Casio Exilim EX-S10

Announced Jan 7, 2008 •
10 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 36 – 108 mm (3×)
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This camera is not exactly a point and shoot, while it has many "modes" they don't seem to do much for proper exposure especially at night. It takes a moment to set the casio up for a decent shot, and even when you have it dialed in 90% of the time it's slightly out of focus. The image stabilization seems a bit clunky and adds lag. the main issue is with low light, my old 2mp casio handled low light much better. This camera is quite noisy at night, and forget getting a steady handheld shot. ...

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GlockNinja
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I was looking for a camera that took pictures and videos. It also had to be pocket size. Although everybody knows you can't find one that does both great, I found this camera to be good at pictures and acceptable at videos. The pictures I've taken on automatic settings have been very good quality. But remember that this camera is not a professional SLR that can take perfect shots everytime. I own a Hi 8 Sony camcorder, and I think in my opinion that this Casio S10 takes almost just as ...

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tatanka
 
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I bought the EX-S10 to have a "pocket" camera I could take anywhere. After a few days of playing with it, I have to admit that the WOW factor is high. Every time I use it, I think "WOW." For just over $200, I wasn't expecting much, but Casio has far exceeded my expectations. The EX-S10 is easy to use and actually takes decent pictures, though I think 10MP is overkill for this market. It won't replace my D80, but I'll now have a fairly decent camera when I wouldn't have before. Good ...

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Sand Man
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Just back from a trip to England. Had this super thin digicam on my belt the entire time. I was able to whip it out and take pictures in an instant. Response time was great. Buttons are small but usable. Nice bright screen. Took quite good photos. A great camera to capture vacation moments without taking up any room at all. Some photos were really quite stunning. Battery life is pretty good - at least a couple hundred shots - but I recharged every night to be sure. I recommend this ...

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This is the thinnest and lightest camera today. No redeye with flash!! Good quality. Put it on your belt and you will NOT feel it on! Weighs less than most cell phones! Has family recognition software, wait for smile feature! I have 11 cameras and guess which one is with me always?

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Farscape1
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It's been awhile since I have hand a "CASIO" camera, I picked up the Z750 years ago and retired it only to bring it back out again because most of the newer point and shoots I find to be disappointing till I picked this one up. This little treasure is very easy to use will fit into a shirt pocket with ease and have room to spare! LCD screen was very good and the picture quality was fantastic, with only a tad over-saturation of colors at times. This little pocket rocket does a lot of things ...

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