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Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 - Test shots: Detail and Lens Performance

By Gavin Stoker



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A more general selection of unadjusted test shots are revealed on this page and next to act as an evaluation of the Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 in a variety of shooting conditions.


A maximum 28mm equivalent wideangle shot taken with the Casio, any possible instance of barrel distortion well disguised by the natural setting. However we're noticing some quite alarming loss of definition towards the corners of the frame, most noticeably in the blurred branches of the trees top left and right.


And for comparison an image taken from the same spot at maximum 196mm equivalent telephoto setting. By contrast this image is fairly sharp all over. Nice natural colours from the Casio too.


Here we've zoomed in further courtesy of the Casio's extended zoom option, which runs on, if left unchecked, once the 7x optical option has been exhausted. We'd argue the distinctly soft and digital looking result is no better than the result from your average digital zoom, and in our opinion best avoided.


And here's an idea of the results achievable using the fun Casio's Slide Panorama BestShot mode, which promises the ability to shoot full 360°s. If you look at each edge of the frame you'll see it's possible to get the same subject appearing twice if you're not too careful.


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