Does anybody know about a review that compares the Casio Exilim EX-Z850 and\nthe new EX-Z1000?\nThe following excerpt is from a professional photographer who wrote a number\nof good reviews: [URL]http://www.kenrockwell.com/casio/ex-z1000.htm[/URL]\n\nHe made some assumptions about the EX-Z1000 since he wasn't able to test it\nyet, but he has written very comprehensive reviews about Casio's models\nbefore. Would you agree what he said about the new model? In this case I'd\njust get the EX-Z850 and save some bucks for a larger memory card.\n\nAnother question:\nThe camera has a slot for the standard SD card. Someone told be to get the\nminiSD card. Does the camera accommodate both cards, or would I need an\nadditional adapter? Finally, I noticed that there are cards with various\nwrite speeds and big price gaps between them. Does the standard SD card\nyield lesser quality when it comes to producing video clips? I can get\nstandard 2GB SC cards at pretty reasonable prices.\n\n\n\n\n\nCasio announced this on April 26th, 2006. It's a tiny 10 MP pocket camera\nwith a giant screen.\n\nCasio never stops. I just bought my new EX-Z850 a couple of weeks ago.\n\nSome folks think this replaces the EX-Z850. I doubt it: the EX-Z1000 is\nmissing the mode selection dial and the EX and Drive Mode direct-entry\nbuttons. These buttons and dials of the EX-Z750 and EX-Z850 are critical to\nmaking the fast ISO / Qual / WB / etc. adjustments I demand.\n\nI'm unsure if the EX-Z1000 simply requires us to work through menus as the\nEX-S600 does, or if the EX-Z1000 is going to do something very clever with\nthe onscreen menus to replace the loss of these direct-entry dials and\nbuttons.