Great features but expensive and died after two years.
16 June 2015
Summary: It is a wonderful camera but now I think it is overpriced (I bought it at 350$) and after two years the electronics failed completely, now is just junk. It started by not recognizing the memory card, then the USB connection, then the display... now it is dead.
the 1000 fps @ 224x64 pixel format proved to be completely useless because of the image size and pixel count
Makes Things, Amazon
9 May 2015
Summary: I purchased the Casio Exlim EX-FH25 for an entry level camera into the world of low end of high speed video. It had a 20x optical zoom and slow motion frame rates of 425 and 1000 fps For any serious study of slow motion the 425 fps was minimal being enlargeable to only 100% before pixelation became...
Summary: Great camera for a beginner. Breattaking landscape shots. I get alot of use out of the high speed video especially when the subject is well lit. This camera takes the guess work out of getting your best shot. Has features that I miss on my DSLR.
Summary: I regret the purchase of this camera for still photos. This is not a camera for novices. Occasionally I get really nice shots, but more often they come out blurry and/or grainy. I bought it because it seemed to have some DSLR-like features and at the time was selling for less than the entry level...
Summary: It definitely took some time to get used to this one. I'm familiar with SLR cameras, but not ones with so many features like the high speed video and multi-shot. I bought this specifically because of the high speed video.