Summary: The slimmest/Thinnest mot compact camera around! at 3.2 MP you still get a great picture!This camera is for anybody like me who is always on the go. Forget those bulky camera... not even bigger than your wallet!
Summary: Here's the deal. This is the ultimate point and shoot camera for those of us on the go. Whether you're at the club or hanging in the back yard. Chillin' with the family or over a friend's house for poker this camera goes everywhere. It comes into focus fast and snaps pictured even faster. Don't expect anything fancy just a great point and shoot camera that fits in your pocket.
Summary: Pros: Very portable (size of a business card wallet) and gives surprisingly nice pictures for a 3 megpixel without autofocus and other fancy stuff. Very easy to use. Easy to find at very reasonable eBay price. ($20-55) Camera still made in Japan - solid feel. Memory card and battery easy to get on eBay at very reasonable prices. ($10 battery and charger) Has histogram function. Has a viewfinder - great for taking pictures in very bright sunny days.
Excerpt: The Casio Elixim EX S3 is a neat little camera that will fit into even the smallest of handbags. It is easy to use and has three simple modes. You can take a normal photo, record 30 seconds of film or get extra help using the best shot function. The best shot function allows you to select the most appropriate mode for your subject, e.g. taking pictures of fireworks or flowers or at night.
Excerpt: Casio S3: Pros really tiny, Fast start up, 30 seconds movie s, small size and light weight, easy to switch between record mode and movie mode, Instuction manual nice and simple, Deleting photos can just be accessed by pressing down, Charging is very easy Cons: Zoom feature useless & does not make picture any better, Brownish light when taking pictures, flash does not make it any better, Pictures of text are unclear, Movie mode far away views and text are unclear Movie...
Pros: Only 30 sec movie mode(s), light weight, easy to switch between record mode and movie mode
Excerpt: I bought this camera when it first came out a couple of years ago and in my opinion it is still the best looking and user friendly camera for it's size on the market. Everyone who I show the camera to are amazed by how small and thin it is. However when I tell them how much it was they stand back in shock. I paid just under £300 for it but that was a couple of years ago and i'm sure the price has dropped making it even better value for money.
Excerpt: We've owned this camera for about a year now and it's fantastic! It's small enough to fit in a top pocket for the boys and a handbag for the girlies and we bought a leather change purse off the market for £1.00 which it fits in exactly, rather than paying nearly £20.00 for the official carrying case. It has loads of features and is so easy to use that even my techno-phobe Mum can use it.
Excerpt: What a fantastic camera- I just love it! It's small enough to fit into any pocket on a night out, and incredibly light. Very easy to use, I'm not great with technology but I found loading the pictures onto the computer for downloading a complete doddle! Large clear screen on such a small camera for seeing the pictures, and a zoom lense too! I recommend buying an additional memory card, it stores loads of photos and just keeps going.
Excerpt: I have now had the camera for one month. It has a large screen which is helpfull in my work in interior design, it is simplicity itself to use and has some interesting stuff, you can shoot a back drop and then add a person or object. This said I dont believe it offers great value, but hte size is ideal. If you looking for a slip in the pocket high picture quality camera it is surely worth a look.
Excerpt: What a great little ickle camera. For a snap and shoot you can't get much better than this. Obviously if you want more from a Digital camera then you can invest in more pixels, more features but the size of this camera really makes a difference. The display is big, the options are there. You can do movies, zoom, crop, control white balance, exposure compensation, combine shots, specify size and quality. It even has its best shot mode, do I need to carry on? I do?