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Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 Digital Camera with 12 MP CMOS Image Stabilized Sensor (Black)

by Casio

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  • 12MP Back-Illuminated CMOS Image Stabilized Sensor
  • 7x Optical Zoom expands to 14x with High-Speed SR Zoom
  • HDR-Art Imaging
  • Full HD 1080 Movie Recording with Stereo sound
  • 3" Super Clear LCDMonitor (460k Pixel)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Casio
  • Model: EX-ZR10
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 12 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CMOS
  • Optical zoom: 7 x
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 1.1 x 4 inches ; 6.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Item model number: EX-ZR10
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,003 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at January 5, 2011

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

CASIO's ZR10 gives you more features than you'd ever expect to find in such a small design. The ZR Series is our most capable compact series yet, powered by the advanced Exilim Engine HS. The ZR10 features a back-illuminated CMOS sensor with shift stabilization, a 28MM wide-angle lens and High-Speed CS Shooting. The ZR Series delivers brilliant results no other camera can touch.

  • 12.1 Megapixels
  • 7X Ultra-Wide Angle Zoom
  • 3.0 Super Clear LCD
  • 1080p HD Movie Record



Casio′s exclusive HDR-Art creates a totally new artistic approach to photography. By taking a burst of CS images, slightly adjusting the relative strength of contrast, and then combining them into one image, HDR-Art transforms everyday moments into jaw-dropping works of art.

High-Speed SR Zoom

High-Speed SR Zoom


High-Speed Super Resolution Zoom, enables clear multiple-magnification zoom without the need for an optical zoom. High-Speed CS technology instantly captures a burst of images, and then combination technology precisely analyzes and positions each frame to piece together a clear, detailed, final image.

High-Dynamic Range Technology

High-Dynamic Range Technology


HDR (High-Dynamic Range) combines information from a burst of multiple images and unites the most detailed portions of each image (taken at different exposures) for a beautiful, never-before-possible wide dynamic range.

Slide Panorama

Slide Panorama


Simply by panning the ZR100 across the scene with the shutter button pressed, the Slide Panorama feature makes it easy to take 360° panoramic images. And while the camera pans, moving objects and faces are recognized and the images adapted such that distortions and blurring are kept to a minimum.

Product Description

The Stylish and Slim Casio ZR10 12 Megapixel Back Side Illuminated CMOS Still and Video Camera with CMOS Shift Stabilization and HDR-Art

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Horace Mullin on March 13, 2011
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I bought this Casio camera because of its built in High Dynamic Range (HDR) capability. I wasn't disappointed. The HDR art feature was of less interest and once I tired it soon discounted it altogether.

Using simple auto mode the camera is quick and responsive. Using any other mode slows things up considerably while you wait for the camera to 'do' its thing for that particular mode. The results were ususlly worth the wait but waiting often meant you missed the next shot.

I returned the camera to Amazon, not because I was disappointed with it but because of its fiddly controls. At age 67 my fingers, already large, are less mobile and I found some of the buttons less than friendly. The on/off button is small and sometimes hard to find quickly. The mode buttons are larger but all buttons are flush mounted with the top of the case so less obvious where to put ones fingers especially in low lit places or at night.

Overall a fine camera with many desirable features. The pictures I did take were mostly very good it was just the controls that let you down. Also the zoom is too fast and often difficult to find the degree of zoom you want. Sometimes that meant I shot with a wider lens than needed simply because I couldn't stop it at the disired focal length.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Inaka on March 10, 2011
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I bought this camera and I had it for a week now. My friend from japan who told me this is popular in their country because of its features: HDR, HDR art, zoom etc.

Pros: The best feature for me on this camera is the HDR and HDR Art. It is soo cool and easy! I always use my DSLR to take 3 shots and edit those shots using Photomatix and obviously lots of work with this camera even without a stand it can take a nice HDR shot! Brilliant!

The HS continuos shutter is also awesome. I take a lot of picture of my 2 yo daughter and she moves a lot! It takes about 15 or so shots and you will not miss a moment that you want. This is probably good for action or sports shots.

Another best feature on this camera is the zoom, I compared my old Sony p&s and this one does excel better with the zoom.

Cons: The camera is not slim so for some it is a downer, it's not a big deal for me.

I have not fully tested the other feat of the camera - panoramic and video and i am not really a big fan of it but the video is not bad at all it does take a good quality 720p.

Overall I am satisfied as I take a lot of picture of my daughter and nature shots as well.

PS. I'm not a professional photographer but I love taking random shots of everything.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Pecfectionist on June 2, 2011
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I bought this camera based on that it was on second place on the Point & shoot digital camera Ratings according to Consumer Reports after the Canon PowerShot S95.
I am deciding on returning or not based on the following simple aspects:

I have a Canon HV20 camcorder that was consider the best consumer camcorder. I also have a Canon PowerShot SD870 IS digital camera which is a pretty good camera and my wife loves it but the LCD is broken. This camera has 4 1/2 stars base on 465 reviews on Amazon. I have watched the videos and photos on a Sony KDL-40XBR2 which was consider the best LCD TV.
I want a digital camera to replace both; which means it should take excellent pictures and high definition video in a compact size.

The Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 video quality:
Takes very good to excellent video outside in bright light.
Indoor video is good but it doesn't have the same quality as my Canon HV20. Specially on skin tones.
Low light video is not so good my Canon HV20 is superior in low light.

The Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 photo quality:
Side by side with my Canon PowerShot SD870 IS there is a clear winner and is my Canon SD870 IS. I mostly take pictures of my daughter and wife. Skin tones with flash are not accurate.

I dont want to go deeper in the review and just wanted to go as simple as possible. I am not a professional photographer but I am an enthusiastic one. I took a photography class and I was a Graphic designer. I like to do a lot of research on digital cameras and camcorders.

I have done a lot of research to find a compact digital camera with a balance quality between video and photo in bright and low light, but I haven't found any real candidate. The dilemma comes into one aspect: Sensor type.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James Ingraham on May 23, 2011
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This actually wasn't my first choice camera. I had ordered a camera, but the ship date kept slipping. Finally, I had to give up on it because I needed a new camera for a family trip to Disney World. I'm not at all disappointed at how it worked out. This is a small, sleek, good looking camera that's supports SDHC. (I don't have any SDXCs to try it with, but a 32GB Class 10 SDHC worked just fine.) Picture quality is good, provided that you are comparing it to other point-and-shoots, not DSLRs. The zoom is fantastic. One major reason I wanted a new camera was shutter lag; the time between when I press the button and when it actually takes a picture. The ZR-10 does well here. With no flash there's no noticeable lag. With the flash on there's a slight delay but no big deal. A worse problem is that when I frame a shot I really like the way the image looks, and then the flash takes the nice warm picture and illuminates everything in a harsh white. I prefer taking pictures without the flash when I can get a way with it, but as usual flashless pictures tend to be grainy. Movies are pretty good, although I can't figure out why they are saved in .MOV format, not that it really matters. There is no RAW mode. The camera has a NON-STANDARD USB connection, a sore point with me, and possibly my biggest complaint. It does not appear to charge over USB. You have to take the battery out and place it in an external charging stand to charge. Overall, I'm happy with it but not ecstatic.
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