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CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera Driver
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Features When I first saw the specification of the FH20, my first thought was: It seems that as a society of consumers, we always want more. Well, looking around the rest of the camera it shows that other areas have been changed and at least one of these, CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera resolution, contributes to the downgrading of the fps frames per second.
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Uncle Ben told Peter Parker that with great power comes CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera responsibility. Wise words, but as a photographer, Parker would have surely appreciated wisdom such as: With great resolution comes lower frames per second. That's why the F1 only had six fps as it couldn't cope with anything higher.
With that in mind it's a shame that the FH20 has come out with a higher resolution as it shows that the pixel race is still well and truly under way. This camera is of course, not a replacement to the F1 but sits below CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera and broadens the range.
Whereas the F1 is the fastest commercial camera in the world, the FH20 is the fastest with the highest resolution because the F1 has 6Mp. It's interesting to know that when in continuous mode, the FH20 only CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera at 8Mp otherwise the download speed would have slowed the performance even more.
After closer inspection of this, it seems that the 8Mp can only run at 30fps. To get the full 40fps, you need to push the resolution further down to 7Mp.
Something that Casio keep to themselves. The FH20 also takes four AA batteries. Casio took this decision due to the energy efficiency of AA batteries these days coupled with the wider availability.
The fight between lithium ion and AA batteries is an old one that looks like it won't end for a while yet. Looking at the camera and it's obviously a lower spec model due to its comparably diminutive size. It boasts a 20x optical zoom but this is housed in a smaller lens. The CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera ring has been removed and the zoom can only be operated by the rocker that's situated under the shutter release.
Taking a quick tour around the camera and it's been designed like a bridge camera although Casio Digital Imaging Manager Steve Ainge is reluctant to give it that classification.
He said "the FH20 would be classed as a bridge or prosumer but I like to think that these cameras CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera further than just bridging a gap. The side of the lens barrel has two buttons for AE lock and macro mode.
The CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera has two macro modes: The super macro still focuses on objects when they're 12cm away so I fail to see the point of the two modes. When the F1 was released, the HD capability was scratched onto our foreheads by Casio PR so we couldn't forget it but the FH20 appears to gloss over the drop in quality.
Let's face it, we know the FH20 is a lower spec model and maybe CASIO EX-Z8 Digital Camera want something for nothing but would it hurt to give the camera full HD? Build quality In the hands it feels solid enough and not too dissimilar to Fujifilm bridge models. The function buttons are in the places where they need to be and there's a few changes from its bigger brother, the F1.
The other buttons can be moved further away from each other and notably, there's no dedicated video button on the top right corner.