Its very specifically a high speed burst photo, slow motion film camera and does a brilliant job at it, for the price (currently £120). There are loads of better 3x zoom point and shoots around for cheaper, if you dont want the high speed modes. Very nice styling, construction. Its small and slim, menus structure ins't particularly logical, and buttons v. difficult to read, but you remember what they are for after a few hours of use. Shame Casio didn't add a time lapse mode to provide us ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Casio Exilim EX-FS10
I recently bought one of these as we have a host of older Casio compact cameras that I have been really pleased with, both from a usability and picture quality perspective. The EX-FS10 has a host of amazing features and so was very attractive. But, when I took a test picture of scenery on a sunny day the trees and greenery seemed bland and missing colour... I then took the same picture with my older Casio ex-s600 and that had notably more colour. I then spoke to Casio to see if it was a ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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