You can shoot in full HD resolution and with the latest convenience features: Optical zoom during recording is available, the auto focus as well - if not always entirely accurate - and there's also stereo sound. We liked also the sharp 3-inch display with high resolution (460,000 pixels) Casio EX-FH100. For Battery Casio relies on a comparatively large type, provides the energy for 200 to 660 shots.
Decent image quality
Already at the sister model EX-ZR10 with less zoom, we were amazed at the Casio ratios very respectable image quality. Can the ZR100 follow in its footsteps? You can go even farther, and a step. The maximum resolution is at the center at 1344 line pairs per picture height - very good for a 12-megapixel camera with a light sensitivity of ISO 100 With increasing sensitivity of the quality decreases continuously, but from moderate. On the screen we find a resolution loss of 10 to 15 percent - a reasonable value to undercut the very few travel-zoom cameras. Even better, it can be about the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10.
The ZR100 is particularly evident at the lowest sensitivity to light stunningly faithful, as shown by the kurtosis and Dead Leaves measurements. Also, the noise remains within, but can be in the 100-percent view on the monitor already account for low light sensitivity. The noise does filter up to and including ISO 800, restrained but effective one, only at ISO 1600 look the photos blur visible.