you have a camera this small, you've gotta have a proprietary battery.
Casio uses one called the NP-20, which seems familiar for some reason.
This 2.3 Watt/hour battery will get you about 80 minutes of juice
per charge, according to Casio.
Pros: The ultimate small camera -- it's just plain cool!, Robust operation, Built-in memory plus a SD/MMC slot, Decent photo quality for a tiny camera, Many controls, even manual white balance, Handy dock for photo transfer / battery charging
Cons: No optical zoom (can't see how they'd do it), No sound recording on EX-S1 model (get the EX-M1 for that), No macro mode, No tripod mount, Buttons on top of camera plus the four-way switch need a redesign, Pricey
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