Like its predecessor, the Casio Exilim Card EX-S770 is tiny enough to slip in your pocket and doesn’t lack in features either. Boasting a 7.2-megapixel CCD, 3x optical zoom, and a large 2.8-inch LCD display for previewing all your shots. That’s not all, you can also record MPEG-4 (16:9 aspect ratio) video at 704 x 384 resolution. Plus, it comes with Data Transport software to convert email or web pages to JPEG format for viewing on the camera’s LCD display. Compare prices here. Here’s the bottom line:

Once you get past the cover of this book, the camera also takes good pictures, has great battery life, and a very bright LCD, even outside in the sun. If you’re looking for a stylish, ultra-compact/slim digital camera and you don’t need manual exposure modes, the S770 would be a good choice. While it may not be the cheapest ultra-slim camera, its good image quality, excellent battery life and the wide, bright LCD make it a good buy

[via DigitalCameraReview]

Like its predecessor, the Casio Exilim Card EX-S770 is tiny enough to slip in your pocket and doesn’t lack in features either. Boasting a 7.2-megapixel CCD, 3x optical zoom, and a large 2.8-inch LCD display for previewing all your shots. That’s not all, you can also record MPEG-4 (16:9 aspect ratio) video at 704 x 384 resolution. Plus, it comes with Data Transport software to convert email or web pages to JPEG format for viewing on the camera’s LCD display. Compare prices here. Here’s the bottom line:

Once you get past the cover of this book, the camera also takes good pictures, has great battery life, and a very bright LCD, even outside in the sun. If you’re looking for a stylish, ultra-compact/slim digital camera and you don’t need manual exposure modes, the S770 would be a good choice. While it may not be the cheapest ultra-slim camera, its good image quality, excellent battery life and the wide, bright LCD make it a good buy

[via DigitalCameraReview]