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>> Josh Goldman: Hey, I'm Josh Goldman here at CES 2010 with the first look at the Casio Exilim FH100. The FH100 is all about high speed, high zoom. It's a 10-X wide angle lens packed into a nice, compact package. And it also features Casio's high-speed 40 frame per second shooting rate. And Casio's high-speed 1000 frame per second video capabilities. It uses one of Casio's back-illuminated 10-megapixel CMOS sensors to help them through things such as low light performance and high dynamic range performance. Some of the features other than the high-speed shooting include full manual, semi-manual controls, a three-inch LCD on back, a stereo mic for use while recording 720p HD quality video. And again, it's all packed into a fairly compact package. The Casio Exilim FH100, pay around -- should be available around the April timeframe for about $350. I'm Josh Goldman. That's a look at the Casio FH100.
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