Casio's Exilim series was born with the appearance in 2002 of a wearable card camera a digital camera with a very slim form. The new Exilim Card EX-S10 maintains all of the powerful functionality of the cameras that were later developed in that line (high pixel count, zoom functionality, LCD monitor, photo functions, etc.) but it also embodies a return to a stylish thin form and a strong design presence.
Memory Card Support: Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card, MultiMediaCard (MMC), MMCplus
LCD Screen Size: 2.7 in
Camera Type: Compact Camera
Effective Megapixels: 10.1 Megapixel
Lens Mount: Fixed
Optical Zoom: 3
Product Title: Casio EX-S10 10.1 Megapixel Compact Camera - Black
Power Score: 3.6 | 8 Reviews
Image Sensor: CCD
Total Pixels: 10300000
Maximum Video Capture Resolution: 848 x 480
Flash: Auto Flash, Flash ON, Flash OFF, Red-eye Reduction
Interface Connection: 1 x USB, 1 x Audio/Video Out
Optical Zoom: 3 X
Digital Zoom: 4x
Max Aperture: 2.8 1/f
Focal Length: 6.30 mm to 18.90 mm
Installed Memory: 11.8 MB
Height: 2.2 in
Width: 3.7 in
Depth: 0.6 in
Weight: 4.00 oz
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
General Features: Photo Date/Time Stamping, Pictbridge Support, Self Timer, Voice Memo Recorder
Image Format: JPEG
Included Components: Cables - Audio/Video, Cables - USB, Carrying Strap, External Battery Charger
Max Focal Length: 18.9 mm
Max Horizontal Image Resolution: 3648 pixels
Max Vertical Image Resolution: 2736 pixels
Max Zoom: 12 X
Min Aperture: 10 1/f
Min Focal Length: 6.3 mm
Min Focus Distance: 5.91 in
Power Source: Lithium Ion Battery
Maximum Shutter Speed: 2000 1/x sec.
Minimum Shutter Speed: 4 1/x sec.
Bulb Setting: No
Exposure Settings: Auto Exposure, Multiple Program Modes
Focus Features: Auto Focus, Face Recognition Auto Focus, Manual Focus, Multiple Point Focusing, Spot Focus
Maximum Frame Rate: 30 frames/s (fps)
Video Capture Format: MOV (QuickTime), MPEG-4
Image Sensor Quantity: 1
Image Sensor Size: 0.435 in
ISO Equivalencies: 100, 1600, 200, 400, 50, 800
Metering Characteristics: Center-weighted, Multi-Segment, Spot
Number of Resolution Modes: 10
White Balance: Auto, Manual, Preset Modes
Shutter Lag: 8 ms
Number of Scene Modes: 39
Continuous Shooting Speed: 4 frames/s (fps)
Exposure Compensation Range (±): 2 EV
Frequency Band: Best Shot (36 scenes)YouTube Capture ModeVoice RecordingBuilt-in Microphone & SpeakerSensitivity:Movies: AutoStill Images:AutoISO 50ISO 100ISO 200ISO 400ISO 800ISO 1600Language Options:EnglishFrenchGermanSpanishItalianPortugueseChinese (traditional & simplified)KoreanJapanese
Camera Modes: Color Modes:ColorBlack & whiteSepiaRedGreenBlueYellowPinkPurpleBurst Capability:Continuous: 0.8 fpsHi-speed continuous: 4 fps (@ 2MP only)Rapid Flash: 3 fps
Viewfinder Type: No
Product Model: EX-S10
Product Series: EX
Brand Name: Casio
Lens Construction: 6 Elements in 5 Groups
Maximum Image Resolution: 3648 x 2736
Maximum Frame Rate: 30 fps
Number of Batteries Support: 1
Battery Built-in: No
Battery Rechargeable: Yes
Battery Include: Yes
Longest Shutter Speed: 4 Second
Shortest Shutter Speed: 1/2000 Second
HD Movie Mode: No
Product Line: Exilim
Product Reviews (8)
Casio is horrible company with JUNKIE camera product
Weakness: Fell apart
I won't ever purchase another Casio product and neither should you. My daughter spent all her babysitting money to purchase a Casio camera. It broke within 6 months of purchase. Would not take photos unless they were so blurry you couldn't tell what it was and the clip broke off of the battery compartment. We sent it back to Casio for repair...they mailed it back to us lose in a box and it broke...
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I won't ever purchase another Casio product and neither should you. My daughter spent all her babysitting money to purchase a Casio camera. It broke within 6 months of purchase. Would not take photos unless they were so blurry you couldn't tell what it was and the clip broke off of the battery compartment. We sent it back to Casio for repair...they mailed it back to us lose in a box and it broke again within 6 mths but this time it was 1 mth out of warranty and they will not repair unless we send them $130!! What a joke of a company. I will NEVER purchase another Casio product!!!
By anonymous; - Feb 23, 2009
A petite beauty...
Strengths: A small compact camera which is hard to believe but is the size of a business card and easily fits a shirt pocket gives you a great punch in a small sleek metal case, 10 mega pixels of stunning beauty
Weakness: Casio did fail in certain aspects you now need to remove the battery and place into a separate charge, battery life is also slightly down from the bigger brother Z10 version, getting the battery in or
I got my first Casio camera back in 2005 and since then I've become an Casio enthusiast ;) I bought this same model in Blue, but I it, so I decided to buy the same model again, but in Black, clearly I have been impressed by the quality of Casio cameras.
But overall the camera is sleek, ultra small and has a huge screen, which makes it an ideal point and shoot camera choice.
By ianxxi - Jul 25, 2008
Great and the thinnest
Strengths: Thinnest camera in the world. Great pictures.
Weakness: Not really.
This is a camera you can put in your pocket or on your belt and you won't know its there. No redeye. Great pictures. Great video. Great screen. I like the silver and red models. The black is mat rubbery finish.
This is the always with you camera. Super thin at .6 inches. Most other thin cameras are .8 inches or .9 or 1.0"
By lechter - May 25, 2008
Strengths: Great Picture Quality, Very Small Size, Fast, Take picture while recording movie
Weakness: Gets blury at night in farthest zoom position
I just came back from the Bon Jovi Concert, and I actually had a couple behind us ask us if we can email our pictures because their HP Camera could not take the kind of pictures we were taking. Its an awesome camera, this has been the 3 generation I have bought. Its small, picture quality is great, fast in between taken pictures, you can record video and take pictures at the same time. This...
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I just came back from the Bon Jovi Concert, and I actually had a couple behind us ask us if we can email our pictures because their HP Camera could not take the kind of pictures we were taking.
Its an awesome camera, this has been the 3 generation I have bought. Its small, picture quality is great, fast in between taken pictures, you can record video and take pictures at the same time. This feature came in very handy at the concert.
By PC3001 - Apr 10, 2008
Casio Exilim EX-S10 (black)
THE GOOD: Slim design; features not often found on cameras in this class/price range; convenient onscreen menu; live histogram; broad Best Shot options; peppy performance. THE BAD: Tiny controls; impossible to read icons/text on buttons and camera body; soft photos; moderate zoom focal range. THE BOTTOM LINE: Although its tiny size and just-average image quality may be dealbreakers for some, the...
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By cnet.com - Jan 14, 2009