The 2.5 LCD screen has pretty standard controls, including the round navigation pad. Click down on this pad to get to the flash controls. Select the Set button to get into the menu options and the Control Panel. To the right of the LCD screen are a bunch of buttons that provide you access to ISO speed, white balance, exposure compensation, etc.
The camera has standard features and controls, which are clearly labeled. Since the Casio EX-FS10 is only a basic digital camera, the controls reflect that. The Slow and 3-D buttons are located above the LCD screen. The Slow button is something that you’ll probably want to get familiar with. This setting pre-records images at eight different speeds. You decide which one will work best for you and click the shutter button. This is great for situations that require a fast shutter speed.
You do something similar to this with the Continuous Shutter mode, where you can take up to 30 shots per second at the lower 6 megapixels. Another great feature for fast-paced situations is the Prerecord CS; this will record up to 25 frames.
To speed up the action, look to the Lag correction function. It will pre-record images when you have the shutter pressed half-way down. The camera will save images that happened right before you pressed the button.
The camera also comes with a dedicated movie button. You can record movies in either High Definition or Standard Definition. There are a couple of problems with the movie recording feature. It records in AVI, which can fill up your memory card quickly, and it only comes with 10 minutes of recording time.