Excerpt: With a 24-240mm lens in a compact body, a super-long battery life and HD video, is the H10 Casio’s biggest camera-related hit of the year? The What Digital Camera Casio EXILIM EX-H10 review takes...
The 10X-optical-zoom EX-H10 aims to please a younger crowd with its fun in-camera features.
Good Gear Guide.au
14 February 2010
Summary: 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: Although the pocket megazoom category of digital cameras is still brand-new, the good-looking Casio Exilim EX-H10 claims a subset of that subcategory all by itself. This compact, 10X-optical-zoom model emphasizes fun, beginner-friendly features rather than advanced controls.
Summary: A rather nice small digital camera 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.
Excerpt: The Casio EX-H10 is an extremely well-made, compact digital camera, with a shiny metallic grey metal body and excellent overall finish. It's just about small enough to fit into the palm of your hand, measuring 102.5 (W) x 62.0 (H) x 24.3 (D)mm. The EX-H10 will fit inside either a trouser or shirt pocket or handbag, and it only weighs 164g without the battery or memory card fitted.
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