Casio Exilim EX-FH25
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Records video in 720p high definition. 20x optical zoom. 40fps burst image capture (9MP shots).
The Cons:Very short battery life. uses AAs. Not a very large update from the EX-FH20.
The Casio Exilim EX-FH25 is a superzoomer point and shoot digital camera released exclusively for Japan in November 2009 as one of two upgrades (EX-FC150, EX-FH25) from the EX-FC100. It features an upgraded backlit CMOS sensor that can capture images at 10MP, an upgraded 40fps burst mode with still capture at 9MP, and a powerful optical zoom of 20x.
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The fast Burst photography mode in fact makes the EX-FH25 even faster than a DSLR camera. Additional features include a 3.0” LCD viewscreen, sensor-shift image stabilization, and Face Recognition.
- Point and Shoot Digital Cam
- Backlit CMOS Sensor
- Upgraded Burst Mode
- Ultra-High Optical Zoom
- HD Still Capture
- 720p Video Capture
- High-Speed Video Capture
- Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization
- Face Recognition Technology
- Effective Pixels: 10.1MP
- Internal Memory: 85.9MB
- External Memory: SD/SDHC
- Still Capture: Up to 3648x2736 (10M)
- SD Movies: 640x480 (30fps)
- HD Movies: 1280x720 (30fps)
- HS (High-Speed) MOvies: 224x64 (1000fps)
- Optical Zoom: 20x
- Battery: AA Alkaline
- Videos: AVI, Motion JPEG-compliant, IMA-ADPCM (monoaural)
- Images: JPEG
User Reviews (5)
records video in 720p high definition
40fps burst image capture (9MP shots)
high speed video capture for smooth slow motion playback - up to 1000 fps (the faster the video shooting mode the lower the video resolution...)
optical image stabilization
super macro focus. up to 0.4 inches.
very short battery life. uses AAs.
not a very large update from the EX-FH20
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