Good image quality, plenty of features, useful high speed still shooting.
Incredibly fast burst modes, Clever Premium Auto, Great macro at 2cm, Effective HDR mode, Super-fast video, Full HD video.
Oversharp images at default, high speed video mode of little practical use at such a low resolution.
Menu systems are confusing, Noise at low ISOs.
By Computeractive on June 15, 2011
A few weeks back we reviewed the Casio Exilim EX-ZR10, an interesting compact camera that combines decent pictures with high-definition video recording, as well as a special slow-motion video recording mode.> See more Cameras...-
By LetsGoDigital on June 04, 2011
During last year’s Photokina, Casio introduced a new Exilim High Speed digital camera. The advanced, super fast Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 is ideal for artistic photography. The 12.1 megapixel Casio EX-ZR10 is equipped with the new Exilim Engine HS...-
By Digital Camera Buyer on April 02, 2011
Be prepared to change your expectations of what a compact can do. Super-fast shooting and HDR with ease married to user-friendly modes and a slender body Overall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews, previews, features and tecniques....80
By What Digital Camera on March 02, 2011
High-speed shooting has been something of an obsession for Casio, having introduced the technology in its EX-F1 bridge camera before gracing many of its other Exilim models with variants of the technology. The torch has now been passed to the EX-ZR10,...90
By Pocket-lint on March 02, 2011
Though it may miss out the GPS facility of its EX-H20G big brother, Casio has packed a lot into the EX-XR10, with features of genuine use greater in number than obvious gimmicks. Shame about softening detail at the corners of widest-angle shots, but...80
By Trusted Reviews on February 17, 2011
"More features than you'd expect to find on a pocket camera". That's the pitch for the subject of today's review, the Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 point and shoot. At first inspection it might well have the specs to support this claim, with a 7x...80
By PhotographyBLOG on February 11, 2011
Whilst lacking the GPS facility of the Exilim EX-H20G to make it a fully rounded travel zoom, the EX-ZR10 makes up for it by being quick off the mark and featuring a more sophisticated and simply less quirky body design. While outwardly looking the...80
By CNET UK on February 02, 2011
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...80
By ePHOTOzine on December 14, 2010
On the face of it, the ZR10 is just another reasonably well specified compact camera in a pocket-friendly form. When out and about shooting, it will deliver shots that will keep most people happy. There’s no real manual control, this is more...90
By Bild & Ljud Hemma on December 29, 2011
Om lång zoom inte står överst på önskelistan så kan Casios vara ett intressant alternativ. Det är en snabb kamera med många typer av intressanta seriebildsekvenser och även slowmotion-filmning. Hanteringen...83