That is rather a effort for Casio, although they are familiar for creating slim cameras in the Exilim line. I wish few of the characteristics of this camera, but in few respects it decreases a little short.
The size, accelerate, and zoom power of this camera is nice compared to its nearer competitors. Where it might have decreases a bit short is in the picture quality department. Although the picture quality is not awful, I would look little more from a 7.2 MP camera.
The EX-V7 is exactly a camera that would be a nice adjust for some, when others might not love this camera at all. As per me this camera is for the individual that requires a slim pocket camera with excellent zoom ability and above average function. Someone expecting for a camera with particular picture quality might not search this Casio a very nice adjustment for them. These individual may need to expect at options similar to the Canon SD850 IS and the Sony DSC-T10, both of which have nice picture quality, particularly the Canon model.
The main thing to observe with this camera is its little size. It is exactly a pocket-sized camera, while it does weigh a lot relative to its size. The EX-V7 weighs in at 5.3 ounces without the battery, and its dimensions arrive in at 3.8 x 1 x 2.4”. I imagine its size is a large plus, and I look this model to sell so nice because of this. This camera too appears attractive, and arrives in two dissimilar colors, black or silver.
The lens on the EX-V7 is secured through a sliding lens cover, much similar to Sony's D series cameras. The lens is able of 7x optical zoom, and extends the equivalent of 38mm-266mm. The camera will become on automatically while the lens cover is opened.