Review: Casio Exilim EX-S77079767622343CasioEX-S770Picture yourself riding along the narrow, ancient streets of Florence, Italy on your red Aprilia scooter. You pass Florence's most famous landmark, The Duomo Cathedral, and realize that it's not supposed to be in your route to the Galleria dell' Accademia. So, being the savvy traveler that you are, you pull out your 7.2MP Casio Exilim EX-S770 (street $250) to look at the street maps. You can do this because the EX-S770 allows you to place data files and web pages into the camera, which converts them to JPEG files for viewing -- in essence, creating a "poor man's G.P.S." Sure this may be a novelty in the point-and-shoot camera world overrun with novelty features, but like many of the other features in this camera, it's actually quite useful. The Exilim has a glossy, liquid finish with chrome intertwined. When you press the power button, the 38-114mm f/2.7- 5.2 3X optical zoom lens (35mm equivalent) telescopes outward, showing a mix of brushed and polished chrome with beveled edges. The camera's rounded corners add to the elegance and the 2.8-inch LCD screen (230,400 pixels) finishes off the state-of-the-art appearance of this camera. The controls, although on the small side, feel precise when pressed, adding to the overall solid feel the camera has in your hands. Like the other cameras in Casio's "Slim" line, the EX-S770 falls into the "Ultra Compact" size range and is only 0.7" thick by 3.7" wide by 2.4" tall.