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Using technology borrowed from Casio's high-speed-but-bulky EX-F1 and EX-FH20, the company popped out a sensor and chipset that packs a 30fps shooting mode into tiny, easier-to-use digital camera packages: the 9-megapixel EX-FC100 and EX-FS10. The higher-end FC100 has a 5x zoom lens and sensor-shift optical stabilizer; the much thinner FS10 uses a 3x zoom and no stabilization. Otherwise, the cameras have the same feature set, with novel inclusions like 30fps burst shooting at 6 megapixels; and Lag Correction, a user-determined prerecord interval, which compensates for both slow human reflexes and hardware sluggishness. The cameras both have slow motion preview, which records at a high frame rate and plays back slowly to allow you to pick and save the best frame; and High-Speed Best selection, which automatically chooses the sharpest photo with wide-eyed and smiling people in it from a burst. They also shoot 720p movies for more traditional motion capture.