Fast performance, very good picture quality for its class
Full 1080p movie recording with stereo sound
Good viewfinder, Pleasing handling, Impressive focus performance
Decent image quality, raw capture option
'$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.'
Impressive 24x zoom lens
Good noise performance at low ISO settings
'Slower than its predecessor overall.'
'The SX20's video quality is very decent as well.'
'It's image quality is superb, the controls and menu are easy to use, and its video mode is almost good enough to make you leave your dedicated camcorder at home when you go on holidays.'
'low quality LCD'
'Performance was quite slow with slow focusing, particularly at the telephoto end, and the switch on time was noticeably slow at 4.1 seconds.'
Photos are very crisp and sharp
Focusing is pretty fast
'The DSC-H9 achieves a good balance between the hardware controls and the software menus; providing complete functionality without overly complicating or cluttering up either.'
'fans of large prints, 100% on-screen viewing, or high ISO shooting should probably steer clear of the DSC-H9'
'The handling of the H9 is very pleasant; you can grip it much like an SLR, left hand cradling the lens'
'tons of manual and automatic features'
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