Casio Exilim EX-S10 camera is easy to use at a great value!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: First of all, i have to begin by saying that this camera is not exactly what seasoned photographers would consider "the bomb". But if you're like me, an on-the-go mom who just wants to snap a pic here and there without getting too technical then this is the camera for you. The price tag is wonderful, for under $100 you get a digital camera with all the bells and whistles necessary to capture Jr's first soccer game or Princess' first ballet recital.
The Casio Exilim EX-S10 takes great still photos and videos.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I am quite fickle about my digital cameras. The Casio Exilim EX-S10 is the fifth digital camera I have owned in the past 7 years. I bought the camera to take still digital shots of my three children, as well as videos that I can upload to my computer or burn to DVD. The camera was easy to use right out of the box, but the user's manual was terrible. There were too many languages on each page so it was very confusing and there was not nearly enough information. I was...
Excerpt: I am the type of person that is loyal to a brand, especially when it comes to electronics. For instance, every time when it was time to upgrade my cell phone I always stuck with the Motorola because it was sleek, stylish, and the functions and buttons were pretty much the same (off topic: my hubby got me an iPhone G4 for my birthday so I'm no longer loyal to Motorola lol). Plus I don't really like to learn new electronics if I can help it.
Excerpt: Investigate exactly what you are looking for in a camera before settling on one that you find confusing or complicated. I received this camera as a "reward" from our bank and I like it but it's not my Kodak. Granted, it is very different and takes great pictures but it is more complex in arrangement and my zone of comfort has to be expanded. I prefer the EasyShare line but I will get use to this one if I continue to take pictures of my grandson.
Excerpt: Love this camera because it is compact, has a great zoom for a camera of its size, has multiple picture settings, self timer, and video. Cassio packs a lot of feautures into this small camera! I have owned this camera for four years and have not been dissapointed. The one downside is that the date/time resets whenever I remove the battery to recharge the camera.
Summary: I bought this camera as soon as it came out. It takes clear, sharp pictures and turns on quickly. I timed it myself and I turned the camera on AND took a picture in under 2 seconds. I would have given it five stars, but after 2 years of use, the camera quit focusing at all, making it pretty much unusable. I did love it while it lasted, though.
Summary: I bought this camera back in 2008. So far the camera has met almost every expectation I had and the description of what it does. It is a great little camera that easily fits in my jean pocket without creating a large bulge. It's discreet, easy to carry, and easy to operate. I like the configuration of the buttons and how they're arranged. There are a lot of features to adjust the picture quality and effects.
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. Casio can either fix it and warrantee the work, not the whole camera for 90 days for $79 plus shipping or exchange it for another one and get a 1 year warrantee for $80.
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. Needless to say, sand eventually got into the retractable lens and caused it to mulfunction, then stop working. RIP Exilium.