This new shuttercase from Casio has a lot of the standard features of a nice camera, but perhaps the most intriguing is the focus they've put on capturing high speed events with a shutter that can take 30 shots in a second with anti-shake technology.
What You Need To Know
Just under an inch thick and weighs about 5 and a half ounces.
The lens and buttons protrude a bit, but it still fits easily in your pocket
The menus are simple to navigate with the directional pad
The slow-motion features like continuous shooting, high-speed video, and l-c-d slow motion are one-button shortcuts so you're not fiddling with the controls
We recorded this at 210 frames per second and it looks great
You can go all the way up to 1000 f-p-s, but the resolution is really low at that speed. Also, you'll need a lot of light to make slow motion work
Overall, though, continuous shooting and high speed video work really well!
Normal light (anything outdoors) looks good.
Colors are vibrant, but pictures might be a little blown out with a lot of light, or have a soft focus
Low light looks good too. The flash is underpowered at times, and this might cause a blur