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Casio Ratchets up Speed, Dynamic Compositing for new Exilim Digital Cams

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Along with a frame to turn your finest snaps into works of art, Casio remembered to include a few new shooters to fill your gallery, too. The company’s four latest Exilim digital cameras include a high-speed cam, and three that feature the dynamic compositing tech it introduced last year at CES (and that we were less than impressed with in our recent review of the Z280).

Like the old EX-FC100 and the EX-FS10, Casio’s new EX-FH100 can shoot at up to 1,000 frames per second after cranking down to low resolution. As a more traditional shooter, it offers a 10.1-megapixel CMOS sensor hiding behind 24mm glass with 10x zoom.

Casio EX-Z200
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The EX-H15, EX-Z200, EX-Z550 all offer 14.1-megapixel sensors, Exilim 5.0 image processors, HD movie capability and an Art Shot function apparently culled from the same tech powering Casio’s new frame. The top-tier H15 and Z2000 both offer high-resolution 3.0-inch screens, the latter with 5x zoom and the former with 10x. The stripped-down Z550 offers a smaller 2.7-inch screen, 4x zoom, and no Art Shot, but retains HD movie capability.

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