Casio Exilim EX-V7 Digital Camera Review

The EX-V7 is powered by the Exilim Engine 2.0 for high resolution, high performance, high speed, power saving and ultra-compact configuration. This ultra compact and very slim digital camera comes with Dual Image Stabilizer (CCD shift system). It also combines Casios well-received Anti Shake DSP, which reduces blur due to shaky hands or a moving subject by using higher ISO sensitivity and faster shutter speeds. It is USB 2.0 compatible and comes with World Time function: contains a database with 162 cities from 32 zones and a built-in quartz digital clock and a calendar up to year 2049 (no wonder that this camera comes from Casio – a clock manufacture). Voice recording goes up to 36 min and, if associated with an image, 30sec.
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• Shooting Modes: Auto, Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Macro, Continuous, 33 Photo Best Shot Modes and 10 Movie Best Shot Modes
• Movie Mode: MPEG-4, 848 x 480 at 30fps ,640 x 480 at 30fps ,320 x 240 at 15fps
• Flash Modes: Auto, Fill flash, Flash cancel, Soft Flash, Red-Eye reduction
• Metering: Multi-pattern, Center weighted, Spot
• Focus: Contrast Detection AF, Macro, Infinity, Manual
• White Balance: 6 fixed modes, auto and manual
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Technical Data:
• 2.5 inch LCD
• 7.2 Megapixels
• 7X Optical Zoom + 4x Digital Zoom
• 38-266mm (35mm equiv) lens
• Self-timer: 2 or 10 sec
• ISO Range: 64, 100, 200, 400, 800 + 1600 BEST SHOT High Sensitivity mode
• Focus Range: Normal: 30cm – infinity, Macro: 10-40cm, Manual: 10cm – infinity
• Aperture: F3.4 – F4.6 + F9.2 when ND filter is used
• Shutter speed: 60 – 1/800 sec
• Self timer: 10, 2 sec
• Exposure compensation: +/- 2EV in 1/3EV steps
• File Format: JPEG (Exif V2.2)
• SDHC / SD / MMC card compatible + 11.6MB internal memory
• Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery NP-50

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By Laura

I started photography as a hobby in 2005, during college. My passion slowly became a more important part of my life since 2008. Because of using a combination of my photographic knowledge, with those of internet marketing, I like to call myself a "photomarketer".


  1. Lau,

    I wouldn’t call this a “review” really. It’s more a fact sheet about the camera with all information that can be found on Casio’s website or any retailer selling the camera. And their CCD shift system is legit for stabilization but the Anti-Shake DSP is all marketing bs — boosting the ISO adds noise to any camera and blows out detail. CCD Shift and optical stabilization are the only true forms of image stabilization that don’t degrade picture quality in the process. On a side note, you look kind of cute…


    No RAW support in the EX-V7.

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