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
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