Summary: Just looking at the EX-S200, it's easy to tell that it's a Casio Exilim camera. It has the typical stylish look and extremely thin design that's common with Exilim models. Unfortunately, the EX-S200's performance doesn't quite match its style.
Pros: Camera looks great; it's thin and has many colors available, LCD is well made and has minimal glare in bright sunlight, Camera surprisingly performs pretty well in low light with flash photos, Some fun in-camera "art effects" available, S200's lens offers good wide-angle capabilities
Cons: Camera's response times -- shutter lag and shot to shot delays -- are very disappointing, Camera's performance in outdoor photos is a little inconsistent for its price point, No menu shortcut buttons on camera, Autofocus sometimes performs slowly and inaccurately in outdoor photos
Summary: Pat Benetar once told us that love is a battlefield. So is the compact point-and-shoot market. Manufacturers are battling ever-improving smartphone cameras, and traditional point-and-shoots are smaller and more feature-packed every year. How do you make a camera stand out in a saturated market?
Pros: Ultra-slim build, Good images in ample light, Beginner-friendly
Cons: Noise at ISO 400, Slow lens, Below average video quality