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Casio Exilim EX-FH20 9.1 MP Digital Camera with 20x Optical Zoom and 3-Inch LCD (Black)

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  • Requires 4 AA Batteries (included)
  • 9.1-megapixel high-speed CMOS sensor; shoot up to 40fps
  • 20x optical zoom; High Speed Anti Shake with CMOS Shift Stabilization
  • 3.0-inch Super Clear LCD
  • High-speed movie capability; up to 1000 fps
  • 31.9 MB built-in memory; capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: EXILIM
  • Model: EX-FH20
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 9.1 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CMOS
  • Optical zoom: 20 x
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Product Details

User Manual [3.94mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 6.2 x 4.8 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001HCTKZQ
  • Item model number: EX-FH20
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,711 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer

With the Casio EX-FH20 you can capture an amazing 40 high resolution, 9.1-megapixel images in one second providing more images to choose from than a DSLR. Get close to the action with the 20 time optical zoom starting at 26mm wide-angle. A push of a button enables you to shoot high definition 720p video and switch to high speed slow motion video. You can capture in 30-210fps, 420fps, and 1,000fps. At 1,000fps you can catch movement that you cannot see with the naked eye.

Casio Exilim FH-20 Highlights

Casio Exilim EX-FH20 digital camera highlights
Select the continuous shutter speed of 1,3,5,10,15,30 or 40 images per second
High Speed Burst Mode
Up to 40 fps at full resolution
The EX-FH20 can shoot at an amazing 40 frames per second in High Speed Burst mode. This allows you to capture up to 40 images with a single press of the button. After the images have been taken you simply save one, two or all of the images to capture the perfect moment.

High Speed Movies
Video Capture at up to 1,000 fps
The 1,000 frame-per-second High Speed Movie capabilities of the EX-FH20 is the next evolution of digital imaging. This feature allows you to easily shoot ultra slow-motion movies at speeds that have until now been available only on professional level cameras. Imagine capturing dramatic moments that cannot be seen by the naked eye, making the invisible visible. Settings for 210fps, 420fps and variable 30-210fps are also included with the camera. While 30-210fps is selected, you can toggle the movie recording speed between 30fps and 210fps, giving you the versatility to match recording speed to the action.

High-Definition Movies
DVD-quality video
The EX-FH20 lets you shoot beautiful 1280 x 720-pixel HD movies at a rate of 30 frames per second. After your video is recorded you can view it by connecting your camera directly to a Full HD TV for big screen viewing. The EX-FH20 also comes with USB cables and software that allows you to view your HD films on your computer or to burn them to a DVD.

Flash Continuous Shooting
Continuous shutter even where lighting is dim
Flash Continuous Shooting lets you shoot up to 10 continuous shots at a speed of up to 5fps, so even in low light you won't miss the action.

20x Optical Zoom
Incredible zoom with digital stabilization
20x optical zoom combines with a CMOS shift stabilization for beautiful images even at high zoom factors where images are prone to blurring.

Casio Exilim EX-FH20 digital camera highlights


Face Detection
Put a better face on your images with automatic Face Detection technology. Our camera adjusts instantly for optimum focus and background even if your subject is backlit or in front of a patterned backdrop. Moving targets? No problem. The camera will capture kids and pets on the go in the sharpest detail.

Pre-Record CS
High-speed recording of action that occurs before you press the shutter button
The EX-FH20 allows you to capture the perfect moment even if you press the button too late. With the amazing pre-record function the camera begins taking pictures before you fully press the button giving you the ability to virtually travel back in time so that you never miss the action. This function works by storing up to 40 images in a buffer on the camera. When the button is pressed the images in the buffer are saved along with your newly recorded imagery.
Casio Exilim EX-FH20 digital camera highlights


Move in/Move out
Continuous shutter functions triggered by the action
Move Out CS automatically records what happened immediately before and after a subject moves out of a boundary on the monitor screen. This mode makes it easy to capture the perfect image of a bird taking flight.

Operation Highlights

  • Continuous Shutter image management: image grouping Images that were shot as part of a Continuous Shutter operation are grouped for display and easy management.
  • Continuous Shutter image management: group delete Images in a Continuous Shutter group can be deleted individually or the entire group can be deleted with a single operation.
  • Mode Dial for easy selection of still and video modes The Mode Dial can be used for quick and simple selection of one of the following modes: Flash, Continuous Shutter, High Speed Burst, core Single Shot, High Speed Movie, High-Definition Video.
  • Continuous Shutter image management: group playback Images in a group can be displayed individually, or you can play a slideshow of all the images in a group.
Casio FH20 highlights

Product Description

Casio Exilim EX-FH20 9.1 MP Digital Camera with 20x Optical Zoom and 3-Inch LCD- Black

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109 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Matzelle on October 26, 2008
I purchased this camera from Best Buy on Thursday, and have shot over 30GB worth of photos and videos with it in just 4 days.

The highlights: This camera has every shooting mode under the sun. It will shoot 9 megapixel stills, up to 7 megapixel stills at the incredibly fast rate of 40fps, HD 720p video, and slow motion video ranging from 30-1000fps. It also has a 20x zoom (although I find the zoom to be only slightly longer than my Canon S3 IS "12x zoom", but the wide angle is much wider).

The camera is very easy to setup and use, although I am still trying to figure out some of the more advanced features (like the ability for the camera to automatically take photos when an object enters the frame).

Image quality is pretty good, about the same as my Canon S3 IS. It does much deeper blues and reds than the Canon, and doesn't have as bad chromatic aberration, but it's greens are a little too blue for my taste, and the off-whites need some more yellow. Noise isn't as high as I expected, but do realize this is not a DSLR, it's a small lens and a small sensor.

Lighting seems to be key with this camera. In direct sunlight, it takes amazing photos and videos, but in low-light, the high speed videos begin to suffer. I haven't had any that I took under normal lighting conditions come out unusable, but a few that I took in a very dim office nearly are.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Mcintyre on April 21, 2009
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This thing is like a beefed up point-and-shoot. Don't expect the quality of a DSLR. If you do, you will be disappointed.

Pros:
Very nice HD quality (if you have good lighting).
Great outdoor photos.
Great high speed photos (if you have good lighting).

Cons:
Bad pictures in low light or indoors.
Bad video indoors.
Goes through batteries very very quickly.

One really frustrating thing is that you could have a really bright screen on the viewfinder, but when you go to take the picture, all the light just goes away. The picture gets really dark. My old casio (pocket point-and-shoot) used to have a best shot selection that corrected this, but I can't find it on this camera.

If you want to take pictures of you kid playing soccer, this is a great camera. Set the high speed and get all the action.

If you want to shoot in low light, or indoors, look for a DSLR.

If you do get this camera, get 8 rechargeable batteries so you always have four charged and ready.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By whitney fierce on January 19, 2009
Let me just start by saying, aside from the amazing array of features on this camera, it's tons of fun. The SLO-MO is my personal favorite, well, that and the burst mode. While it does have brilliant stills, the video is amazing to shoot with. I love the 30-210 fps mode because it shows the drastic difference between regular speed (which is brilliant already) to slow motion, which really seems like you're entering a wrinkle in time, seriously.

Yesterday I went to a gymnastics meet, and wow, did it blow my mind. Being able to look back and see the girls hurdling down toward the vault at normals speed (which sincerely looks like fast forwarding) and then click right over to 210 mid-shot for some mid air hang time. I can't even believe how gorgeous it is. I'm pretty sure I'm a cinematographer right now, and I won't stop!!

I am actually using this camera for work, as I'm working on marketing, and even while it's my job to hype it - I LOVE it just as a p&s camera and easy video, for my own personal use.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lost in Anaheim on May 4, 2009
I wanted this camera to take pics of my daughter's basketball games, but my Nikon could not capture the "action" shots I wanted. To be fair though, I did not have a lens fast enough to capture the pics I wanted, and I did not want to spend a $1000+ to get one.

I saw a camera similar to this reviewed in the NYT by David Pogue, and was very interested since from his video demo it seemed like I could finally capture the pics that I wanted. After much research, and indecision I finally decided to bite the bullet. I received it Friday, I took it to my daughter's practice this weekend, and WOW, I have pictures that I could never have taken before. I can capture the shot of when the ball is just leaving my daughter's hand for a lay up, and she, the ball, and the basket are all in perfect focus caught just at that fraction of the second like you see in magazines. The 40 fps is amazing, and when you review the pics, it looks like those flip books that they use to sell at Disneyland. I like to take pics, but I am not the best photographer, with 40 (or 30,15, 10 whatever you want to set the fps at)even I can capture the shot I want.

The pics are sharp not DSLR sharp, but pretty darn good! Previously when I use to take pics, I would get blurred images, but now, I can see everything, its like that fraction of second captured.

The down side of this camera is that it can take a few seconds to write those 40 pictures to your card, and theoretically I could miss that next picture while waiting, but I have so many other pictures now that I CAN use, it doesn't matter as much as I thought it might.

The high speed video, and slow mo work as promised, and are a lot of fun. I haven't played a lot with it since I am more interested in the still side of the camera.
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