Casio EX-FS10 Review

May 15, 2009 | Mark Goldstein |

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You might balk at paying £300 for a Casio, but the Exilim EX-FS10 is no ordinary camera. Casio's trumpeting its high-speed technology for all it's worth, but it's genuinely unique, often startlingly effective and definitely a great deal of fun. The digital-camera market's already saturated with hyped-up gadgets, but this one's different.
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About this time last year I reviewed the extraordinary Casio Exilim EX-F1, a £650 six-megapixel super-zoom camera with some astonishing party tricks, including the ability to shoot stills at 60 frames a second, video at 1,200 frames a second, as well as record 1080p HD video with stereo audio (although not all at the same time). The F1 was the first result of Casio's newly developed high-speed CMOS sensor and image processor, and naturally having spent a lot of time and money to produce such revolutionary technology the company has been keen to maximise the return on its R&D budget. The F1 was followed by the slightly less bananas but rather more affordable EX-FH20, as well as the sleek compact EX-FC100, both of which cost around £300, but retained some of the F1's ultra-fast performance. I guess three high-speed cameras wasn't enough though, because Casio has also introduced today's review camera, the Exilim EX-FS10.
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