A "BS" button on the rear of the camera activates the best shot mode. The camera features 38 best shot modes including sports, which utilizes high shutter speeds and fast apertures, a flower mode which activates the camera's macro mode and increases saturation levels, and anti-shake, which minimizes camera shake in low light conditions. Unlike optic- or sensor-shift image stabilization technologies found in competing models, the Exilim's anti-shake mode is an ISO Booster, bumps up ISO sensitivity and uses wide apertures with fast shutter speeds resulting in a less camera-induced blur, though with the added noise and lower resolution inherent in cranking up the sensitivity. Like other Exilim models, the EX-Z1050 offers an eBay best shot mode, which downsizes image resolution to 2-megapixels. This feature is handy if you don't want to navigate through menus to change the image resolution, but is still a weird selling point with a 10-megapixel camera.