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From the inside, the Z555a looks relatively ordinary. Read full review
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But from the outside you can see the Z555a's unique diamond-themed design. The individual facets reflect the light in a varying pattern. Read full review
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The thin Z555a has just a volume rocker on its right spine. Read full review
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The Z555a has a plain rear face. Read full review
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The compact Z555a is easily portable. Read full review
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The Z555a should win some admiring looks. Read full review
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The Z555a controls are spacious but they're flush and a tad slick. Read full review
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The Z555a doesn't offer a flash or a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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