|Casio High Speed EXILIM EX-FH20 Digital Camera 9.1MP Black Exc+|
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|The Casio EXILIM EX-FH20 is a high speed compact digital camera with an overwhelming burst rate of 40 fps at full resolution, which gives you 40 images to choose from on a single click. You can easily shoot ultra-slow-motion movies with this Casio 9.1 MP camera, which offers video capture at up to 1,000 fps. Moreover, with the variable 30-210fps you can toggle the movie recording speed between 30fps and 210fps. The Casio 9.1 MP camera is capable of recording beautiful 1280 x 720-pixel HD movies at 30 fps, which can be viewed on a big screen by connecting the compact digital camera to a full HD TV. Combining 20x optical zoom with a CMOS shift stabilization the Casio EXILIM EX-FH20 delivers blur free images even at maximum zoom. What’s more, this Casio 9.1 MP camera captures even before you click the button with the pre-record CS feature, which store up to 40 images in a buffer.|
|UPC||0079767624217, 4971850624219, 79767624217|
|Camera Type||Point & Shoot|
|Sensor Resolution||9.1 MP|
|Sensor Type||CCD, CMOS|
|Macro Focus Range||1-50cm|
|Focus Adjustment||Autofocus & Manual Focus, Automatic, Manual|
|Auto Focus type||TTL contrast detection|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||26 - 520mm|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/40000 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||30 sec|
|Exposure compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps|
|Exposure Metering||Center-Weighted, Multi-Segment, Spot|
|Exposure Modes||Aperture-Priority, Automatic, Manual, Program, Shutter-Priority|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 100, ISO 1600, ISO 200, ISO 400, ISO 800, ISO auto|
|Light Sensitivity Max||1600|
|Flash Type||Pop-up Flash|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||0.4 m - 7 m|
|Camera Flash Features||Auto Flash, Fill-in Flash, Flash Off, Red-eye Reduction Flash|
|Flash Modes||Auto Mode, Fill-in Mode, OFF mode, Red-eye Reduction, Slow Synchro|
|Memory / Storage|
|Integrated Memory size||31.9 MB|
|Supported Flash Memory||Built-in, MultiMediaCard, MultiMediaCardplus, SD Card, SD Memory Card, SDHC Card, SDHC Memory Card|
|Viewfinder Type||Digital, LCD|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.2"|
|Screen Details||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 3" - color|
|Microphone Type||Microphone - built-in - electret condenser - mono|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Mono|
|Connector Types||1 x DC power input, 1 x USB, 1 x composite video/audio output|
|Battery Form Factor||Standard form factor|
|Digital Video Format||AVI, MJPEG, Motion JPEG|
|Still Image Format||DCF 1.0, DPOF, EXIF 2.2, JPEG, RAW, Raw Image|
|Max Video Resolution||1280 x 720|
|Min Operating Temperature||0 °C|
|Max Operating Temperature||40 °C|
|Additional Features||Audio Recording, Auto Power Save, Automatic Face Tracking, Built-In Speaker, Cropping An Image, Date/Time Stamp, Histogram Display, Not Interchangeable Lenses, PictBridge Support, Red eye Fix, Sharpness Control, USB 2.0 Compatibility, With Tripod Mount, YouTube Capture Mode|
|Shooting Modes||Frame Movie Mode|
|White Balance||Auto, Daylight / Sunny (Preset), Manual, Overcast (Preset), Shade (Preset), Tungsten (Preset)|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||40 frames per second|
High-speed features work as promised; comfortable body design; lots of features for experimentation.
Occasionally annoying to use; mediocre photos for the money; eats batteries, storage.
Equal parts fun and frustrating, the Casio Exilim EX-FH20 is an adequate megazoom camera with a couple of truly novel features.
Average review score based on 27 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I bought this camera and received it a little while ago. First off I would like to state that I am an amatuer with this type of camera. SO if I state a problem that would appear to be an obvious common occurance then keep that in mind. So far the camera is great. I like all the features and have tried each feature that is available on it. The shutter speed is great and the high speed video is also good. The only thing I did not quite expect is that the high the video frame rate the lower the resolution and the darker the picture. Putting on a color filter does help a little for the brightness. But so far I am unable to film anything indoors in high speed without extremely bright lights. Indoors with just the average 100 watt lights show almost nothing at all in the picture at 1000 frames. The picture is so dark the only thing I have been able to capture at 1000 frames in regular indoor lighting is a lighter lighting. Because that emits light on its own yet it still is pretty dark. As for the still frames I am quite satisfied. There are many customization options. The zoom is also very good and very clear. I would give this overall a 3.5-4 stars. With the only bad part being the unexpected extremely dark high speed video. But seeing as how that is one of the most attractive features of this product 3.5-4 would be my total rating.
An excellent camera with some amazing features. Being my first DSLR, I was very impressed. The camera's high-speed function is incredible, especially at 210 fps, where the video quality is still good. At 420 fps and 1000 fps, the quality drops quite a lot, but its still fun to use. The 20x optical zoom isn't the best (meaning you have to get pretty close to your subject, particularly if you're filming birds) but its the best there is for a high-speed consumer camera. The digital zoom is not a feature you want to use with high-speed filming, as it lowers the quality further, but as long as you just use optical zoom, you should get a clear, zoomed-in shot. HD video is excellent, and the large screen on the back makes shooting easy. Photos are brilliant, and the super macro focus setting is very good. It eats up batteries, so I would use rechargeable AAs. As for memory, it certainly needs a HIGH SPEED SD CARD, (for high-speed movies) or else it will save videos very slowly and will drop in quality after about 20 seconds of filming. Overall, an amazing camera for shooting high-speed movies, with a fairly good zooom, great HD, and that takes awesome pictures.
I love the high speed feature and the ease of use. Many cool features and easy to use features. Another feature that is nice is the 40 shot. It takes 40 pics of before and after when you push the button. So you never miss the perfect moment. (you can delete what you don't want to keep or save as many as you like. I also like that it uses sd and sdhc cards of which i have several from previous digital cameras. Nice size view screen. I compared this camera to other cameras in a range from $350 to $1000. Great deal for price. Good zoom and feel/weight.
The only reasons I prefer this camera are as follows:
1. High speed video mode
(A COMPARABLE DEVICE SELLS FOR $5000 FOR JUST THAT PURPOSE!)
2. Runs on AA Batteries
(A good charger and batteries will last YEARS for CHEAP!)
Now. Understand that I use it mainly for troubleshooting mechanical apparatus much more often than I take photos. Never post anything to YouToob either, so that software may be cool, but I don't need it. And I need it to be read-to-go on "off the shelf" batteries when I need it.
(I carry it in my tool bag!!!)
And occasionally I use it to take photos too, after all, it does that pretty darn good. Does not have a shutter release and all the "pro" stuff, but seriously, it kicks butt for what I do with it.
I favor ANY device that uses standard batteries 10x more that the flagship (better) device that uses specialty packs, seriously there are three reasons for this if you cannot imagine them for yourself;
1: Every time you grab your camera- do you know if you charged it?
2: If it is DEAD, then you can buy batteries anywhere (try being a tourist with a special pack when in the middle of a tour! Where AA's are everywhere, but your charger is at the hotel!) and
3: I use LOTS of rechargeable batteries, so this is right up my alley- never going to be faced with trying to order a specialty pack after it goes obsolete. If no other reason, it will retain better resale value than devices with depleted batteries and no available outlet for them! (you know who you are!)
If you fix mechanical stuff - this is a handy tool!
(A stroboscope is harder to carry and costs more- and you do not get a "recording" of the problem to show the customer!)
-Now support the AA battery equipment & get a good charger : La Crosse BC700 for example is one of the best chargers, and that is key to getting rechargeable cells to perform properly. (eneloops outperform most alkaline cells, and last forever with a good charger!)
I really like this camera, the picture quality is excellent, and of course, the super slow mo feature gives you a ton of fun possibilities (not to mention you can use the camera not just to goof around, it might be helpful for serious people too haha)! If i had to change one thing, and it is really the ONLY one thing i find "wrong" with the camera is that is powered by 4 AA batteries, BUT, if you have rechargeables (or a cheap 48 pack from a store like i do), you are all set!!