Toshiba Camelio S10

Discussion in 'UK Photography' started by Morphix, May 30, 2010.

  1. Morphix

    Morphix Guest

    Hi all,

    Just wanted to do a quick post to rave about this little pocket Camcorder,
    the Toshiba Camileo S10 I bought recently. I absolutely love it!!!

    It takes stills and videos and the photo and video quality is incredibly
    good for such a tiny camera. It takes 5 megapixel stills and shoots HD video
    up to 1080p and also does super smooth 60 fps video.

    I'm mighty impressed with the photos in particular, macros come out very
    sharp down to 10cm and it also has a little lamp built in for night shots.
    Colours are very vibrant and realistic, check out my gallery if you want to
    see some sample shots I took http://gallery.amorphix.net

    OK so it's not a professional camera, but it's so small and light that it
    really is a "take anywhere" camera you can keep with you, and the photos
    are decent enough. I normally use a Canon Powershot and I'm quite fussy
    about photo quality but the Toshiba Camelio S10 delivers for me.

    Good points:

    - Shoots true HD video
    - Macro down to 10cm
    - Takes SD cards
    - Only 15mm thick
    - Large 2.5" LCD
    - LCD rotates 180 degrees
    - Weighs only 120g
    - Battery lasts ages

    Before anyone flames me, can I say I'm not trying to sell anything here,
    just wanted to recommend the camera to anyone else who's looking for
    something ultra-compact that shoots excellent videos AND photos in
    one device. This should be on your list! I think the model I have is a bit
    old now and newer versions are out (S20 and others), but the S10 can be
    picked up quite cheap on eBay (I paid £37 for mine on eBay!).

    That's all folks, hope this is useful to someone out there!

    Paul
     
    Morphix, May 30, 2010
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