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high speed shoot?

i wanted to do some high speed shooting in my physics lab. basically i looked up two cameras that interest me fuji finepix hs10 and casio fh20. which one should i get? any other preferences? also want to consider the still picture quality in mind.

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High Speed Shooting

We would have to know more about what you mean by High Speed Shoot.

At you talking shot-to-shot time, continuous shooting, shutter speed, shutter lag, or something else.

You will likely need to bring in some bright lighting.

Looking at Customer feedback, the Fujifilm gets better reports with many comments about very good picture quality.

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high speed

I mean High speed video like 1000fps.

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YouTube

Check YouTube for sample video and see if either meets your expectations. Bear in mind that the 1000fps option on these cameras is at a very small resolution, so images will be poor in quality.

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