Summary: Compared with the Panasonic TZ18 , the Casio EX-ZR10 cannot beat him because the range of the optical zoom is different. However, the differences are completed by a lot of new features, the impressive capacity of the burst mode and a better display.
Summary: The EX-RZ10 delivers a performance that puts rival compacts to shame, and it’s bursting with both useful and novelty features. While the punchy and well-exposed results make image quality more than satisfactory at default settings, a little experimentation is recommended for really getting the most...
Pros: Good image quality, plenty of features, useful high-speed still shooting, design
Cons: Oversharp images at default, high-speed video mode of little practical use at such a low resolution
Conclusion: Offering ease of use and a rucksack full of useful features that further enhance the status of this otherwise familiar point-and-shooter, the Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 would well serve those who value the convenience of an auto everything model with few manual features, yet just enough to prevent boredom...
Pros: Solid feel yet diminutive build, one touch Full HD video recording with stereo sound, 360 degree panorama shooting plus two HDR modes deliver impressive results, 7x optical zoom extends creative possibility further, clear images even at higher ISO settings
Cons: Priced towards the top end of its point and shoot class (though street prices will be cheaper)
Summary: Whilst lacking the GPS facility of the Exilim EX-H20G to make it a fully rounded travel zoom, the EX-ZR10 makes up for it by being quick off the mark and featuring a more sophisticated and simply less quirky body design.