Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1

Using the still image burst mode, users can shoot at an ultra fast 60 frames per second. In burst mode, the frame rate can also be varied from between 1 and 60 frames per second while shooting. Up to 60 shots can be taken at once, so 60 shots per second for one second, or 5 shots per second for 12 seconds, are possible.

Don’t miss that crucial moment, Prerecord Still Images, using ultra-high speed burst function
Users can record images not just at the instant they press the shutter button, but before! Continuously recording at up to 60 images per second, a maximum of 60 images can be saved in the camera’s own buffer memory even before the shutter button is depressed. Even if users press the shutter a little late, they will still be able to catch that vital moment.

Slow Motion View function lets users view and capture that critical moment in slow motion during still photography
Users can take photographs while, in the monitor, the momentary action that is before their eyes is displayed in slow motion. It is just as if they have slowed down the passing of time. Users can unhurriedly observe the motion of the subject as they press the shutter, ensuring that they never miss that crucial moment.

Rapid Flash function allows continuous shooting even in low light
It is possible while using flash to take up to 20 continuous shots at a speed of up to 7 frames per second, so even in low light, no more missed shots. Also, the internal LED light allows high speed burst shooting at between 10 and 60 frames per second.

High speed movie recording at up to 1,200 fps
The EXILIM Pro EX-F1 can record high speed movie footage of motion too fast for the human eye, for ultra slow motion playback. Users can select a recording speed of 300 fps, 600 fps or 1,200 fps. There is also a Movie Button that lets users quickly start movie recording without first switching from still image mode.

Full High-Definition movies
The camera features Full High-Definition movie recording capability. Users can record beautiful movies at a screen size of 1920×1080 pixels, at a rate of 60 fields per second. The camera can be connected to an HD compatible television with a separately available HDMI cable to enjoy viewing movies.

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8 Responses to “Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1”

  1. ecstaticist says:

    Bought it. Love it.

  2. jonathan says:

    where is this manufactured? Is it made in Japan? What is standard warranty?

  3. kospan says:

    Hello! I’ve recently bought an ex-f1 and I am having a great time exploring its capabilities. It has never been so easy to capture a lightning strike before! The camera is made in Japan and the warranty is good for up to 2 years.

  4. Shyam says:

    When a record a movie using EX_F, i am having problem converting it from a dumb .MOV file to a usable DVD using the “Total Media Extreme” software from ArcSoft came with the camera. Every time I try to use this program and start DVD conversion an error message shows up and the program stops.

    Basically, the videos I recorded with the camera are useless. Any suggestions or software I should buy to convert the MOV files to DVD that can be played in a standard DVD player.

  5. Stuart says:

    I purchased the Casio EX F1 camera to view my golf swing in slow motion. Can anyone give me simple instructions on which settings to use & how to perform the recording by myself off of my tripod. Also, how to play it back frame by frame. Seems complicated to me! Any help is appreciated!

  6. Stuart says:

    Could I get your help on how to record & playback my golf swing in slow motion on the Casio EX F1? Thanks! Stuart

  7. Blow says:

    Yes the only real problem with this camera is that Casio chose to have it render ultra lame MOV files instead of having an avi or mpeg option.

  8. Wiley says:

    I purchased this camera specifically because it does shoot in h.264 Quicktime .mov’s. Your mileage may very.

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