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Casio Exilim EX-V8 Jamaica Plain MA

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Ritz Camera
(617) 266-8931
Copley Square 659 Boylston Street
Boston, MA
Ritz Camera
(781) 843-4619
South Shore Plaza 250 Granite Street
Braintree, MA
Ritz Camera
(781) 938-0236
Metronorth Retail Center 103 Commerce Way
Woburn, MA
Ritz Camera
(978) 531-7171
Northshore Mall Sp. P-123A 210 Andover Street
Peabody, MA
Boston City Pager
(617) 265-4205
65 E Cottage St
Boston, MA
Ritz Camera
(617) 577-9252
Cambridgeside Galleria 100 Cambridgeside Place
Cambridge, MA
Ritz Camera
(508) 655-8228
Natick Mall 1245 Worcester Road Suite 2202
Natick, MA
Ritz Camera
(781) 740-1891
Derby Street Shops 92 Derby Street Suite 123
Hingham, MA
Boston Camera Rental Company
(617) 277-2200
1284 Soldiers Field Rd
Boston, MA
Beeper Madness
(617) 348-2625
31 Saint James Ave
Boston, MA

Casio Exilim EX-V8 Review at Cameratown.com

Casio Exilim EX-V8 Review

Reader Score: 7.81 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "Following the V7, which Casio called the "world's slimmest digital camera with a 7x optical zoom" is the sophomore edition of its highest optical zoom camera, the Exilim EX-V8. Introduced in August 2007, the Exilim V8 carries the same 7x optical zoom lens but comes with a higher 8.1-megapixel count. Along with the increased resolution comes the addition of a YouTube Capture mode, making this camera not only a digital still camera but a heavily-marketed point-and-shoot video recorder for easy sharing. ...

... The Casio V8 gets props for matching a 7x zoom lens on portable body, but the camera produces weak focus during zoom. While having an extra assist light for movies is nice, the assist lamp is overpowering during stills. General image parameters prove weak, with average color and resolution, and too much noise. ..."


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