Looking for more pizzazz in your pictures? A lot more? Casio's Exilim EX-Z800 Digital Camera (Yellow) may be the cure for the common photograph. With 14.1 megapixels, an ultra wide-angle 4x zoom lens (27-108mm equivalent in 35mm), image stabilization to beat camera shake, 720 HD video, and Premium Auto function to give you optimal settings for every single shot you take, you know you're getting the high quality you deserve. What really sets this tiny (less than 1" thick, only 3.5" long) gem apart are the ways you can enhance the pictures you take.
If you've ever received an animated e-greeting, you'll appreciate the Dynamic Photo mode, which makes it not only possible, but easy, to create "moving photos" in the camera--by taking a quick series of 20 pictures of a moving subject, extracting the subject from the background and inserting the multiple images (which create the impression of movement) into another background, you can make your subject appear to move for as long as 20 seconds. Create your own e-greetings and email them to your friends and family. It sounds complicated, but the EX-Z800 makes it as simple as 1-2-3 to shoot, create, and view images, without using a computer.
But that's not all--the EX-Z800 has a YouTube mode with optimal settings for shooting and uploading video to YouTube, plus one-button video shooting so you never miss a video opportunity. An Art Shot mode will make a photo you've taken look like an oil painting, a crayon drawing, or a watercolor picture, your choice. Face Detection gives you the best possible settings for the people in your pictures, and Make-Up mode makes adjustments to smooth the skin and soften facial shadows caused by sunlight, with a choice of 12 different levels. Super Resolution Digital Zoom extends the maximum telephoto range of the optical zoom up to 1.5x.
With dedicated Shoot, View and Delete buttons that provide access to each of the basic operations of a the camera, the EX-Z800 couldn't be simpler to operate, and the lens, LCD monitor and buttons are flat, keeping the camera body compact and elegant so it fits the contours of the hand, where it's always ready to produce your next fantastic image.