Summary: you can set this camera to 1080p (full HD) great with pictures. i would highly recommend this camera for and outdoor/indoor family camera, and also good for movie making. i make many films, and i've made most of my best films with this small light weight camera. although this camera is very fragile. it broke four or five times, and the third time it was broken, but don't think that you'll brake it in an instant.
Summary: I have been enjoying my new camera! Battery life is great and takes clear crisp pictures. It's not total pro camera, but for vacation and family outings it works excellent. After doing alot of research, this was the camera I choose and I'm very glad I did.
Summary: I bought this camera because I compared the quality of the pictures from my friends Casio to my old Sony and i was shocked. The pictures where very clear and it has some amazing features that really help when you want to get a great image. I researched other brands but none had the makeup feature for picture to achieve a flawless face look of close ups and as a makeup artist I love this feature.
Summary: I bought this camera about a month ago and I am very pleased. It replaced a Kodak 10mp with 10x zoom. the pictures are much sharper with this one and it is more compact. Only complaint is lag time between shot. I was shooting a canoe race and the lag was a little frustrating. My video turned out good but I was annoyed that I could not zoom during a video shoot.
Excerpt: After 20 months of ownership, I have found the key to day-to-day use for the EX-H10 that satisfies most of my day-to-day and travel needs. In the AUTO Mode: 12mp Auto Flash AF Multi-area Anti Shake - Camera AS ISO 64 AWB EV = -0.67 Sharpness +2 Saturation +2 Save the above in a Best Shot file. Repeat for ISO 400, with and without Auto Flash. Change ISO as situation dictates but stay at 400 or less. Shoot at 24mm (35mm equivalent) and up to 5X maximum.
Summary: I was an Instamatic Brownie Bullet kind of guy, point and click and never pose anyone. If you have to say cheese, the picture will be cheesy. FILM, what can I say, I LOVED IT AND HATED IT. Film gave me beautiful pictures but the roll film for my Brownie Bullet became unavailable and the instamatic broke down after 30 years,they should make a camera to last. The whole idea of a digital camera sounded pretty good to me, muff a shot just delete it.
Summary: The lens for the camera started sticking 2 days after I bought it (a year ago). I stupidly exchanged for the same camera. It is cheaply made, but I wanted the battery life & zoom. It started sticking again (months later) & the flash stopped working. I sent in within warranty period, received an email saying I had declined an estimate for the repair.
Summary: After having done much research on my next camera purchase, I read a review in Consumer Reports @ digital cameras. This camera was rated as a best buy. It had all of the features & specs of the Nikon I was looking at purchasing, but at less than half of the price. Being a believer in Consumer Reports, I purchased the Casio. I have been very pleased with the high quality of the pictures, ease of use, and excellent zoom feature. I highly recommend this camera.