Summary: Have had the camera a while. Lots of features and settings but they can be the downfall of what could have been great photos or video. Very hard to find info in one place that explains the features and setting. Them manual is far too basic for educating what the camera's settings do. Did I mention the settings? If you are doing video the battery life is absolutely too short. That is also a big negative, poor battery life. Because the battery is quite thin.
Summary: I love having this cam with me for doing slo-motion. Everything else about this camera is sub-par, but I don't care. I bought it to do slo-mo, and it does it great. If you have kids, play sports, or anything else that moves fast, you will have a great time with this. As soon as someone makes a cheap, pocket, slo-mo with higher resolution, I'll have this one with me. But when that day comes, I jump ship.
Summary: The "Casio Exilim EX-FS10 9MP" is a great camera, it has a fast start up, takes great pics, and high speed video, its slim, compact and the only thing negative I have to say is the battery life, having an extra battery would help,I like to review my pics and show them off to friends but it drains the battery.
Summary: This cam is great, best priced high speed cam on the market.. its not pro style, but it does capture stunning Hd and great high speed shoots for it size and price. Its low light could be better, But its the high speed shooting that makes this camera really worth it.. And as with any high speed photography, You just need more light. The camera is taking more pics faster, so you need more light. simple as can be. Its also soooo small, and durable.
Summary: I bought this camera in December of 2010 for about $90, and for that price there is no competition. I use it almost exclusively for taking slow motion videos of my golf swing, at for that there is no alternative. Casio is the only manufacturer that makes affordable slow motion digital cameras, and this is their least expensive.
Summary: This is a really brilliant little camera. I bought one last year and broke it (my own fault) and I liked it so much, I bought another identical one to replace it. Which I wouldn't normally do, but with 720p HD video, and 410fps slow motion (up to 1000fps) I made an exception. Regardless of the extra features, it also functions well as a normal camera, I'm very pleased and for the price, this really is a brilliant buy, recommend to anyone.
Summary: I bought this in 2010 and I could not be happier with it. The photos are fantastic - no one can believe I get photos this great from an inexpensive camera. The only draw back I can see is battery life. I recommend always having several charged batteries with you.