The new Exilim doesn't have image stabilization, but it does have motion sensors. It uses them for its Auto Shutter function, which determines not only when faces are smiling but also when camera shake is at a minimum. Only then will it take the picture. (This mode also works for automated self-portraits.) Casio's included Data Transport software lets you convert computer files from programs such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint into JPEGs, then transfer them to the camera. (Suggested conversion: travel guidebooks.) A cool stainless-steel, the EX-S10 can be had in red, blue, silver, and black finishes.