it id nice camera at lower price and for beginners
17 July 2014
Summary: it id nice camera at lower price and for beginners. it is good at outdoor. but in indore and night results are not upto the mark. if you want use in indoor u need extra lights to get better results. here you can see result of camera in indoor condition https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Summary: I wanted a high speed camera to troubleshoot machine problems at work. After much research, I found this Casio EX-F1, seems to be the only pro-sumer high speed video camer available under $14,000. After more research, found that this camera came out in 2008 for $1000(haven't figured out why it sells for $2800 now)and they discontinued it in 2010. There wasn't much info available in using this in a factory environment, but I decided to spend the $2800 vs. $14000.
Summary: This camera is just plain fun. It may not be of the highest quality that some may like, but it sure is fun. I think most people can figure out how to work it with out a manual. I have seen a lot of reviews both good and bad. Overall I have had much fun using it and If your thinking of getting it for the high speed purpose of it, well then after a little experimenting, I'm sure you will have fun with it also.
Excerpt: A ton of fun and very impressive features, both picture and video wise for someone who started his professional career with a twin lens Rollei. And it has stood up well for a long time, no problems. Must admit I spent more time with the user manual for this camera than I have spent with any other user manual. Well worth it in the end.
Summary: this product was amazing in the first month but after that it rapidly declined in speed and imagery.I got this camera as a gift from my mum and i hate her wasting money but with this camera i feel that she has :(. i personally would not buy this camera and would go for an equally expensive better quality camera.
Excerpt: You do realize that you need more then 5 stop more light to film at 1,000 frames per second (1/2000th sec) then the normal 24 fps (1/50th second). Do you take photos of your cats in your living room at 1/2000th of a second?!
Excerpt: This is a very fun camera. The high speed 60fps and 300-1200fps movie modes are endlessly useful for wildlife photography, which is what I use it for. Problems: -iso above 400 has far too much noise -focusing can be a bit slow -need bright light for high speed movies -1080p movies can not be edited on my mac
Excerpt: I tried the F1 for a while and wasn´t impressed. This camera has too many flaws for serious use. IQ(stills): Even in RAW there is a noticeable lack of sharpness and crip. NR ist too heavy. JPEGs look too flat. 6MP is enough, however I expected more from the "big sensor". Even old Canon G-series was ways better than the F1. IQ(HD video/VGA): Nothing special, HD ist a waste of memory and causes some problems on my computer.