Being an ultra-compact, the Z1050 is easily pocketable, considering its small size of 91 x 57 x 24 mm. The lithium-ion battery keeps the weight light at 165 g.
The overall look of the camera is quite simple and minimalistic – just a few basic buttons to get the job done. Thanks to simple and intuitive menu system, functioning stays quick and spiffy.
A unique feature in the Z1050 is its high-speed continuous shooting mode, where it shoots at 7 frames per second – higher than most consumer cameras can normally achieve. The best part is that the number of shots you take in continuous mode is only limited by your memory card capacity.
The only drawback is that the images shot are at 2 megapixels, but then again, shooting at that speed at full resolution is practically impossible.
But how well these modes affect the actual picture quality can only be seen in the performance tests.
Updated 20 May, 2013, 6:25 pm IST
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