Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-ZS10: Good camera with reasonable features at low price
20 July 2012
Summary: This camera is my back-up to a bigger DSLR, and I always have it with me. It's performed well for over a year. Build quality is fine, the battery door feels a little flimsy however, as does the lens cover. The start-up time is ok, not quite as fast as I would like considering I carry it to take photos when I see a great opportunity. The lens takes a reasonably long time to deploy. The buttons are slightly fiddly.
Summary: My experience with using this camera has been a good one. I got this as a birthday present before I went on holiday and for the price I was told it got bought for I wasn't expecting much but the picture quality is very good. It can take up to 14 mega pixels which is large enough for anyone! The camera seems to have a good auto focus feature so taking fast photos were normally not a problem. It also has a macro feature which means you can take photos up close.
Pros: good quality photos, quick to load, easy to use
Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-ZS10: Great camera for the price and packed full of useful little ...
1 February 2012
Summary: Admittedly this doesn't look the best camera from the outside, but you'll find it's packed with a great range of features on the inside, such as taking stills from videos, red eye removal and motion printing. The menus are easy to navigate with the buttons and tweaking the settings before you take your photo only takes seconds. It's pretty slim so fits nicely in your pocket, doesn't weight too much and only takes a second to start up and be ready for taking photos.
Pros: Lots of useful features, great point and shoot camera
Summary: This is a good camera. It takes great pictures and videos. I owned another one and lost it. :( The only thing I don't like about this camera is that it does not have the option to take multiple shots with one click. My other Exilim had this option and it made for great pictures especially with a 2 year old that moves a lot. I am also having problems connecting it to my computer. This could be my computer's fault though. Hahaha.
Summary: I have been getting adjusted to this very slim version of a camera. Holding it is a bit more of a challenge even with small hands and thin fingers. I just took it on a 5 day Boundary Waters trip in September and it took gorgeous photos as long as I didn't zoom in too closely. The high resolution of the camera even at just the 6mb size images makes it difficult to get clear photos without the tripod when zooming in.
Summary: I purchased this product to replace a lost one....but without the need to expend too much money; I was affraid that because it was a used one may be the quality and appreance not so good....but I was surprise to see a product like a new one and with the same functionality ...you never know when you are going to find a used product with such good quality and price.
Summary: I bought this camera as a replacement for an earlier Casio Exilim model (3 MP). The previous model took great pictures and was incredibly reliable. After 5+ years, the screen of the older model was damaged when I sat on it while it was in my back pocket...my fault. The newer model couldn't have been more of a disappointment. The shutter speed was slower and the lense mechanism has been rendered utterly useless after only 8 months of use.
Summary: This was the third Exilim I've owned. And, just like my previous (2) models, they end up dying shortly after the 1 year warranty. This particular model just reached the 14 month mark when the lens motor quit working correctly and eventually ceasing to work at all. You get some good pics and video for the price, but keep in mind it's not going to last much longer than the warranty.