX-Z35 Display and Viewfinder
The Casio EX-Z35 features a 2.5" fixed screen having a resolution of 230k dots.
Please note that the screen offers no touch support.Google will print your 'Best' photos for $8 a month
The View Finder details regarding Casio EX-Z35 are below:
- ViewFinder None
Viewfinders are pretty handy during bright outdoor situations which can make the camera display washed out and difficult to view.
Casio EX-Z35 Shutter information
The highest shutter speed is 1/2000 seconds.
Casio EX-Z35 Flash and Hot shoe information
Casio EX-Z35 boasts just in-built flash lacking external flash support.
Casio EX-Z35 Autofocusing information
Casio EX-Z35 boasts only Contrast Based AF and doesn't have Phase Detect AF. Phase Detection autofocusing is a lot quicker and accurate as compared to Contrast Based autofocusing.
Casio EX-Z35 has got manual focusing when required during low light situations or you need to have more exact focusing control.
Casio EX-Z35 Battery life
The usual Ultracompact camera battery life is 214. Nikon L32 features the maximum (320) battery life within this group of cameras.
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Casio EX-Z35 for various categories of photography
The following chart indicates a rundown of the Casio EX-Z35 for various categories of photography. To understand more, visit the specific paragraph below.
Casio EX-Z35 Portrait photography information
The Casio EX-Z35 has a points tally of 28 which is dreadful, and means the camera is not really very good to use for portrait photography. Taking portraits leans greatly towards sensor resolution, support for RAW photos in addition to the capability to utilize external flash.
Casio EX-Z35 Street photography information
Getting a decent rating of 48, the Casio EX-Z35 is relatively adequate to buy for street photography. A good street photography camera comes with a good balance of picture quality and portability.
Casio EX-Z35 Sports photography features
A dreadful sports photography points tally of 18 means the Casio EX-Z35 is not really very good for shooting sports. A camera really should have fantastic tracking and shutter speeds for sports photography.
Casio EX-Z35 Travel photography advice
Weight is really crucial in selecting a camera for travel. All round, the Casio EX-Z35 gets a reasonable 52 for a travel camera which makes it fairly acceptable to purchase for your trips.
Landscape photography with Casio EX-Z35
If you are looking to purchase a camera for landscape photos, the biggest aspect will be image quality. The Casio EX-Z35 with it's dreadful score of 28 for a landscape camera is not really very good within the current market.
Casio EX-Z35 as a Vlogging camera
A vlogging camera really should posses a articulating display screen, microphone input and if possible IBIS. Considering all the details, the Casio EX-Z35 is not really very good as a vlog camera as it delivers a dreadful score of 22.
Casio EX-Z35 Alternatives
If you are in the market for replacements to the EX-Z35, below is a collection of the highest scored cameras which fall within the family of Ultracompact.
The graph listed below offers you a bird's eye view of the EX-Z35 vs it's top ranked rivals suggested earlier.
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