Casio Exilim EX-FS10 High Speed digital camera (30 frames per second stills, 1,000 frames per second movies). £149.97 at Currys (was £279.99) - HotUKDeals
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A bit of a specialist one this but at the reduced price may be worth it to play with the high speed facilities.

Price suggests it's on run out but stock showing on line and they had it in my local store too (Solihull). The on line blurb:

"You'll never miss a thing with the stylish Casio Exilim EX-FS10 High Speed Grey Compact Digital Camera, thanks to its ability to shoot 1000 fps high speed movies and stills photos at up to 30 fps!

The lightning-fast 9.1mp Exilim EX-FS10 packs plenty of technology into its slender, 16.3mm thick body. Highlights include 720p High Definition video recording (30 fps), Face Detection technology, YouTube Capture Mode (producing videos which are perfectly formatted for easy uploading to the famous YouTube website), and 21 BESTSHOT scene modes - which help you to extract the best results from any photographic situation.

Using its Slow Motion Function, you can even use the Casio Exilim EX-FS10 to view an action replay! Enjoy funny or moving moments frame by frame.

With its innovative rapid-fire shooting, the Casio Exilim EXFS10 brings something different to the table, as well as offering you high performance in everything else it does."

Picture Resolution - 9 million pixels
Optical Zoom - 3 times magnification
LCD Screen - 2.5 inches
Battery Type - Li-ion
Memory Type - SD
Eye-Fi Wireless
Slow motion Video - Up to 1000fps
HD Movie Mode
Digital Zoom - 4 times magnification
YouTube Mode

I rate Casio compact cameras very highly - probably second only to Panasonic.
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Interesting camera. The high speed camera would have been better at a lower framerate and a higher resolution though. Review here:
Interesting camera. The high speed camera would have been better at a lower framerate and a higher resolution though. Review here:

Thanks for the link:thumbsup:

Made my mind up in a flash, I'll pass.
Yep thanks nick_sub for that review link - 1000fps is an amazing concept but recording the maximum frame rate at 224 x 64 resolution just isn't that appealing beyond the novelty! (perhaps 200fps at a better res would have been more useful Casio!)

The 720p HD recording looks interesting though. Good price for this model OP, cheers :thumbsup:
Rather buy this from USA FOR £108

Will it work here though? I dont need a special charger right? or step down transformeR?

Forgive me for my ignorance,

p.s. i can get shipping for free
Most chargers are designed to work worldwide so all you should need is a plug adapter (no guarantees but I'd be very susprised if it didn't work). If it's like my Casio charger, you can just replace the standard cable to the charger unit with a UK one.

It might be worth looking into the validity of the warranty in the UK though.
Not bad for the price.

Although I've always found casio's have worse image quality compared to Sony's, Panasonics and Fuji compacts and very poor in low light. If they focussed more on improving IQ rather than case style, I might chage my mind about them. BTW slow-motion video capture gimick is only for 224 x 64 resolution. To put this in perspective, it's even lower-res than the camera's lcd screen res (960x240).
Interesting camera. The high speed camera would have been better at a lower framerate and a higher resolution though. Review here:

Thanks for finding that and I agree it's disappointing. However, it was reviewed at £315 and mentioned comparison to cameras half the price - well now it's less than half the price.

I did suggest it's a bit of a toy really - though construction is excellent and super slim.

May be worth looking at the EX-FC100 I also posted and received a much better review here (when it was £350!):

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