The Casio Exilim EX-Z19 is extremely tweakable for such an affordable camera, but remains underwhelming in terms of specs and features. Still, the build quality, ease of use and decent images make it a solid bargain
What this ultracompact 2-megapixel camera lacks in substance, it makes up for in style.
A budget ultracompact worth buying, the Casio Exilim EX-S5's only real issue is shutter lag.
Though hardly perfect, the Casio Exilim EX-Z1200 produces some very nice, very large pictures.
Equal parts fun and frustrating, the Casio Exilim EX-FH20 is an adequate megazoom camera with a couple of truly novel features.
Soft pictures and few improvements mean you should give this marginally upgraded Casio Exilim EX-S770 digital camera a pass.
You can look at the Casio Exilim EX-Z300 in one of two ways -- a dazzling blend of photography and technology, or an average camera jazzed up with gadgets. It looks smart, it's fairly easy to use and the pictures are okay. Beyond that, you'll have to work out for yourself which side of the fence you sit on
It's hard to fault the Casio Exilim EX-Z200 on features and usability, with optical image stabilisation, a wide-angle lens and myriad features adding to Casio's signature build quality and friendly interface. Pictures aren't perfect, but we still think this is one of the best compacts out there
Technology and photography can go together, but you need to know which it is you're paying for. Gadget fans will love the Casio Exilim EX-S12's techno-trickery, but photo fans might be willing to swap it all for a better lens. You can have plenty of fun with this camera, but you could get the same picture quality for half the price
The Casio Exilim Pro EX-FH20 is no gimmick: it stands on its own 20x zoom as a decent superzoom, even before you consider the enormous fun to be had with the dizzying 40fps still and 1,000fps video modes
The Casio Exilim EX-Z2000 isn't quite as impressive as it looks on paper. The 'premium auto' mode might do some good (it's not easy to tell), but it also slows the camera down, and the 720p movie mode is pretty limited without use of the autofocus and zoom. The picture quality isn't bad, but it's compromised by heavy noise reduction. In the end, the low price is actually about right
Casio's right to keep pushing its High-Speed Continuous Shutter technology, because it offers something new and unique in the camera world. The Exilim EX-FC100, though, lacks the pocketability of the Exilim EX-FS10 or the zoom range and speed of the Exilim Pro EX-FH20, and it could really do with a wideangle zoom to remain competitive with more conventional rivals
The Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 compact camera is expensive but well-endowed in the features department. It will probably appeal to users who want to do more than just point and shoot.
What do you look for in a camera? Features? Picture quality? Technical innovation? Value for money? Style and design? The Casio Exilim EX-Z1 might have something to offer in the last respect, but, apart from that, it's a desperately ordinary camera at a rather inflated price
The Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z1080 is an excellent compact, despite the glaring absence of optical stabilisation. Just about everything on the camera is tweakable in a user-friendly way, meaning it's capable of strong images in most circumstances
£90 really is very little to pay for such impressive specs. If you're willing to overlook some shortcomings, the Casio EX-ZS10 is a great carry-anywhere snapper for less demanding users.
The Casio Exilim EX-S10 nearly fooled us with its size zero proportions and light feature set. But as soon as we saw the giant screen, we suspected there was more than met the eye with this 10-megapixel point-and-shoot. Its available features are flexible enough to get around some image quality concerns, while the video record button will keep the YouTubers happy