- Page 1Casio Exilim EX-S10
- Page 2 Casio Exilim EX-S10
- Page 3 Casio Exilim EX-S10
- Page 4 Features table
- Page 5 Test shots – ISO performance
- Page 6 Test shots – Detail and lens perfomance
- Page 7 Test shots – Exposure evaluation
”A range of test shots are shown over the next few pages. Here, the full size images at the minimum and maximum ISO settings have been reduced for bandwidth purposes to let you see the full image, and a series of crops taken from original full resolution images at a range of ISO settings have been included in order for you to gain an appreciation of the overall quality.”
This is a the full frame at the minimum ISO setting.
At ISO 50 the camera controls noise well, though the slow speed makes sharp images difficult to obtain in normal daylight.
Noise is still under control but some Jpeg artefacts are beginning to appear and fringing is evident around the clock face.
Noise is beginning to appear in the shadows and the fringing continues.
Noise is apparent but not too intrusive, though I wouldn’t like to use it at ISO 400 for important.
The image is still usable and at print size doesn’t appear to bad. At 100% the noise is very intrusive.
Casio is pushing the boundaries of acceptability at ISO 1600, but at least you could still take pictures in low light.
This is the full frame at the highest ISO setting.