'Though the pocket megazoom category of digital cameras is still brand-new, the good-looking Casio Exilim EX-H10 ($300 as of 9/18/09) claims a subset of that subcategory all by itself. '
'the palm-sized Casio and the metal and plastic build feels reassuringly solid. '
'Audio captured by the on-board mic was surprisingly good. '
'Fun in-camera features and auto modes.. '
'This camera is easy to use and has several good features.'
'One high-speed digital cameras that are convenient to carryover everywhere.'
'This Casio Elixim EX-S12 looks fantastic and won't weigh you down.'
'The camera is well-made, durable, and sturdy but its being dropped forcefully, even though accidentally, did cause some cosmetic damage.'
'a super-slim compact camera with a unique frame design that can be twisted and bent to accommodate all kinds of shooting angles.'
'However, the small lens suffers from poor exposure akin to a mobile phone camera. '
Great price point
'A quality camera at a respectable price. '
'photos are bright and colourful though display a loss of sharpness towards the corners at 24mm equivalent wide-angle setting.'
'smooth skin tones'
'best image processing speed'
'Best Budget Compact Digital Camera'
'The EX-Z550 is very slim, in fact it's smaller that a deck of playing cards, with a similar rectangular shape.'
'The compact and trendy EX-Z550 offers 14.1 megapixels that helps you to deliver excellent pictures without compromising on its quality. '
'impressive compact camera'
'The stylish aspects of the Exilim EX-Z2000 digital camera from Casio are impressive ... and the camera's photography features aren't bad, either.'
'14.1 megapixel high-performance digital camera'
'good rugged snapshot camera'
'Can survive drops up to 7 feet.'
'certain aspects of the camera are awkward to use.'
'The Casio EX-G1 camera is able to hold up after falling seven feet, in freezing cold weather, and being submerged in ten feet of water for more than an hour.'
'otherwise extremely attractive and shiny little camera'
'very appealing little camera'
'the silver-on-silver icons and text on the buttons are difficult to read, as are the silver icons and text on the camera body (at least on our red review unit).'
'Controls are largely straightforward, with the usual menu, scene mode -- called Best Shot by Casio -- and playback buttons, as well as a circular clickpad.'
'the camera is easy to pack anywhere.'
'the focus is decently shallow for a small-form sensor.'
'Telephoto image quality not great. 10cm macro on ZS10.'
Entirely lacks an optical viewfinder
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