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Jose A. Garcia March 14th, 2009 05:16 AM

Casio EX-FC100 and EX-FS10 = continuous 6mp stills at 30fps
 
Well, they don't have shallow DOF (1/2.3" sensor) but we've got the first stills camera shooting continuous 6mp photos at 30fps. The good news is that we can expect no rolling shutter artifacts since you're taking pics, not video. And also you end up having an image sequence just like the Ikonoskop (only JPG, not DNG). If only Casio could offer a 25fps or 24fps version...

Take a look:

Casio EX-FC100 and EX-FS10 shoot 6mp stills at 30fps - 1001 Noisy Cameras

Edit: I don't know if this post belongs here. If not, please move it.

Kurth Bousman March 15th, 2009 03:20 PM

here's casios' page

EX-FC100BK - High Speed EXILIM - Cameras - Products - CASIO

Mark Nicholson March 18th, 2009 06:52 PM

Casio Red for $350
 
Wow! you can pre-order this at Amazon for $350

Casio Red Camera for $350 shooting 6MP 30FPS stills. I'm going to be laughing about this one for a long time :D

EDIT: Hmmm looks like only 30 frames in one burst. Too bad.. could be a fun toy though!

Jose A. Garcia March 18th, 2009 07:16 PM

It says "High Speed Continuous Shooting"...

Mark Nicholson March 18th, 2009 07:39 PM

It does say that on the camera, but it'd need an awful lot of ram onboard to store those stills at 6MP for more than 30 frames. I sure hope it shoot continuously, along with manual shutter speed. It would truly be amazing.

At this point, these sensors are so cheap, its only a matter of time before another company challenges RED with a small C mount 24fps camera recording 6MP to SDHC.

Jay Birch March 25th, 2009 01:46 PM

If it is anything like the frame burst mode of the F1.... it means that it will take 30fps for 1 second.... then stop recording (the F1 can do 60fps though)

Jad Meouchy March 27th, 2009 11:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jose A. Garcia (Post 1027467)
The good news is that we can expect no rolling shutter artifacts since you're taking pics, not video.

This statement is incorrect.


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