Summary: I bought one for my wife and one for my mother (in blue). Good photos, but it takes a while to "load", so quickly taking shots in succession is out of the question. Get a screen protector & case to go with it.
Summary: Overall I like the camera and the large screen is great and you can see the pictures even in bright light, like ski pictures. My last camera you couldn't see anything in the screen. Unfortunately the zoom switch has failed already and I see some others saying their zoom doesn't work either.
Summary: Overall an excellent camera. I would rate it best quality for it's price. In six months, I took 1375 pictures and videos in Iraq. Obviously, Iraq is a sandy place in the desert, and sandstorms are inevitable.
Summary: At first I was not impressed with the camera, but after getting to know all the features it is a great little camera. It is slim, the battery lasts a long time unlike my other cameras, it takes great video with sound, and there is no software to download.
Summary: When I saw this camera and held it in my hands for the first time, I had to have it. The size is what sold me on it. After owning it for the past month, I love it. While other cameras may take a better picture, this little camera holds it's own.
Summary: I was going to buy the Flip camera or the Sanyo Xacti 700HD. But I found this camera which is in between price wise. It takes great pictures and if you put the video mode on the highest settings, it also takes pretty good videos.
Excerpt: I bought the EX-S10 to have a "pocket" camera I could take anywhere. After a few days of playing with it, I have to admit that the WOW factor is high. Every time I use it, I think "WOW." For just over $200, I wasn't expecting much, but Casio has far exceeded my expectations.