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The Casio Exilim EX-H10 is an expensive travel sized digital camera released in late 2009.

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Video editing within the camera conveniently allows cuts off the beginning or end of a clip to free memory space

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Wide angle (24mm) to 10x optical zoom offers wider range than many cameras at this price point

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Battery lasts a very long time compared to most point and shoots, up to 1000 shots (compare with 200-400)

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Dedicated video button conveniently and quickly starts recording, avoids missing action

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Customizable buttons allow quick manual adjustments that many point-and-shoots lack

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HD Video quality suffers from graininess unless in bright outdoor light

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Manually adjusted settings reset when battery is removed for charging

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Image quality suffers from graininess when indoors with moderately low light

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Battery charger is bulky and uses a long cable, unlike many competitors' wall plug-in chargers

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The Casio Exilim EX-H10 is an expensive travel sized digital camera released in late 2009. It includes some of the standard features that digital cameras come with, such as Auto Best Shot, Make-up shot and Face Recognition. It comes with 38 total pre-optimized user selectable scene modes, a larger than normal number. One thing that increases the price of the camera is the 24mm wide lens, making it able to take landscape and wider pictures, something that not a lot of competitors have. Also upping the price is the long lasting battery with 1,000 shots per charge, or 142 shots per day for an entire week. The Casio Exilim EX-H10 has a three inch, 230,400 dot resolution LCD screen that takes up most of the space on the backplate of the camera, but despite that the buttons and controls are large enough to be useful.

  • 10x Optical Zoom
  • HD Movie Function
  • Make-up Mode
  • 3" screen
  • 1,000 shot battery
  • Ultra-wide angle 24mm lens
  • 12.39 million pixels
  • 1/2.3-inch square pixel CCD
  • CCD-shift image stabilization
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