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EX-FH20, Molto Bene!

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06.02.2010

Advantages:
HD Filming, 1000fps Shooting

Disadvantages:
None !

Recommendable Yes:

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Picture Quality

Range & Quality of Features

Ease of Use

Durability

Value for Money

ReliabilityExcellent

SizeAverage

WeightLight

Overall Look & DesignExcellent

Instruction ManualExcellent

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I got this camera for Christmas, and i have to say that it's the best present i've ever had!

I'm an amateur photographer, and i needed an upgrade as my old camera was getting out dated and slow. So i looked around and i found the EX-FH20, it sort of looked like my old one, but i read the specifications and it was far more advanced. I did look around for more cameras with the same sort of qualities as this one, but they were all over £1000.

I have taken a few pictures with this camera, and my favourite is the slow motion shooting. I got a candle and filmed the flame, and i watched it back, and it looked beautiful. The quality was excellent.

Taking pictures is so easy, just click a button and you're there! Unlike most other digital cameras, where you take a picture and 5 seconds later it takes something!

Overall i think this is a fantastic little camera, it's a professional's dream, for amateur camera prices. It's a must buy for any amateur photographer, and any professional too!

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mumsymary 06.02.2010 13:10

needs more info

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Manufacturer's product description

With the Casio EX-FH20 you can capture an amazing 40 high resolution, 7 megapixels images in one second providing m...

Exposure & white balance

White Balance Bracketing Yes
Auto Exposure Bracketing 3 steps
Exposure Compensation ±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps

Dimensions & weight

Weight 483 g
Height 8.1 cm
Depth 8.5 cm

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This review of Casio Exilim EX-FH20 has been rated:

"helpful" by (67%):

  1. fallen_flame
  2. mumsymary

"somewhat helpful" by (33%):

  1. TheHairyGodmother

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