Casio EXILIM Pro EX-FH20 Review

November 19, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 6 Comments | |

Casio EXILIM Pro EX-FH20The new Casio EXILIM Pro EX-FH20 compact camera is all about raw speed, offering a continuous shooting rate of up to 40fps, and movie recording at 1000fps. In direct comparison, most other cameras in its class can shoot at up to 3 fps for stills, and 30fps for video. Admittedly there’s a drop in quality to attain such fast shooting - from 9 to 7 megapixels for stills, and down to 224×56 pixel movies - but the bridge-style EX-FH20 still has a number of tempting features. In addition to the sensible 9 megapixel resolution, there’s a 20x, 26-520mm ultra-zoom lens, 3 inch LCD screen, 1cm macro mode and RAW file support. Is the Casio EX-FH20 the ultimate ultra-zoom camera? Gavin Stoker found out…

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#1 anna

Canon EOS 400D is also capaple of producing really good pics.

6:06 am - Thursday, November 20, 2008

#2 james

Nice sharing. We all love photography and lets share the passion in keeping our best memories!… if u more information and
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8:38 am - Thursday, November 20, 2008

#3 eaddy

Canon EOS 400D is also capaple of producing really good pics....

6:22 am - Friday, November 28, 2008

#4 pluto11

I'm courious about the Camera-Antishake in Movie-Mode. Have got such a Cam, and in my opinion the Optical Image Stabi is not working in HD/STD-movie mode.

11:43 am - Thursday, January 15, 2009

#5 Jd smith

I had done a lot of research on this camera and found that it had some of the best features. Most notabily the Slow Motion, which can shoot slow motion videos at 210 frames per second and also at 420fps and 1000fps. Also, the burst mode is amazing. It captures 30fps, all individual shots, that can be edited in the camera. It has been so amazing to capture slow motion images of my buddies surfing and skateboarding. The camera has a Best Shot setting, my favorate is the action shot. It locks on the person and stays in focus through the face and into the curl.

12:12 am - Saturday, January 17, 2009

#6 TKawalski

The way this camera catches "real sports" is amazing. Like say, hockey, or football. Even though, I'll admit I don't have the best seats, somehow the images and videos I take turn out looking like I'm a pro photographer, with amazing seats, neither of which is true - though I'm working on both, the EX-FH20 is doing a great job making me look good to my buddies...and that's what really counts.

8:28 pm - Monday, January 19, 2009