But first, let me take a selfie...
Great ideas compromised by bad picture quality
Lovely little camera to hold and use
Wi-Fi connectivity, Easy to use, Tracking AF
Available in a good range of colour
Good performance, Wi-Fi remote control from smartphones
Good zoom range, Compact, easy to grip body
Good build, design and handling
Images are pretty good
Easy touchscreen, Range of filters
Fast high-speed shooting, Decent image quality
Curvy body is different
Wi-Fi, GPS, and full access to the Google Play store
First ever camera to use the Android smartphone operating system
Android OS, 10x optical zoom, Touchscreen
Automatic scene selection when in Easy Auto mode
Optical image stabilization
Slow shot-to-shot times and poor high ISO performance
8x optical zoom
Slim metal body, Simple to use
Nice extra shooting features
Sharp 10x zoom lens
Very impressive continuous shooting, Poor image quality
iAuto shooting mode is accurate and easy in all situations
'Massive focal range'
'The battery life is short and the overall design could use some help.'
'built-in image stabilizer'
'secure and stable grip'
'$999 Manufacturers are quick to claim their products are innovative and groundbreaking, but the Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1 is the real deal.'
'most futuristic camera'
'the camera is heavy, big and bulky.'
'The EX-F1 is capable of
up to 1200 frames per second.'
'Excellent build quality.'
'Large high quality touch screen'
'interesting high-speed video recording mode'
Photo quality is excellent
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