CES 2008: Casio Exilim EX-Z80, EX-Z200, EX-Z100 and world's thinnest 10.1-megapixel camera, EX-S10

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Casio Exilim digital cameras are definitely Marmite products, with the division between lovers and haters almost as big as the HD format war. Actually, scratch that, nothing is ever that serious.

There’s three new additions to the Zoom range, with the EX-Z80 (pictured) featuring a 3x optical alongside 8.1-megapixels, then the EX-Z200 and EX-Z100 both containing 10.1-megapixels, wide-angle 28mm lens and 4x optical zoom. Both these babies will be available in March for $249 and $329 each.
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The feather in the Exilim cap however is the EX-S10 (pictured), part of their Card range. This is apparently the world’s thinnest 10-megapixel camera, and comes in a bunch of lush rich colours. Measuring 94.2mm wide x 54.6mm high x 15.0mm thin, it’s sporting a 3x optical zoom lens and 2.7″ LCD screen with 230,160 dot resolution.

More angles and the good ol’ hands-test after the jump.

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Katherine Hannaford