Summary: I bought this camera to record runners and play back in slow motion in order to correct form. It is fantastic for this purpose. The screen is large enough that I can play back instantly and let the athlete see and make corrections. My only complaint is the camera instuctions are very limited and I figured everything out by trial and error. It comes with an AV connector so I am able to connect it to the monitor in the gym and play back on a larger screen. Love it!
Summary: I crew on a number of dragrace cars and needed a high speed camera to video the car off the starting line. I shot my first video with it and when playing it back on the TV everyone was amazed at the quality. It will save my teams countless hours.
Summary: The pictures this camera takes are comparable to most other small point and shoot digital cameras in this price range. I also own a Sony and Canon Powershot. The Canon is my personal favorite for image quality, because I like the color balance the best. However that's not to say anything is wrong with this Casio.
Summary: Having owned two previous Casio Exilim cameras, I am quite familiar with the Exilim series and have been a real proponent of their work for years. This camera is no exception. Great optics, great firmware, and a mind blowing number of options. Pros: - 10.1 megapixel images look amazing - High speed videos are really neat - Face detection (in portrait mode) works really well - High speed still shooting has produced some amazing photos of my 7 month old!
Summary: this is the best camera i have bought. it takes exellent photos and amazing slow motion videos,( 1000fps is really cool but you need a lot of light. it is also kinda low resolution)and i love the exposure time in the photos AND videos. you can set it at a max of 1/40,000 !! really cool! i highly recomend this camera to any person that wants to expeirement with slow motion videos (and a very slim one, for that function itself.
Okay, but not as good as it predecessor (EX-FC100)
Socalh2oskier "Socalh2oskier", Amazon
19 July 2010
Summary: I "upgraded" to this camera because of reviews that raved about what a great camera this is, and how it supposedly "improves" upon the FC100 by taking 40 fps, instead of "only" 30 fps, and that it allegedly takes much better low-light shots. Unfortunately, this purchase was a mistake. The EX-FC150 is a nice camera, but the predecessor FC100 takes much better photos in all conditions, and especially in low light situations. Thus, I am quite disappointed.
Summary: I really wanted to love this camera. I wanted a fast, responsive camera that I could carry in my pocket, leaving my Pentax DSLR at home. This camera seemed as though it would do it. I kept it for about a week, playing with the still imager settings and the video. In the end I sent it back to Amazon. Here's why: The image quality was just okay, not great. I didn't expect it to equal my Pentax DSLR but I did want to print large images.
Summary: So I purchased the Ex-F150 with high hopes. And so far have been very pleased with the results. When push comes to shove, the fc150 is a point and shoot, so you cannot expect the quality to be the same as its mother camera the fc100 slr. I previously owned a Canon Powershot 750 7.1Mpxl camera, and I think that the casio takes better pictures with its many settings for lowlight, high speed and numerous other settings.
Very Nice Camera, depending on what you are looking for
H. Kotecha, Amazon
13 May 2010
Summary: I have had this camera for over three weeks now and would like to share my thoughts on it. Firstly, the main attraction for me in this Camera was the Slow Motion video mode. I must say that i am not disappointed on that front. Not only does it allow shooting at 240, 420 and 1000fps, but it also has a 120fps shooting mode at VGA(640 X 480) quality. That is very impressive.