42x optical zoom available with Digic 4+ processor
This camera packs a 24-1008mm zoom lens for serious close-ups
This is a camera for someone who finds they’ve outgrown their basic point-and-shoot and wants to start dipping their toe into manual settings.
Excellent picture quality for its class
Sharp results shooting handheld even at the far reaches of the zoom
Excellent image quality, Exemplary handgrip
Sharp results handheld at maximum optical reach, Manual zoom
Lot of shooting options
Video is surprisingly smooth and sharp in the top 1080/30p mode
Flexible LCD screen
Excellent VR optical stabilisation, Built-in GPS with POI database
30x zoom lens, a high-res 3-inch LCD
Ease of use, simplicity
8fps burst and lots of other continuous modes, 180 and 360 degree panoramas
Good value, Big zoom option, Sharp results usually
Excellent value for money, Decent zoom range
Image quality is great
Decent amount of zoom
Performs poorly in low light and indoors without a flash
Build quality isn't the best
Excellent Battery life, Inexpensive
One touch video recording
'$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 colour reproduction
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