Casio Exilim EX-ZR10
Released September, 2010
The Pros:Usage is very simple, can pick it up and start using it right away. Compact design fits in a pocket comfortably. LCD is large and very clear.
The Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 is a compact digital camera built for high quality image capture in a small design profile. The slim body design holds a 12.4 megapixel sensor that can shoot video at high definition 1080p, and at 30 frames per second.
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A burst mode is also available for up to 40 shots per second capture. The lens is capable of 7x optical zooming, and uses the approximate equivalent of a 28 to 196 mm focal range to enable wide shots and sharp images of distant subjects. The sensor itself shifts slightly with the movement of the hands, stabilizing the image for a clearer picture. A high-speed USB connection is available, or direct display of the camera's contents can be sent to an HDMI port.
- 12.4 megapixel
- 3 in TFT LCD monitor
- HD 1080p video, 30fps
- Burst shooting, up to 40 shots per second
- Stills: JPEG (Exif Version 2.3), DCF 2.0 standard, DPOF compliant
- Movies: H.264/AVC
- Focal Range (Approx): 28 to 196 mm equivalent
- Lens Construction: 7 lenses in 8 groups, including aspherical lens
- CMOS-shift image stabilization
- Optical zoom: 7x, Digital zoom: 4x
- Hi-Speed USB, HDMI, AV outputs
- SDXC, SDHC, SD memory card compatible
User Reviews (1)
usage is very simple, can pick it up and start using it right away
compact design fits in a pocket comfortably
LCD is large and very clear
pictures end up very detailed and clear
image stabilization is very good, accounts for incidental hand shake
lag time is very low, takes the picture right away as soon as you push the button
zoom is very good, can take sharp pictures from far away
low light images remain clear and detailed, doesn't get grainy
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