Alongside the EX-F1, Casio has confirmed four further new models.

Alongside the EX-F1, Casio has confirmed four further new models.

The EX-S10 is dubbed as the world?s smallest and thinnest 10MP compact* and boasts a 2.7-inch wide and bright LCD alongside a 3x optical zoom lens. The stainless steel body of the camera measures just 15mm thick (and 13.8mm at its thinnest part) and comes in a choice of four colours.

A new Auto Shutter function features, which uses motion blur detection technology to take a picture when hand shake or subject movement ceases, while a YouTube capture mode records videos at the appropriate settings for uploading to the video-sharing site.

The EX-Z80, meanwhile, sports an 8MP sensor and a 3x optical zoom lens, and features Casio?s Exilim 2.0 processing engine. A 2.6in wide LCD screen sits on the rear, while an ISO range stretching to ISO1600 and Face Detection also feature among its specifications.

Two further models each combine a 4x optical zoom lens along with 28mm equivalent wideangle lenses. Both models feature a 10.1MP CCD-based sensor and a 2.7in wide LCD screen, with the same Auto Shutter function as the EX-S10 also making an appearance on each model. Additionally, the EX-Z200 uses CCD-based image stabilisation along with Casio?s Anti-shake DSP to help reduce image blur.

All models will be available within the next few months, though pricing is yet to be announced. For further information visit

*As at January 6, 2008, for 10-megapixel class digital cameras. Based on Casio survey.