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Casio Exilim EX-FS10 9MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.5 inch LCD (Red)

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  • 9.1-megapixel resolution
  • 3x optical image-stabilized zoom
  • 30 shot-per-second high-speed burst shooting (6 MP images)
  • HD Movie function
  • Capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)
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Technical Details

Color: Red
  • Brand Name: Casio
  • Model: FS10 Red
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 6 MP
  • Optical zoom: 3 x
  • Display Size: 2.5 inches
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Product Details

Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 5 x 5.3 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001OTZR3G
  • Item model number: FS10 Red
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,134 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 8, 2009

Product Description

Color: Red

From the Manufacturer

By reducing the size of the circuitry and the image sensor units, Casio has produced the super-slim EX-FS10, which offers a high-speed 30 shot-per-second burst rate and high-speed movies at a maximum of 1000 fps. It also delivers a number of other innovative functions, including the ability to capture a still image while viewing the movement of the subject in slow motion and automatically selecting and saving one frame from continuous shots.

The Exilim EX-FS10 measures just 3.8 inches wide, 2.3 inches high and .64 inches thin. It features a newly-developed 3x optical inner-zoom lens and a 2.5-inch high-performance Super Clear LCD. This high-speed model also boasts an effective 9.1-megapixel resolution.

Casio Exilim EX-FS10 Highlights

Casio FS10 highlights
30 shot-per-second high-speed burst shooting
The EX-FS10 can take up to 30 shots per second of high-resolution 6.0-megapixel images. What’s more, it can save up to 25 frames prior to the instant that the shutter button is actually pressed, so even if the user hits the shutter a bit late, that special moment will not be missed. The number of shots per second can be set at 30, 15, 10, 5, 3 or auto, and the user can set the total number of shots in one burst at 30, 20, 10 or 5.

Easy, convenient functions that make the most of high-speed burst shooting
Automatically record just the best of the images captured in a high-speed burst. Also, a number of images from a burst can be combined into a single image. It is this high-speed burst capability that offers the functionality for easily creating photos precisely in accordance with the wishes of the user. After taking a set of shots, there is no need to go to the trouble of manually select the best one.

Casio FS10 highlights
Slow Motion View
By pressing a dedicated button during shooting, it is possible to view the movement of the subject in slow motion on the LCD monitor. The user can press the shutter while viewing the LCD monitor, selecting the perfect moment to capture from a scene that looks as if time has been slowed down.

High-Speed Anti-Shake and High-Speed Night Scene functions
Combine a number of images taken in burst mode, and then align the position of the subject to form a single shot. This means that, even without a tripod, zoom photography and night shots are beautifully rendered, virtually making photo blur a thing of the past.

High-Speed Best Selection
To ensure that a natural, fleeting smile is captured, the FS10 can automatically select the best image from a set of images taken in burst mode, with the subject smiling, with no photo blur, and with the subject’s eyes open. The best image will be saved.

High-speed movie recording at up to 1,000 fps The FS10 features a high-speed movie function that can record motion that is ordinarily too fast for the human eye to see, and then play it back in ultra-slow motion. The frame rate can be set at 1000 fps, 420 fps or 210 fps. Also, even while recording a movie clip at the standard speed (30 fps), by pressing a single button the frame rate can be changed to the 210 fps high-speed mode.

Casio FS10 highlights
HD Movie function The HD Movie function will record beautiful videos at a size of 1280x720 pixels. Also, pressing the dedicated photo button while shooting an HD movie clip will capture a 6.0-megapixel still image.

Lag Correction You can set in advance the time lag between the moment that you want to capture and the actual time of taking the picture. This way, it is possible to capture that precious instant at any time, with minimal lag. This works because the cameras select from the images they temporarily store in their burst mode buffers the one image that was taken at the specified interval prior to the shutter being released, and just that image is saved.

Product Description

Casio 9 MP High Speed Red

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This camera takes super clear pictures. It's not the easiest thing in the world to use, but if you sit down and spend a little time with it you'll figure it out :) Read more ›
We are able to catch the grand kids in poses impossible at the slow delayed shutter time of normal digital cameras. The camera is compact and the photos good quality. Proble… Read more ›
Another nice feature is the ability to 'put reality in slow motion'. It records a stream of full size images, and shows them to you in slow motion,(adjustable), as they are… Read more ›
Photos During the daytime however, the camera takes some pretty nice shots. The nice thing about it is that the auto function combined with Casio's "Best Shot" menu make it… Read more ›
The resolution becomes lower as you increase the fps. the 30-210 and 210 fps…While 1000 fps is really nice, the quality is a bit poor, and the files tend to be huge. If… Read more ›
So far I am less than thrilled with some problems I've discovered. Under OPTIMAL conditions, the automated settings seem to work well and produce great pictures and HD video. Read more ›
Definitely fits in any pocket. High Definition 720p video is very clear and I love using it when I'm not using High Speed (HS) HS video is good quality for a cheap camera. Read more ›
3) The high-speed video is a neat gimmick, but it isn't practical in real life for two reasons. First, the resolution is drastically reduced. Read more ›
This has got to be the best deal I've ever made. A camera that is super-slim and shoots great pictures and video at various resolutions, and even slow-motion up to 1000fps! A… Read more ›
In low light, the slo-mo is virtually unusable. I would recommend this as a fun video camera, not as a still image camera with some bonus features. The slo-mo stuff works… Read more ›
However, it suffers from the same type of noise…In order to take a nice clean video using a framerate of 210 fps or higher, you'll need to be outdoors in bright sunlight. Read more ›
* Very small -- smaller than I expected, and I was expecting small. I like to carry a camera with me 24/7 and insist on one that takes full motion video, etc. The small… Read more ›
This prevents a lot of the blur you normally get when using higher ISO's…The same principle is also used in an anti-shake best shot mode, which works reasonably well. Read more ›
The high definition (720p) movie mode is a nice feature, but also tends to come out grainy in low-light conditions, and again is virtually unusable indoors. It has extreme… Read more ›
* The slow-motion features are VERY cool. I have been having a lot of fun, often with my young niece & nephew, videoing all kinds of simple things and watching their slo-mo… Read more ›
The editing feature is great so that I don't have to do that on my computer and waster time…I really can't say enough about how great this function is at this price point. Read more ›
The nice thing about it is that the auto function combined with Casio's "Best Shot" menu make it easier to…The best ISO setting would probably be between the 100-200 range. Read more ›
This functionality branches off into 3 very unique modes: Read more ›
the price is great too, this is a beautiful camera. Read more ›
This cam is great, best priced high speed cam on the market.. its not pro style, but it does capture stunning Hd and great high speed shoots for it size and price. Read more ›
[[VIDEOID:mo2W9161M88P5RN]]I use this camera mostly to film…it also takes still frames with stunning quality, extremely quickly. at this price, you can't say no. Read more ›
In conclusion, its a fantastic toy at a great price. If you like playing with blocks, water, nerf guns, etc. this will make it 10x more fun! Read more ›
Get a couple extra batteries (I have 5 total) and a wall charger as you will…I ran through one full battery just playing around and getting used to some of the features. Read more ›
The slow-mo nature of the EX-S10 really helps get rid of motion blur. It even has great battery life. I'll say it again: This is the best pocket camera on the market today. Read more ›
Unless you like short battery and are a wiz with always having the settings adusted correctly for the type of light, and other tweeks. I would not recommend this camera. Read more ›
This cam is great, best priced high speed cam on the market.. its not pro style, but it does capture stunning Hd and great high speed shoots for it size and price. Its low… Read more ›
I teach college physics/engineering and heard about…I was interested in seeing how well the high speed video features worked since I had always wanted to try this out. I… Read more ›
At 1000fps you have a narrow band of a movie. For most things the 210 fps at 480x360 resolution is perfect. The 420 fps records at 224 x 168 and the 1000fps 224 x 64. Read more ›
The ability to slip the camera in a pocket makes access ideal. The crispness and clarity of the photos is another plus of this camera. Read more ›
Got this camera as a gift for my son. Great price, easy to operate, quick delivery. just what we were looking for for our young teenager. Read more ›
The Night Scene takes a fast series of stills of a night scene, any one of which might be underexposed, and then combines them to give a single shot with vivid colors and… Read more ›
the programs settings are great to, Offering tons of control, like focus pan and best shot memory set banks, or just let it take over in auto shot mode Read more ›
The new FS10 takes the amazing slow-mo video and…The fact that the lens doesn't pop out of the camera case is a great plus - it makes it more durable than other cameras. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Edwards on April 24, 2009
Color Name: Gray Verified Purchase
I've had my EX-FS10 for a couple of weeks now and feel qualified to make an initial review of it.

The overall feature set is very impressive, considering its size and shape. The actual implementation of some features is a bit off though.

PRO's:
* Very small -- smaller than I expected, and I was expecting small. I like to carry a camera with me 24/7 and insist on one that takes full motion video, etc. The small size, HD video features, and rapid shoot features of the FS10 make it perfect for me.

* The slow-motion features are VERY cool. I have been having a lot of fun, often with my young niece & nephew, videoing all kinds of simple things and watching their slo-mo details in playback. Granted, you lose resolution the slower you go but considering this feature isn't available at all in most (any?) other pocket cameras, I'm willing to accept this.

CON's:
* Images captured under even moderately low light conditions are very grainy and noisy. This is looking to be a big problem! You've got 9MP but when you look at them even a little bit closely you'll see a LOT of multi-color sensor noise/grain. Using the flash helps but I don't always want to use the flash. My MUCH older and cheaper digital cameras seem to do better in these same dark conditions! Perhaps I need to explore the custom settings some more BUT, per my next note, all of your custom settings seem to revert back to defaults every time you turn the camera off.

* The camera forgets all(?) of your custom settings when it is turned off and returns to default settings when turned back on. I think most of the problems I am reporting here could be minimized by tuning the camera's settings to my particular likings and personal shooting styles.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jan Twardowski on June 4, 2009
Color Name: Gray Verified Purchase
David Pogue, the NY Times tech reviewer, effused about Casio's new cameras, so I tried out the smaller version. The main attractions for me were the slo-mo movies and high-speed "still" shooting. Both were tough to figure out initially because the printed manual covers little more than turning the camera on, and the CD manual is large and opaque and gives little indication where those key features are to be found.

Finally figuring out most of it, I am particularly fond of Slow Motion View, which is great when you're waiting for your granddaughter to kick the soccer goal, the hummingbird to feed on your flowers, or the salmon to jump up the waterfall. You know, the kind of shot you always miss because the camera shutter was too slow. With this Casio, you just hold the shutter button halfway down and the camera will start recording in a buffer up to three seconds of 10 to 30 frames-per second photos at 6 megapixels (NOT the camera's full 9). The buffer doesn't fill up your SD card, but stays in the camera memory until you push the shutter button all the way down. At that point, you've captured up to 30 still pics of what just happened in the last few seconds. Later on (or immediately, if you want), you can pick out the best one or two freeze-frame shots of that rare event.

Haven't tried the High Speed Night Scene function or the Multi-Motion Image Procedure, but I like the idea behind each of them. The Night Scene takes a fast series of stills of a night scene, any one of which might be underexposed, and then combines them to give a single shot with vivid colors and lighting. Multi-Motion takes a series of shots of a moving object -- like a skier getting air -- and places several images of that object against a stationary background.

I like the camera and will continue to explore its many features, especially for taking pics of my fast-moving granddaughters.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Offsky on June 15, 2009
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I had been very happy with my previous Casio Exilim camera, so I thought that I would love this upgrade. Unfortunately, Casio has taken a few steps backwards with this camera. I would not recommend it.

1) The battery life is horrible. I haven't counted the number of photos or videos per charge, but it is very low. I took this camera to the Zoo and the battery was dead by the afternoon after maybe a 40 photos and a few short videos. My previous Casio camera would last for several days between charges.

2) To charge the battery, you must remove it from the camera and put it into a separate charger. Removing the battery is a little tricky for people with big fingers. My previous Casio could charge the battery without removing it.

3) The high-speed video is a neat gimmick, but it isn't practical in real life for two reasons. First, the resolution is drastically reduced. At the highest speed, the video is a very thin sliver that is so small, you can almost not see what is going on. Second, the high speed video is very grainy and requires a ton of light. There is no way that you can get a usable high-speed video indoors. It's just too dark.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Tipton on July 2, 2009
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If you are thinking about buying this camera, it's probably because of one major thing: the high speed burst/movie mode (an extremely cool feature that, at this time, isn't found on many cameras... and this one is definitely the smallest and most portable right now).

This functionality branches off into 3 very unique modes:

1) a fast 30 frame per second high speed burst shot that lets you keep all, some, or none of the shots you take while holding down the shutter button.
2) a slow motion button that literally slows down the image of your target on the LCD screen and allows you to snap the exact moment you want.
3) a high speed movie mode that lets you capture up to 1000 frames per second for super-slow motion movies.

These functions sold me, and were the main reason I wanted the camera. I have to say that they are slightly disappointing after working with them for a little over a month. All of the slow motion modes are completely unusable under even the slightest of low light conditions. Because of this, I can't use any of these modes indoors at all. Anything shot without the flash comes out as a dark, grainy mess. With regards to the high speed movies, this should really have been labeled as a 210 fps or maybe 420 fps movie mode, because 1000 fps is completely unwatchable. It shoots at an extremely low resolution and requires an immense amount of light to even show up.

Image quality for normal shots is slightly below average. Photos usually come out as very grainy and again require a lot of light. Flash photos come out decent. I seem to have much better luck from other cameras I've owned from Canon and Sony for any kind of indoor photography. The one area the ex-fs10 does seem to work well with is some still low-light photographs.
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