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As of June 2008 the Casio Exilim EX-S10 is the world's smallest and thinnest digital camera.

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Pros

has plenty of manual settings if you want to experiment

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interface is easy to use and you figure it out right away

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video capture is excellent quality, looks excellent when viewed on a 720p display

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rich, deep colors in outdoor lighting

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beautiful build that feels sturdy and durable

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low light pictures using the flash look pretty good

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Cons

hard to get a clean shot of a moving subject in low light

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uses a proprietary USB connector, need to be careful with the cord

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As of June 2008 the Casio Exilim EX-S10 is the world's smallest and thinnest digital camera, housing a broad offering of features in a small, metal body. Along with over 30 scene modes, the EX-S10 offers an interesting twist on facial recognition: it can be programmed to recognize and prioritize specific faces over others. Aside from an "anti-shake" scene mode that utilizes digital image stabilization, the EX-S10 lacks optical or mechanical image stabilization. Image quality is described by reviewers as being of average to good quality for an ultracompact camera, with some decline in quality when shooting above ISO 400.

Features:
  • 10.1 megapixel CCD sensor
  • 3x optical zoom lens (36-108mm)
  • self-timer
  • metal body
  • face detection
  • over 30 scene modes
  • shoots movies (with limited in-camera editing functionality)
  • available in 4 colors
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