It's like an SLR but faster. It's a like a compact but smarter. It's like a movie camera but (slightly) smaller. In fact, Casio's EX-F1 is like nothing else out there. If high-speed sport or social photography and stunning slow-mo movies are your thing, there's nothing to beat it. But for anyone into more sedate snapping, there are better bargains to be had
The high-speed Casio Exilim EX-FH100 is a compelling compact megazoom camera for those constantly worried about missing a snapshot.
If it weren't for the poor LCD, the Exilim EX-Z1050 would be a pretty good camera.
An attractive, pocketable shooter, the Casio Exilim EX-S770 nevertheless has its share of quirks.
As long as you and your subject aren't in a hurry, the Casio Exilim is a respectable budget-priced ultracompact.
A nifty ultracompact undermined by poor photo quality, the Casio Exilim EX-Z60 isn't your best choice.
This camera will make a great companion for snapshot photographers who like to travel light but don't want to make large prints.
The Casio Exilim EX-Z700 is a solid ultracompact camera, but there are better choices out there.
It's small, cheap, and fast, but this 7-megapixel shooter is hindered by a couple of irritating flaws.
Though it's a stylish, easy-to-use ultracompact with good movie-capture capabilities, mediocre photos limit the Casio Exilim EX-S600's appeal.
Although the image quality and performance of the stylish and ultracompact Casio Exilim EX-Z600 are decent for a snapshooter, watch out for image noise at high ISO settings--it quickly and easily gets out of control, turning pictures into mush.
The Casio Exilim EX-Z77 has some neat features and feels responsive, but its poor photos simply can't be overlooked.