Casio Exilim EX-FH100 review
Its strength is the 24mm (wide) HS video at 1000fps or down to 240 fps. Does
an excellent job of capturing sports in bright/good light conditions. Slow motion
has NO Blur at all.
Stay at ISO 400 or below if you don't want too much smearing, and stay away
from the low light shots, however, a noise reduction software will help save some
shots if you keep the pictures small or just want to view them on your PC or digital
Aperture selection is limited to 2 settings, fully open or fully stopped down.
The Best Shot mode takes the guess work out if you want to flip thru the 20 or so
choices...it does work and produce a discernible difference over AUTO mode.
RAW, don't think so, as it takes more than 10 seconds to write to the card.
Its a pretty decent camera, I'm enjoying the ease of use, however, my G11 takes
better still pictures, but then again the G11 is bigger, takes a bit more skill to use,
and has a lot of buttons that may confuse many newbies and doesn't have the HS
Oh I should mention, one cannot change the FL after you start recording!
Overall, very happy with the camera, but then again, I got it primarily to get
24mm HS video in a small package. Works well at photographing golf swings!
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