Summary: However, this camera also has a few drawbacks that will leave some photographers looking for a different camera. You can choose from several image quality and resolution settings with the Casio EX-H10, which is a handy feature.
Pros: 10X optical zoom lens is very handy, Lens even offers some nice wide angle options, Continuous shot modes work extremely well, Large, bright LCD, Best Shot mode is handy and built-in help explains each mode
Cons: Camera's menu structure is a little confusing, Low-light shooting performance needs to be better, Placement of flash on camera body can leave it blocked by a finger, Price could be a little lower
Summary: Overall the Casio EX-H10 is a solid performer – mainly due to its 24-240mm (10x optical zoom) lens and long lasting battery life. Beyond this it’s not particularly ground-breaking though and, considering the price point, isn’t necessarily going to have other competitors’ advanced products running...
Pros: Long battery life, 24mm wide angle & 10x zoom
Cons: High ISO image quality lacks, no optical zoom during movie mode
Excerpt: A rather nice small digitalcamera that I have had a chance to review for slightly longer than the normal two weeks which means I can delve more fully into the various styles available with it while taking out and about with me.
Pros: Solid feel build and long lens reach coupled with smaller than average dimensions for such a feature set, which includes the latest must-have of HD movie capture not to mention longer than average battery life
Cons: Average image quality for its class, tricky to get a completely sharp shots when shooting handheld at extremities of the zoom, positioning of the built-in flash means that fingers can sometimes stray in front, zoom disabled in movie mode and no HDMI out
The 10X-optical-zoom EX-H10 aims to please a younger crowd with its fun in-camera features.
Good Gear Guide.au
23 September 2009
Conclusion: With its emphasis on fun, the Casio Exilim EX-H10 digital camera is clearly geared toward a younger crowd or to users looking for a "beginner's megazoom". If it's entertaining in-camera features you're looking for, the EX-H10 should be at the top of your list.
Pros: Very fast 10x optical zoom lens, fun in-camera features and auto modes
Cons: Loud zoom lens motors, lack of manual controls
Summary: The Casio EX-H10 is a good travel zoom camera, offering a compelling package of compact dimensions, versatile wide-angle lens, large LCD screen and HD movies, but ultimately it comes up short in several key areas when compared to the Panasonic DMC-TZ7 / TZ6.