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Nikon Stacked CMOS Sensor Will do 1000fps in 4k!

Nikon Stacked CMOS Sensor

Nikon Japan has been busy creating the next generation of 1″ stacked sensors.  The latest is a 17.84 Megapixel stacked design with hyper-fast memory interconnect that shoots up to 1000fps at 4k resolution which is no slouch. The sensor is still in development but it will be a possibility to see it in a camera that could compete head to head with the Sony RX series which now dominate prosumer P&S sales.  It was announced at ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuits Conference) held in San Francisco, February 15, 2021.

The sensor works by shooting in buckets of 16 x 16 pixels as one block, and then subsequently 264 x 264 pixel blocks (4224 x 4224 pixels) are conformed to form the final image at nearly 18MP.  It is unclear at this time if 4k video will be a windowed resolution or a supersampled then reduced final image from the full sensor.  The market for this sensor goes beyond consumer cameras as it is aimed at other applications like self-driving cars and production lines. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Z E2 Camera Rumor of 4k 120fps!

Z E2 Camera

The Z Cam E1 which delivered excellent quality 4k footage from a tiny package and was able to do 720p 240fps frame rates “at less than ideal quality”, however,  a new Rumor from 4/3 Rumors here shows a Twitter message that hints at a new Z E2 m4/3 camera that is able to do 120fps at full 4k resolution.  If this turns out to be true it could yield further performance improvements in 1080p and 720p along with higher quality that could be usable.

As far as linear specs go a 120p 4k pipeline could in theory yield 480fps 1080p and 960/1000fps 720p without going out of spec. As we have come to know over the years, however, it is usually wrong to extrapolate these specs to the maximum possible metric as the sensor or memory could be bottlenecks that limit the performance. So this rumor could have some legs to it and NAB 2018 could be the show that makes 4k 120p a regular feature for cameras.

Z E2 Camera What We Want In Specs:

  • 12-16MP 4/3 sensor
  • 24p,30p & 60p 4k UHD
  • 120fps 4k Slow Mo
  • 240fps 1080p
  • 480fps 720p
  • 2hr Battery Life
  • 12-14 stops of Dynamic Range
  • Full electronic m4/3 lens compatibility
  • Clean High Sensitivity up to ISO 25,600

So the list above sounds pretty much like a wishlist and it is. So take that with a scoop of salt.  If we finally get the 120p 4k spec in a  camera under 1k that delivers quality then we expect it to do very well in the market.   That said NAB 2018 in early April may turn out to be an excellent announcement show with cameras from specialized markets to wide release expected to be shown and or announced. Slow Motion should also be prominently displayed which will probably show the usual big players show their wares.

Below you can see the 240fps 720p quality of the current Z E1 Cam which is not ideal. Will we see a big increase in quality? only time will tell.

Z Camera E1 by Finepoint 240fps 720p 2:35 time:

Seagull crash landing in slow motion Z-CAM E1 240 fps by BlueNoite:

Z Camera E1 Water Balloon Exploding 720P @ 240FPS by aussiemikeysaru: → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Panasonic TZ200 does 1080p 120fps!

Panasonic TZ200

Panasonic announced two new cameras this week the ZS200 America / TZ200 Europe  which offers the worlds longest wide to super zoom range in a 1″ sensor form factor with a 24-360mm equivalent F3.3-6.4 lens and the larger sensor 4/3ds 20MP “Same as GH5″ Lumix GX9 which tops out at 60fps 1080p which we will not cover any further. We have a cut off of 120fps for slow-motion cameras.  The ZS200, however, looks to be Panasonic’s answer to the excellent and full-featured RX series of cameras like the RX10 IV and RX100 V.

The main selling point of this camera is the appeal of carrying a 15X zoom in your pocket along with a 1″ sensor which beats most superzoom cameras that use tiny 1/1.8″ or 1/2.5” sensors.  Panasonic is able to do this by extending the lens to almost 3 times the camera’s width footprint including lens ring which looks kind of ridiculous but is effective at contracting enough to fit on a large pocket.   The image below shows only 3/4ths of the extension.

FZ200 Video Specs
Format MPEG-4, AVCHD, H.264
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 30p / 100 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 24p / 100 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 60p / 28 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 60p / 28 Mbps, AVCHD, MTS, H.264, Dolby Digital
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 60i / 17 Mbps, AVCHD, MTS, H.264, Dolby Digital
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 30p / 20 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 30p / 24 Mbps, AVCHD, MTS, H.264, Dolby Digital
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 24p / 24 Mbps, AVCHD, MTS, H.264, Dolby Digital
  • 1280 x 720 @ 30p / 10 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC
  • 1280 x 720 @ 120fps VFR Mode!

Panasonic TZ200 DFD Auto Focus again?

The camera used the Lumix DFD Depth from Defocus algorithm for acquiring continuous and single AF which has been ridiculed for it’s hit and miss quality in video mode on the higher end Lumix cameras for over a year.  Still, however, it does a perfectly acceptable job for stills and not demanding video scenes.

There is also the fact that recently, youtube channel YodaYeo was able to improve the DFD performance on the GH5 to near Sony and Canon phase detect levels by just changing the shutter to a faster mode than 180° degrees to something like 120° to create a perfectly usable system even with adapted Canon Glass.  This is based on the technology limitation that a rolling shutter sensor has when scanning the image which has to wait for an extra frame to use an AF assist.  The channel explains this fully in this footage here! Highly recommended video to watch.

So if the TZ200 / ZS200 uses the same system you could, in theory, achieve similar results by going with a faster shutter speed.  This is not ideal in all modes as 24p simply will not show any improvement but 25p and 30p will, in fact, work fine.    Your mileage may vary. In our view, it is time for Panasonic to accept defeat and offer hybrid contrast and Phase detection systems in their cameras.

Panasonic LUMIX TZ200 | Travel Photography Field Test in Valletta by Wex Photo Video:

ZS200 TZ200 Slow Motion Mode:

The camera of choice for HSC in the segment for two years in a  row has been the Sony RX100 V which offers excellent slow-motion quality continuous 120fps Full HD, slightly lower resolution 240fps 1080p and up to 960/1000fps at sub VGA resolutions.  So two years later we get a somewhat odd answer from Panasonic with a maximum 120fps VFR mode at Full HD which is certainly an improvement but it is missing the variety and simply better slow-mo of the Sony models.

Both Sony and Panasonic are using a 1″ sensor which is probably a Sony built part which makes use of the BSI spec to improve low light ability.  Panasonic offers 4k up to 30fps and 60fps continuous Full HD 1080p but nothing more than a 120fps Full HD mention in the specs which seems to us a bolt-on feature.  We think this mode may be time-limited as well as probably sacrificing compression quality and scrapping audio as it is common for most cameras in this segment.   All we know of the 120fps mode at this point is that it is accessed in a special function menu and it is recorded in the card at 30p.  Which kind of confirms of audio-less suspicions.

We will have to wait for samples from this camera to share and be able to rank it. It is probably going to disappoint in the quality department but the ability to have a pocketable 120fps full HD camera with a 5 axis stabilized 15X lens is one reason to remain hopeful about its performance The camera will ship April 1st 2018 with a price tag of $799.99 and it is available for Pre order at Amazon.com here.  Stay Tuned for more and full specs below-HSC

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ZS200 / TZ200 Full Specs Below:
Pixels Camera Effective Pixels 20.1 Megapixels
Sensor Sensor Size / Total Pixels / Filter 1-type High Sensitivity MOS Sensor / 20.9 Total Megapixels / Primary Color Filter
Lens Aperture F3.3 – 6.4 / Multistage Iris Diaphragm (F3.3 – 8.0 (W), F6.4 – 8.0 (T))
Intelligent Zoom 30x
Optical Image Stabilizer 5-Axis HYBRID O.I.S. +*
Focus Focusing Area Normal: Wide 50 cm – infinity / Tele 100 cm – infinity/AF Macro / MF / Intelligent Auto / Motion Picture: Wide 3 cm – infinity / Tele 100 cm – infinity
AF Assist Lamp Yes (On / Off)
Post Focus Yes
Focus Stacking Yes
AF Metering Face/Eye Detection / Tracking / 49-area / Custom Multi / 1-area / Pinpoint/(Full area touch is available)
Shutter Shutter Speed [Still Image] Approx. 60 – 1/2,000 sec (Mechanical Shutter)/Approx. 1 – 1/16,000 sec (Electronic Shutter)/Time (Approx. 120 sec)
Shutter Speed [Motion Picture] Approx. 1/25 – 1/16,000 sec/Approx. 1/2 – 1/16,000 sec (Creative Video M Mode / MF Mode)
Recording Modes Mode Dial Intelligent Auto, P, A, S, M, Creative Video, C (Custom), Panorama Shot, Scene Guide, Creative Control
4K Photo Mode (*2) 4K Burst: 30 frames/sec, max. 15 min/4K Burst (S/S): 30 frames/sec, max. 15 min/4K Pre-Burst: 30 frames/sec, approx. 2 sec
Continuous Recordable Time (Motion Pictures) (*2) AVCHD 4K/30p, 4K/25p: Approx. 90 min/FHD/60p, FHD/50p: Approx. 100 min
MP4 FHD/50p: Approx. 100 min/FHD/50i: Approx. 100 min
Actual recordable Time (Motion Pictures) (*2) AVCHD 4K/30p, 4K/25p: Approx. 45 min/FHD/60p, FHD/50p: Approx. 50 min
MP4 FHD/50p: Approx. 50 min/FHD/50i: Approx. 50 min
Exposure Parameters Exposure Program AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual
Light Metering Intelligent Multiple / Center Weighted / Spot
ISO Sensitivity (Changeable to 1/3 EV step)
Picture Quality Still Picture Recording [4:3] 4864×3648 (17.5M) (L) / 3456×2592 (9M) (M) / 2432×1824 (4.5M) (S)/[3:2] 5472×3648 (20M) (L) / 3888×2592 (10M) (M) / 2736×1824 (5M) (S)/[16:9] 5472×3080 (17M) (L) / 3840×2160 (8M) (M) / 1920×1080 (2M) (S)/[1:1] 3648×3648 (13.5M) (L) / 2592×2592 (6.5M) (M) / 1824×1824 (3.5M) (S)
Image Quality RAW / RAW+Fine / RAW+Standard / Fine / Standard
White Balance (2-axis adjustable)
Picture Adjustment Contrast, Sharpness, Noise Reduction, Saturation*, Color Tone**, Filter Effect**/*Except for Monochrome mode. **For Monochrome mode only.
Bracket AE Bracket 3, 5, 7 images in 1/3, 2/3 or 1 EV step, Max. +/-3 EV
Other Digital Red Eye Correction (Red-Eye Removal) Yes (On / Off)
Wi-FI IEEE 802.11b/g/n/2412 MHz – 2462 MHz (1-11 ch)/WPA / WPA2/Infrastructure Mode / WPS
Self Timer 2 sec / 10 sec / 10 sec (3 images)
Display Rating / Rotate Image / Protect Yes / Yes / Yes
Playback Mode All, Picture Only, Video Only, Slideshow (All / Picture Only / Video Only, duration & effect is selectable), Calendar
Thumbnails / Zoomed Playback 12,30-thumbnails / Yes
Show Histogram/ Show Highlights Yes / Yes
Edit Retouch Clear Retouch
RAW Processing Yes
Direct Print PictBridge compatible
Title Edit / Text Stamp Yes / Yes
Video Divide Yes
Setup OSD language Japanese, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Monitor LCD Monitor Static Touch Control
Media Recording Media SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Memory Card/(Compatible with UHS-I UHS Speed Class 3 standard SDHC / SDXC Memory Cards)
Built- in- Memory
Audio Microphone / Speaker Stereo / Mono
Interface Interface microHDMI typeD (*3), USB2.0 Micro-B
Power Power Li-ion Battery Pack (7.2V, 1025mAh, 7.4 Wh) (Included)/USB power charging
Standard Package Included Software ・ The software to process RAW file on computer is not bundled with this camera. To do this, SILKYPIX Developer Studio is available for download at Ichikawa Soft Laboratory’s website using computer connected to the Internet./http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/english/p/ (For Windows / Mac)
Standard Accessories Battery Pack, AC Adap

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Panasonic GH5s Boosts High ISO dumps IBIS!

Panasonic GH5s

So the rumors proved to be accurate on the GH5s and now we have a low light version of the GH5 that can shoot cleanly up to ISO 12,800 with up to 100k ISO and by then a much noisier picture. It is claimed by Panasonic that there was a 1.5 stop improvement in noise performance.  Judging by the initial video samples it is clear that the new 10.28MP sensor along with dual native ISO circuitry for each photosite “one at ISO 400” and “one at ISO 2400” make a huge performance leap if low light is desired in a m43 camera.

All is not rosy in Lumix land however as the camera now lacks IBIS or In Built Image Stabilization on the sensor which was a main selling point of both the GH5 and the G9.  Panasonic claims that it was a decision made to cater to filmmakers that need no wobble or vibrations in a shot that can be produced when the stabilizer fails. But why not just add an On-Off switch? 1080p 240fps is also included in the camera but as initial samples show it reduces quality substantially.

Panasonic Lumix GH5S Main Specs:

  • 10.28MP Multi-Aspect Ratio MOS Sensor
  • DCI Cinema 4K – 50-60p 
  • Full HD 1080p 240fps Slight Crop!
  • Internal 4:2:2 10-Bit Long GOP
  • V-Log L Gamma and HDR Hybrid Log Gamma
  • 0.76x 3.68m-Dot OLED Viewfinder
  • 3.2″ 1.62m-Dot Free-Angle Touchscreen
  • Dual Native ISO 400 and ISO 2500
  • Dual UHS-II SD Slots; Wi-Fi & Bluetooth
  • Advanced DFD AF System
  • 12 fps Cont. Shooting and 4K PHOTO Modes
  • MSRP $2,499.99 USD -Pre Order Here!
  • Release Date End of January-Start February 2018!

Panasonic GH5S Video Hands-On – Highlights of the New Camera by cinema5D:

GH5s VFR Slow Motion performance?

As you can see from the excellent first look video above by Cinema 5D the video quality in low light is very much improved from the GH5 and G9. However, the slow motion at 240fps is full of resolution loss, jaggies, and moire which is to be expected as information is being thrown out to cope with the data rate.  This begs the question so what does it look like up to 190fps which is the limit before the VFR mode starts to crop the image. We estimate that it may actually do better than the GH5 and G9 at 190fps and below in which those two other cameras suffer resolution loss as well.  It will be interesting to see if the 180-190fps GH5s is excellent quality. There might be something to cheer here for high frame rate enthusiasts.

Panasonic LUMIX GH5S – Variable Frame Rate (VFR) for Impressive Slow Motion by PanasonicLumixVideo: → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Galaxy S8 Slow Motion Samples!

Galaxy S8 Slow Motion Samples

There was a lot of commotion online when the rumors of the Galaxy S8 having 1000 fps video surfaced. However that turned out to be pure unfounded speculation. Still the phone did offer slow motion of 240fps at 720p which is not bad for a phone but hardly flagship these days. Still that does not detract from the ability to capture cool slow-mo shots.

The quality is close to 720p on the Galaxy S8 but not entirely there. We see some softness, aliasing and moire in the shots with a tendency to be more apparent in diagonal lines and repeating detail textures.  Still the quality is on par with the iPhone 7 and Google Pixel XL phones. We have gathered a few samples for you to judge.

 Galaxy S8 Slow Motion Samples:

Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Test review in Slow Motion by Samiullah karamat:


Slow Motion Video taken by Samsung Galaxy S8 by Sittiphol Phanvilai:

Samsung Galaxy S8 Bees Camera test by Enjoy and learn:


Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera II Super Slow Motion BMX by RiderTECH:


Samsung galaxy s8 captured cricket shots at #240fps by pk arena:


Samsung Galaxy s8 slow mo camera CROWS 240fps by pk arena:

Samsung Galaxy S8 – Best mobile camera by Ihthisam Ali:

Samsung Galaxy S8 Great Slow Motion – Rome 2017 by And Pro:

Samsung galaxy s8 and s8 plust slowmotion video test by Bravo Kid:

Samsung S8 slow motion test by Robert Delozier:

Samsung Galaxy S8 Super Slo-Mo Test by Albanian Tech:


There you have it! – The Galaxy S8 is a decent slow motion performer with some shortcomings like resolution and aliasing artifacts. Still we were surprised by the clean noise free video on most of the tests. The phone is doing an amazing job of maximizing dynamic range and signal noise to deliver a pretty remarkable image. It looks cinematic in some instances which is the result of continued evolution on mobile sensors.

The Galaxy S8 will be a phone many people will use as their main mobile device; having a decent slow motion mode is a good feature for those that want to delve into the art of higher frame rates a little bit. Still we wished it supported at least 120fps 1080p and not just 60fps and that it included a higher frame rate to compete with the Sony Xperia XZ phones.  All in all the S8 is Samsung’s strongest phone to date and you simply cannot go wrong by choosing this device. If slow motion is your primary interest in a new mobile device we sure recommend you look at other options before pulling the trigger. -HSC

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Casio EX-FR110H Goes Full Night Vision!

Casio EX-FR110H

There was some wild expectation for the Casio EX-FR110H to be a return for the company to it’s innovation roots and offer not only an extremely high sensitivity video and photo mode but a return to a leading role in portable high speed video.  Casio was after all the maker of the innovative EX-F1 which delivered true super slow motion video to the masses in a portable camera package back in 2008.

Now eight years later Casio has not improved when it comes to slow motion specs on their cameras when it comes to higher frame rates and resolution.  The EX-FR110H does have some innovative features for extreme low light but when it comes to slow motion it really is just following along without a high spec.

Important Video, Sensor and Lens Specs:

1.9 Megapixel Effective Sensor 1/2.8 inch back illuminated Sensor.
FHD video actual recording time ※ 1 : about 1 hour 05 minutes.
High-speed video HS240 512X384 240Fps):  Limited to 30min rec time on all modes per file.
Lens: F2.8
Fixed focal length: F = 2.87mm – 35mm film equivalent: 20mm
ISO sensitivity upper limit (ISO400 / ISO800 / ISO1600 / ISO3200 / ISO6400 / ISO12800 / ISO25600 / ISO51200)
Casio EX-FR110H Low Light Video by Casio:


As you can see the camera is touted at the adventure crowd that wants to shoot in dark places.  While ISO 51,200 is not breaking any records by all camera standards it is however a witty move in a small action camera.  The sensor is still small but the pixels capped at 2 megapixels makes the pixel size much larger than other cameras that average 14 or even 18 megapixels in the same sensor spec.

The results are clearly not Sony A7s II quality or DSLR by any means but it does offer an option where a Smartphone, GoPro or Sony Action camera cannot venture due to their low light abilities being capped at lower ISOs.


The ability of the camera to be detached and activated from the portable touch screen is in line with the Casio EX-FR products of the past and it does provide a way to mount the camera in a different place while having the command unit in your hand to activate it’s functions. It also allows for two camera units “Sold Separately” to be controlled by the same screen controller and get dual video angles to record your adventure.

Full Specs Translated From Japanese with Google Translator:

Effective pixels
1.9 million pixels
Imaging element
1 / 2.8-inch CMOS (back-illuminated)
the total number of pixels: 2.16 million pixels
Image file format
Still image: JPEG (Exif Ver 2.3 / DCF2.0 compliant.)
Video: MOV format, H.264 / AVC compliant, IMA-ADPCM audio (monaural)
Built-in memory
Recording area: about 49.9MB
capacity after formatting the built-in memory
External memory
microSD memory card, microSDHC memory card, microSDXC memory card compatible
Record number of pixels
Still image: 2M (1920 x 1080)
video : FHD (30P) / STD (640X480 30Fps) / HS 240 (512X384 240fps)
There is a maximum shooting time 29 minutes per full video mode once limit
Recording capacity
(At the time of maximum size) Still image: external memory 16GB : about 10723 sheets
Video: Maximum file size: 1 shot per maximum 4GB
once per recording time: 29 minutes
16GB: of SanDisk Corporation made 16GB microSDHC memory card case
F value: F2.8
focal length: F = 2.87Mm
35Mm film equivalent: 20mm
Digital zoom 2x
Focus system: contrast detection method Auto Focus
Focus Mode: Auto Focus, Macro, Pan Focus
AF Area: Intelligent, multi, spot
Shooting range
AF: about 10cm ~ ∞
Macro: about 3cm ~ about 10Cm
PF: about 35cm ~ ∞
Exposure control
Control method: Program AE
Exposure Compensation: -2.0EV ~ + 2.0EV (1 / 3EV step)
CMOS electronic shutter
Communication function
◆ Bluetooth
communication standards: Bluetooth ® ver. 2.1 Tasu EDR, output class: Class 2
Bluetooth ® Ver.4.0
◆ wireless LAN
compliant standards: IEEE 802.11b / g / n use Frequency range: 1 ~ 11ch encryption scheme: WPA2[controller]
◆ Bluetooth
communication standards: Bluetooth ® ver. 2.1 Tasu EDR, output class: class 2 Bluetooth ® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., Casio Computer Co., Ltd. uses on the basis of these mark to license.
Other shooting recording function ◆ shooting / recording-related functions
Auto, Premium Auto PRO, high-speed continuous shooting 30fps, high-speed continuous shooting PAST, interval shooting, make-up, touch shooting (AF + shooting, AF only), face detection, video (Full HD movie, STD movie, HS movie) (with monaural sound, HS movie without voice), video camera shake correction, wind noise reduction, 2 times digital zoom, white balance (auto / sunlight / cloudy / shade / day white fluorescent lamp / daylight fluorescent lamp / bulb / manual white balance), exposure compensation (-2.0EV ~ + 2.0EV (1 / 3EV step)), ISO sensitivity upper limit (ISO400 / ISO800 / ISO1600 / ISO3200 / ISO6400 / ISO12800 / ISO25600 / ISO51200), remote shooting , automatic Submit
Picture monitor
3.0-inch TFT color LCD, 921,600 dots, capacitive touch panel
Clock function
Date and time: The image at the same time as the data recording
automatic calendar: Up to 2049
Input and output
[Camera] micro USB port (Hi-Speed USB compliance, USB charging support, USB powered drive compatible)
[controller] micro USB terminal (USB charging support, USB powered drive compatible)
[Camera] monaural
[Camera] monaural
Power supply
[Camera] dedicated lithium-ion rechargeable battery (built-in)
[controller] dedicated lithium-ion rechargeable battery (built-in)
Battery life Image Storage Capacity (CIPA standard): about 290 Images ※ 1 , about 355 Images ※ 2 (camera alone during operation)
FHD video actual recording time ※ 1 : about 1 hour 05 minutes
FHD video continuous shooting time ※ 2 : about 1 time 30 minutes
FHD video continuous shooting time ※ 2 (high-speed video HS240): about 1 hour 25 minutes
[Camera] (diameter) 60.9mm × (depth) 33.3Mm
not included hinge
[controller] (width) 59.2mm × (high) 86.7mm × (depth) 19.4mm
[when combined] (width) 60.9mm × (high ) 154.8mm × (depth) 38.7Mm
including hinge
[Camera] about 76G
without hinge, including memory card
about 103g [controller]
[when combined] about 214G
including hinge, including memory card
The main accessories
Controller (EX-FR100CT)
hinge unit
tripod nut
carabiner strap
USB-AC adapter (AD-C54UJ)
micro USB cable
Quick Start Guide (with warranty)

Final Word:

We like the Casio EX-FR110H as an action camera for places where you need the extra light gathering ability.  However the sensor is not big and the pixel size while large is not monstrous like other low light cameras out there like the excellent Sony A7S series.

If you are in need for a camera in an environment that is extremely dark like a mine, cave or deep scuba diving the new Casio might be an option for you.  However it will not break any new ground for image quality at high sensitivity which is a noise fest compared to larger sensor cameras that can get to half a million ISO.

The Slow Motion capability is weak at  HS 240 (512X384 240fps) which is at this pint in time a low spec by most measures. With a small pixel count sensor such as this one at least 720p 240fps should have been added and maybe even 1080p 240fps since the sensor should be able to record at those levels. A lost opportunity since the low light ability is beyond other cameras in it’s class. We cannot recommend the Casio EX-FR110H as a slow motion camera option. We wish Casio could get back to innovating in the high frame rate space and not just do the bare minimum.  As a slow motion camera option that does extremely well in low light the Sony RX100 V is really the best bet this year.

Pricing and Availability:

The Converted Yen Japanese Price of ¥53,940 is at $469.00 USD but we have no information about shipping in Europe or the USA at this time.  It should be available in the Japanese market this December 9th 2016.

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