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(based on 3 ratings)
Brand: Casio
Located in: Digital Cameras (All)
Spontaneous dance parties. Exquisite sunsets. Junior High graduations. Each and every timeless moment is easily captured with the EX-S10. The world's smallest and thinnest 10 megapixel camera fits perfectly into accessible pockets for spontaneous snapshots and personal YouTube-friendly videos. The wide 2.7 inch Super Clear LCD screen delivers amazingly high contrast and brightness, and enhanced movie functions can turn anyone into a phenomenal photographer and monumental moviemaker. Strong, thin tempered glass ensures high-tech durability. Did we mention it's also fun?

  • 10 Megapixel Resolution
  • 3x Optical Zoom
  • Wide 2.7 Inch Super Clear LCD
  • Auto Shutter
  • Movie Button
  • iTunes Compatible Video Format

  • Review Snapshot®
    Avg. Customer Rating:
    4.3 stars
    (based on 3 reviews)
    100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Customers most agreed on the following attributes:

    Large clear LCD(3)
    Not Bad
    By Granny GooseVerified Purchaser from Mission Viejo, Ca on 10/31/2008
    Bright LCD, Nice features and settings, Small and light
    Almost too many options
    Best Uses:
    Fun, Travel
    Describe Yourself:
    Casual Photographer
    Bottom Line:
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    Comments about Casio EX-S10 Exilim Card Digital Camera (Blue):

    I use this product for family photos and travel. I like the rechargeable battery and the look and feel of the camera.

    Great Camera!!
    By MeMoVerified Purchaser from Central VA on 10/30/2008
    Bright LCD, Great Battery Life, Intuitive controls, Short Lag Time, Tiny
    Describe Yourself:
    Semi-pro Photographer
    Bottom Line:
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    Comments about Casio EX-S10 Exilim Card Digital Camera (Blue):

    I am an advanced amateur with some serious gear and bought this camera for my wife to replace our 5 year old point and shoot. To put it briefly this camera has exceeded all of my expectations. From size, to battery life, to photo/video quality, to ease of use, this camera does it all.

    I had considered several other cameras, mainly the Cannon 1100IS, but this one won out due to size, LCD size, and menu/button layout. I am very glad we went with this camera. So far it has not disappointed.

    The only thing that was swaying me away from this camera (which I now consider not too big of a deal) was the fact that it doesn't have optical IS. Sure it would be nice to have, but I think the other benefits far outweigh the lack of IS.

    We have had this camera for several weeks and have not had to recharge the battery yet (including a 4 day trip to Seattle).

    I highly recommend this camera!

    [1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

    Very Adequate
    By CheriVerified Reviewer from Chicago, IL on 8/23/2008
    Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Good sized screen, Nice Features and Settings
    Best Uses:
    Home, Outdoors, Portraits, Travel
    Describe Yourself:
    Bottom Line:
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    Comments about Casio EX-S10 Exilim Card Digital Camera (Blue):

    With thousands of action shots, and a bit of patience, it is possible to get some truly exceptional shots (Oh the joys of digital). If you are expecting action shots at the little league game this might not be best. An action that is repeatable has a higher degree of probability for success.

    No view finder makes shooting in continuous mode an exercise in faith that you are shooting what you want. I do wish that continuous mode shooting didn't reduce all the way down to 2M, but making sure you're zoomed in as far as possible does help insure a decent resolution picture. However, when there isn't a view finder, and with the display blanking during continuous mode, you do have to get lucky with the zoom.

    I found MACRO mode to be less than inspiring, useless actually.

    The USB connection on the camera is flimsy. I have actually stopped using it for the most part. I have an SD card with a USB adapter. This is a much more mechanically reliable method to get pictures onto the computer.

    I'd like to see a plug or other covering for the USB and tripod sockets.

    The manual is pretty useless. Poking through the menu's I found some rather pleasing features; focal point tracking for example. But the manual left me scratching my I know why I rarely read the beasts.

    However, for "plain Jane" type of shooting the camera is more than adequate. It's overriding strength is the size. For putting in a pocket and heading out for the day it's excellent. I'd take this one for those generic vacation pictures we all use to torture friends and family. For the higher end pictures save up and get a good DSLR.

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