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Old Mar 25, 2008, 5:22 AM   #1
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Old Mar 25, 2008, 9:14 AM   #2
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Well.. In the little movie with the golf club, there are no rolling shutter artifacts. Even at 60 fps, you'd think it would be visible in the golf-club. The glof club does appear bent at one point, but I suspect that is from the force being applied to it as he starts to swing it. So maybe this is some more proof that CMOS sensors do not always have that problem.
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Old Mar 28, 2008, 4:35 PM   #3
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There are two movie clips with 1080 and 720

1080 - 27 MB- FullHD

720 - 18 MB - HD

made todayby somebody near Hannover with his new EX-F1

To play use Nero Showtime 4 or PowerDVD Ultra7 or WinMediaPlayer

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I converted (just for fun) the files to DivX to play them on my DVD-player Xoro 8500 (an all eater, which also plays native 1920x1080 files, even videos from my Sony HC3).

The files with 24/25/29.96/30 fps you can download from (34 MB)


http://rapidshare.com/files/103174753/Casio_EX-F1_1280_DivX.rar.html

I converted also the 1920x1080/60fps video to 1920x1080/60fps divx (with only average bitrate 4000).

You can download it there (12 MB)

http://rapidshare.com/files/103188668/1920_60fps.divx.html

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Old Mar 30, 2008, 4:48 PM   #4
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Hi all,

new Casio user arrived; seduced by the specs:arrow:

sample photos out-of-the cam and opinions at

http://www.pbase.com/tvpopta/casio_exilim_pro_exf1

Cheerio! GB
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Old Apr 6, 2008, 7:46 AM   #5
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How did you guys get the 1080i video to play on your PC?

I cant get it to work.... and i have a fairly good PC!
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Old Apr 8, 2008, 8:33 AM   #6
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I can only play the HD movieclips smooth with the supplied player. If i convert it to a different format, it works fine with any player
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Talk about murky days.

Bluntly, haven't downloaded the video yet, but the image senor they have bought looks like it needs 4 to 8 more stops of latitude.

On the outside dynamic range street shot, the shadows far to dark, and the sky was getting burned out (as well as highlights). The sky was just getting there, with definition the clouds starting to come out, but the shadows were very dark. When they expanded the range the shadows came up beautifully but the sky got more burnt.

Altogether, I think it is a great effort compared to what consumer video gear used to get. I'll leave it to you guys to determine how this compares to digital still though.
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Old Apr 9, 2008, 11:25 AM   #8
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http://www.quesabesde.com/noticias/c...nalisis,1_4203



Still from this set very good, look at the willife ones, elelephant, mercat,hippo etc!!



Blows the hd1000 and a lot of 12x superzoom out of the water, good iso performance too.

yet to see the video tested to it best but I suspect the hd1000 720p60 is still king.
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Yes lack of proper 720p modes, like p50 and p60, has been a let down. The 720p30 mode might be the best h264 one I have seen though (but more examination is needed). This is everything the Sanyo should have been, except for the datarate and lack of fast frame rate modes. What I have said in times past is still true, 18mb/s plus is still needed for h264 720p, and 36mb/s preferable for 50/60p. The candy floss of h264 still does not work enough. Hopefully with lower cost and higher capacity memory, and more precessing power, companies will move to higher data rates.
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Cant see 36 being achieved in short-term with sd class6, but 24-28ie 1080p/60 is certainly possible?

I will have a f1 though as soon as it hits uk shore, apparently they may firmware up the 720p to 60fps, distinctly possible, plus fine tune the raw stills.

Also be nice for them to add 1080p30, maybe they could be lobbyed to try a 1080p50/60 option?



Casio have really stepped up with this one so may be nxious to psuh the envelope further, so need it be a success.
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