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Casio Exilim EX-FH100


$350.00 Released March, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:10x optical zoom. Backlit CMOS sensor for enhanced low-light performance. Can record video in 720p high definition with stereo audio.

The Cons:Not up to snuff - takes overly noisy images. No viewfinder. Extremely slow RAW performance - takes up to 15 seconds to take a photo.

The Casio EXILM EX-FH100 is a high speed digital camera that has powerful features and is designed for professional and amateur photographers alike. The 10.1 megapixel camera has a 24mm wide-angle lens and an advanced 10X optical zoom that's rarely found in most standard digital cameras.

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Casio made sure to include helpful features for amateur photographers as it has a mode dial that enables manual exposure burst shooting and a mode that makes high speed burst shooting a lot easier. Since it has a highly sensitive CMOS sensor, the camera can get low-noise, high-quality photography in extremely dark environments. Along with shooting photos, the Casio EXILM EX-FH100 can also capture video at 1,000 frames per second.

Features

  • 10.1 megapixel camera
  • 24mm wide-angle lens
  • 10X optical zoom
  • Capture video at 1,000 fps
  • Mode dial that enables manual exposure burst shooting
  • Highly sensitive CMOS sensor

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    10x optical zoom

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    backlit CMOS sensor for enhanced low-light performance

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    can record video in 720p high definition with stereo audio

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    capable of recording in RAW format

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    capable of recording video in super high speed (up to 1,000 fps) - with progressively reduced resolutions

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    HDMI port for direct playback of video and images on a compatible TV or display

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    excellent build quality

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    compact and thin

Cons
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    not up to snuff - takes overly noisy images

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    no viewfinder

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    extremely slow RAW performance - takes up to 15 seconds to take a photo

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