Summary: The Casio Exilim EX-FH100's amazing high-speed shooting features make it unique among compact superzooms, but that's pretty much its only trick. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10, for example, costs about the same but has a better zoom, and is much better for shooting 720p movies.
Cons: Slow to save raw files; no autofocus or zoom in movie mode; average lens quality.
Excerpt: (1 items) Though the Casio EX-FH100 pocket megazoom camera ($350 as of June 1, 2010) offers slick, curvy looks to frame its 10X-optical-zoom lens (24mm to 240mm), the main attraction for shutterbugs is its unique high-speed shooting mode. It's also a good all-purpose camera, thanks to its image quality and long battery life.
Pros: Superb battery life, Sharp, well-exposed images, Raw shooting mode, High-speed shooting mode for stills and video
Cons: Takes time when saving raw and high-speed shots, Laggy autofocus, Noisy lens motors, Limited f-stop options in aperture priority
Excerpt: Casio’s new FH100 has a 24mm wideangle 10x optical zoom, 720p HD video and can even shoot lower resolution high-speed video at up to 1000 frames per second. But is it actually any good in use? The...
Excerpt: Although the Casio EX-FH100 pocket megazoom camera offers slick, curvy looks to frame its 10X-optical-zoom lens (24mm to 240mm), the main attraction for shutterbugs is its unique high-speed shooting mode.