Summary: This camera is the industry anomaly! As of September 2014, the discontinued Casio Exilim EX-F1 still has better performance than Casio's newest high-speed engine 3 cameras. This camera also beats out all other competitors like the Nikon 1 series cameras among other brands. I have also purchased, used, and sold my Edgertronic camera, still preferring the Casio Exilim EX-F1. The Edgertronic's image quality being very disappointing for the price.
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.
Summary: Re: Empty's claim that the resolution is too low at full 1200 fps: Le duh, it'll be like another five years until that technology becomes feasible; that full six-MP photos might be captured at 1200 fps is a little much to ask of any camera anyone could make today. Meanwhile, the rest of the world is fully content to use the 300 fps movie mode as seen on YouTube or the unprecedented 60 fps burst mode which surpasses even the highest end pro cameras such as the Canon Eos...
it id nice camera at lower price and for beginners
17 June 2009
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: I owned the predecessor , not this camera, but the Casio EX-F1 looks like the hybrid camera of my dreams, *if only the viewfinder flipped out to face the front*. This looks like an excellent hybrid camera that will fit in the palm of the hand. Though the obsession with pixels that no one uses may never fade, 6M pixels is enough for large prints and should satisfy all non pros. (And some Pros for that matter. I have sold images from my Canon EOS 6.3MP .
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.
Summary: The key features in this camera are its overall versatility and its much touted high speed video. In fact, at the time of writing this article, this is the only consumer level digital camera that can do this (some HD video cameras, such as Samsung VP-HMX20C also have this feature, but with take length limitations). Mind you, the high speed video can only be done in limited resolution.