By Ethan Dougherty
on 5.20.10

When it comes to point & shoot cameras, small does not necessarily equate to good. The same goes for price. The Casio EX-FH100 ($349), a replacement for last year’s popular EX-FC100, features a wide-angle 24mm 10x optical zoom f3.2-5.7, 10 megapixel high sensitivity backlit sensor, 3″ LCD, 40 fps continuous shooting @ 9 megapixels, and 1280×720 video capture up to a mind-boggling 1,000 fps (not crystal clear, but still cool). Casio has actually made the EX-FH100 slightly larger than its predecessor giving it some needed heft and a more balanced feel. The well-priced shooter sports some unique tricks up its sleeve too: a Best Shot mode combines several photos take in low lighting to create a single clear photo, built-in HDR, RAW file capture, and a prerecord continuous shutter function that begins capturing images before the shutter button is fully depressed. No crucial moments missed due to a hesitant trigger finger.

More images and example of slow-mo video after the jump.

Buy Now: $349

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