Summary: This is NOT an imported camera from Japan, it is made in CHINA. I paid extra money because it said it was imported from Japan... nop... it is made in China. I like it a lot and I am learning how to get the best of it, BUT I rather buy things NOT MADE IN CHINA.
Summary: I bought this for the high speed camera, which was pretty good. But the image sizes at higher speeds are small, which makes using them (for golf swing analysis) kind of difficult. Then the iPhone 6+ came out with a 240 fps HD camera. I had to return the Casio - it really got obsoleted (sp?
Summary: There is no option to set-up and change the camera menu language to English. Two stars because this camera is useless unless you can read Japanese. I called Casio customer service thinking I just wasn't doing something correctly when trying to set up the camera for the first time.
Great Camera, Especially for the Price! Lots of Features to Learn, Though
Gary Stowell "NEK SNPR", Amazon
17 January 2015
Summary: This camera is jam packed with features and well worth the time to learn most of them. Originally bought the camera for its high speed photography feature but have since explored most of the other features. Quality of still photos is amazingly good. Especially like the built-in HDR image processing.
I do like it. The pictures are high quality and performance ...
Leonard Trejo, Amazon
10 January 2015
Summary: Had the camera a few weeks. I do like it. The pictures are high quality and performance is good under many conditions. Well built and sturdy. Auto focus is fast and pretty accurate. Default white balance seems a tad warm but need to confirm this with more conditions.
Summary: I love this camera!! I thought at first I was going to have to send it back because everything is in Chinese. I downloaded the english manual and finally figured out how to get it out of Chinese. I have owned several camera's over the years and this one is my favorite by far.
Summary: High speed video capabilities are EXCELLENT. I managed to diagnose the problem I was having with my framerates. Turns out I just needed to enable vsync. Since I was rendering at 100 FPS and my monitor was running at 60, I was getting a variable offset between the time an image was rendered and when...