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The high-speed still- and video-shooting abilities of previous Casio cameras finds their way into a new compact with a wide-angle 10x zoom lens.
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The Exilim EX-FH20 may be slower than the EX-F1, but it has a more realistic price and feature set.
The Casio Exilim EX-FH20, like most all megazooms, is basically a puffed-up point-and-shoot camera. However, it's what Casio puffed it up with that sets it apart: the ability to shoot at 40 frames per second and 1,000fps video capture.
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