The Casio Exilim EX-FH100 can shoot up to 30 nine-million-pixel images at 40fps, has a wideangle-to-telephoto lens, a 35mm focal length equivalence of 24-240mm, a backlit CMOS sensor to help keep noise levels down, sensor-shifting image stabilisation and the capacity to shoot DNG raw files (at ISO 100 and 200)

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Using the Exilim EX-FH100’s high-speed continuous shooting mode is great fun and it enables users to capture images that would not normally be possible with a compact camera.

Chromatic aberration and distortion are well controlled, especially bearing in mind the wide focal-length span.

Most images captured at ISO 100 or 200 are suitable for making A3 prints, but some shots taken at higher sensitivity settings are best kept to A4 or smaller.


Output Size:3648x2736 pixels
ISO:ISO 100-3200
Metering System:Multi-pattern, centreweighted, spot, White balance: Auto, 6 presets, plus custom
Sensor:10.1 million effective pixels
LCD:3in LCD with 230,400 dots
Weight:181g (excluding battery and card)
Exposure Modes:Auto, manual, plus 25 scene presets (Best Shot mode)
Power:Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
Lens:24-240mm (equivalent) f/3.3-5.8
File Format:JPEG, simultaneous raw (DNG) and JPEG at ISO 100 and 200, Motion JPEG AVI
Focusing Modes:Spot AF, Multi AF, Free AF, Tracking AF, Manual Focus, Face-Detection AF
Memory Card:Secure Digital/SDHCC/EyeFi SD
White Balance:Auto, 6 presets, plus custom
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