Casio EX-ZS10 overview
Casio EX-ZS10 is Casio's Ultracompact digital camera first released on January of 2011. It houses a 14 MegaPixel, CCD 1/2.3" size sensor with a peak resolution of 4320 x 3240.
The EX-ZS10 ranks at #100 out of 151 in Ultracompact cameras and all round #1090 out of 1436 for cameras in our collection. You can use our Advanced camera finder to find camera results based on your personalized requirements.
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Casio EX-ZS10 history
The Casio EX-ZS10 is part of a family of digital cameras. You can see the complete list below.
Casio EX-ZS10 Gallery
You can view the EX-ZS10 from various angles in the gallery underneath.
Casio EX-ZS10 Pros and Cons
Here is a list of positives and negatives of the Casio EX-ZS10 based on things that are often seen as important in a digital camera.
Casio EX-ZS10 Sensor information
The sensor size on the Casio EX-ZS10 is 6.17mm x 4.55mm (1/2.3"). The 28 mm² sensor has the ability to resolve 4320 x 3240 pixels .Last day to get your files as Canon Irisa shuts down
The CCD sensor boasts 14 megapixels and delivers a standard ISO range of 0 to 0. Sadly, RAW photos are not supported so the user has less margin for error.
The picture below displays the EX-ZS10's sensor size in comparison to other popular sizes. The EX-ZS10 sensor comes with a crop factor of 5.8 and is pointed out in green.Coronavirus is affecting the sensor business
To get an idea of various aspect ratios, you should refer to the graphic below.
Casio EX-ZS10 dimensions
Casio EX-ZS10 weighs 0.00 lbs ( gr / 0.00 ounces) and features outside size of 103mm x 59mm x 20mm (4.1" x 2.3" x 0.8"). The weight of general Ultracompact camera is 121 gr and the Casio EX-ZS10 is lighter compared to other rivals.Photographer fined '$200,000' for failing to deliver photos
Listed below is a visual of the Casio EX-ZS10 with a soft drink to help you have a sense of its size.
The top view directly below will show the button layout on the EX-ZS10.
Casio EX-ZS10 Lens information
The EX-ZS10 provides a fixed lens giving a fixed focal length of ()mm meaning that you don't have the option to zoom.
At it's widest ()mm, it will have an aperture of f and that is awesome in low light occasions and capturing good bokeh. It would also enable you to go with a much lower ISO to capture cleaner photos.
Casio EX-ZS10 Connectivity
The EX-ZS10 has the following connectivity:
Cameras that include NFC and Bluetooth compatibility can be used wirelessly by smartphones. You can copy files and sometimes adjust settings with no need to connect physically with the camera.
Some apps also enable a Liveview and press the shutter if you aren't near the camera. If the camera boasts a HDMI out, it can be connected to an external screen. A lot of cameras will allow you to recharge the battery using the USB port.
Casio EX-ZS10 Video information
The highest video resolution on the Casio EX-ZS10 is 1280 x 720 and it can save in Motion JPEG file format. 720p is awful by today's requirements. You really should target a minimum FUll HD resolution for video. The body doesn't include a mic and headphone socket so you have zero control over your sound. It is perhaps a better idea to have a look at a different camera in case you require better sound in your videos.
Casio EX-ZS10 Weather Sealing
There is no weather sealing for the Casio EX-ZS10 so you have to be cautious in rainy and dusty situations.
Casio EX-ZS10 Screen and Viewfinder
The Casio EX-ZS10 is equipped with a inch fixed screen with a resolution of 0 thousand dots.
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The View Finder details regarding Casio EX-ZS10 are as follows:
- ViewFinder None
Viewfinders can be pretty helpful in bright outdoor situations which can easily make the camera screen washed out and difficult to view.
Casio EX-ZS10 Shutter information
Casio EX-ZS10 Flash and Hot shoe information
Casio EX-ZS10 boasts just integrated flash lacking external flash ability.
Casio EX-ZS10 Autofocusing information
Casio EX-ZS10 boasts only Contrast Based AF and lacks Phase Detect AF. Phase Detection focusing is more faster & precise compared to Contrast Based focusing.
It also has Tracking AF for moving objects. Casio EX-ZS10 does not have manual focusing. Manual focusing ability can be good in low light or you want more precise control on depth of field.
Casio EX-ZS10 Battery life
The typical Ultracompact camera battery life is 214. Nikon L32 has the highest (320) battery life in this range of cameras.
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Casio EX-ZS10 for various categories of photography
The following diagram provides a analysis of the Casio EX-ZS10 for various categories of photography. To find out more, scroll to the specific paragraph below.
Portrait photography with Casio EX-ZS10
The Casio EX-ZS10 receives a score of 29 which is awful, and means the camera is not suitable to use for portrait photography. Photographing portrait photos leans greatly towards sensor dimension, RAW support and option to work with external lighting.
Casio EX-ZS10 Street photography highlights
Coming in at a reasonable points tally of 50, the Casio EX-ZS10 is fairly appropriate to use in street photography. A very good street photography camera provides a fine balance of picture quality and portability.
Casio EX-ZS10 as a Sports photography camera
A awful sports photography points tally of 33 indicates the Casio EX-ZS10 is not suitable for taking pictures of sports. A camera needs to have good autofocus and continuous shooting for sports photography.
Casio EX-ZS10 Travel photography highlights
Weight is really critical when choosing a camera for travel. All things considered, the Casio EX-ZS10 gets a nice 71 as a travel camera which is a very decent choice to buy for your travels.
Landscape photography with Casio EX-ZS10
In case you're looking to purchase a camera for landscape photos, the most significant aspect is going to be image quality. The Casio EX-ZS10 at it's awful score of 33 for a landscape camera is not suitable in the current market.
Vlogging with Casio EX-ZS10
A vlogging camera ought to posses a moving screen, microphone input and preferably image stabilization. Taking everything in to account, the Casio EX-ZS10 is not suitable for vlogging as it delivers a awful rating of 27.
Casio EX-ZS10 Alternatives
If you need alternatives to the EX-ZS10, below is a range of the top rated cameras which fall within the category of Ultracompact.
The diagram below provides you an overview of the EX-ZS10 compared to it's top ranked competitors listed above.
Following are several cameras you might see as alternatives. To read a comprehensive comparison, go to the "compare" link.