Indefinite high-speed shooting on Casio compacts - help, please
I'm sorry to ask about Casio compacts with high-speed continuous shooting, as so many have before me, but I really can't find in dpreview's search exactly what I'm after to supplement my Panasonic G2, which offers around 2.5 fps indefinitely until told to stop.
I'm after a used model of yester-year with at least 4MB and 40fps until either the battery or memory card gives up. Other capabilities are of less importance, but a tripod bush and SDHC card type would be handy. OK to have to hold the button down all the while. If controllable by my wireless timer remote (Pixel TW-282 which works a treat with the G2), then that would be a bonus. For my purposes I don't expect to pay more than say £50, by the way.
I do not want a movie but separate full photographic images, written as individual best-quality JPGs.
Can anyone please guide me through the Casio (or perhaps other?) range(s) of a year or two back? Do any of the multitude of models fit the bill?
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