Excerpt: When Casio introduced its Exilim EX-Z1000 in April of 2006 it was the world's first ten megapixel compact camera. Did Casio set the world aflame with this milestone and a nice round number. Not quite. Unfortunately, the Z1000 and its successors, the Z1050 and Z1080, became a bit of a missed opportunity.
Pros: Elegant, ultra-thin stainless steel body, 10.1 megapixel resolution, Terrific 2.7-inch wide-format LCD, 36 different modes, Fun movies modes and H.264/AAC recording, 848 x 480 movies at 30 frames per second
Summary: Number of Effective Pixels Image Sensor Total Pixels File Format Built-in Flash Memory Recording Media Number of Recorded Pixels Recording Capacity (when set at maximum image size) Operating Speed Lens Zoom Focusing Focus Range Exposure Shutter Type Aperture*8 White Balance Sensitivity (SOS/REI)*10 Other Recording Functions Self-timer Built-in Flash Monitor Screen Timekeeping Functions Input/Output Terminals Microphone Speaker Power Requirements Battery Life Dimensions...
Summary: If slimness, style, and portability were the only important aspects of digital cameras, then the Casio Exilim Card EX-S10 would win hands down. Unfortunately, while it has some nice features--including an excellent LCD and fast overall performance--the EX-S10's lens wasn't able to keep our pictures sharp, and it lagged in terms of image quality.
Excerpt: I was pretty excited when I found out I would be reviewing the Casio Exilim S10, "the world's smallest and thinnest 10.1 megapixel camera." The camera I currently own is far from being the smallest or thinnest any-megapixel camera, and definitely lacks in the style department.
Pros: Good general image quality, Accurate auto white balance, Super Clear LCD is super clear
Cons: No optical/mechanical image stabilization, Horrible user manual, Weird focusings settings
Conclusion: I am more impressed with the Casio Exilim EX-S10 than I thought I would be. The really slim cameras do not always offer quite the same picture quality as larger models, but in this case I would be happy to own this camera.
Pros: Size - LCD screen information - widescreen movies - bright photos
Excerpt: The Casio EX-S10 uses a newly developed CCD sensor that has allowed Casio to pack in a respectable 10.1MP resolution into such a small body. There's also a large 2.7in LCD screen with bright display and a wide viewing angle. The screen covers most of the back of the camera, alongside the command buttons. Functions are easy to access although metering mode and white balance can only be set via the main menu.