Summary: good optics, eats batteries, takes fast action so does what it says. I had a problem with high end batteries leaking into the battery well, could be a trickle charge effect. I keep batteries separate now. A pain.
CASIO make another camera with these high speed capabilities
2 June 2014
Summary: This camera has been fantastic to me for half a decade now, never failing or faltering. It does tend to drink up the batteries, but the value of this camera is enormous. High speed shooting with this camera is amazing, Casio, you beautiful bastards, please make more, affordable, excellent high speed...
Summary: This is a fantastic camera. Not only does it do general photography really well, the reach of the lens is huge, ranging from a very wide angle to a usable 520mm. It really comes into it's own when using the burst facility, enabling you to capture images that happened up to 3/4 of a second BEFORE you...
Summary: This camera takes amazing pictures LIGHT pictures. Do NOT purchase this camera if your doing videos. Why? Only because you can't even pick up audio! There is not even a audio jack to hook a microphone in. This camera sucks at pictures inside a household. Anything else-- Great.
Summary: This camera takes great pictures and is fabulous for video, especially sports video. I've had mine for over a year now, long enough for the purchase warranty to expire, and the lens view finder turned black as I was taking taking pictures.
Summary: This camera is amazing. So is the EX-F1 and the EX-FH25 so why do I say Casio needs a clue? Because all three cameras have been discontinued with no replacements anounced. They do not appear to even have any replacement models in the works. This is a shame.