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Or, couldn't that be left as the one mode where the shutter button didn't return you to image capture" devices. At least some of my irritation, though, was because of the kind of subject I was working with -- which would be an issue for many users of the Casio FH Both worked quite well in my use, Casio EX-FH20 Digital Camera the EVF even did a better job of holding onto highlight detail than I'm accustomed to seeing.
This is one of my biggest beefs with EVFs, namely that they tend to lose detail in highlights, often making it difficult to compose shots properly relative to cloud detail. The refresh rate on both displays was good important in a camera to be used for capturing fast actionand the EVF's screen had excellent resolution: Its pixels were Casio EX-FH20 Digital Camera enough that I was almost entirely unaware of them. I was surprised to read in the manual that Casio only rates the EVF's resolution as "equivalent todots," it seemed sharper than that to me. Again, an important characteristic with a camera for shooting sports: You need to be able to see exactly what the camera is seeing, no more, no less. I could see the entire active area of the viewfinder display without having to mash my eyeglass lenses against the viewfinder bezel.
That said though, the viewfinder screen appears rather small and cramped, even compared to the viewfinders on cropped-frame DSLRs. It's certainly usable enough, but might feel a little claustrophobic to someone whose other camera is an SLR.
On the other hand, the dioptric adjustment worked well, able to compensate for even my extreme nearsightedness close to I did find the dioptric adjustment knob a little difficult to work, though, as it was so close to the viewfinder, and on the wrong side for a right-eye-dominant person like myself. Not that big an issue, because it's an adjustment you don't make all that often, but I did find it annoying. Casio FH20 Optics A long telephoto lens is often useful in sports applications, so it's nice that the Casio FH20 sports no less than a 20x optical zoom Casio EX-FH20 Digital Camera, with a range extending from a very wide angle 26mm all the way to a mm telephoto, a focal length that can really reach out and bring your subject closer. Almost a necessity with a zoom that long, there's Casio EX-FH20 Digital Camera an optical image stabilization system that can be turned on or off as desired.
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We didn't subject it to a formal test, but my sense was that the FH20's IS worked well enough, but couldn't compensate for camera movements as large as those that other systems can handle. I need to say that this is just an impression, but I did have a sense that the system let through quite a few jiggles when I watched it working in its Demo mode that I think the best competing IS systems would have caught. That said, though, the Casio FH20's IS system definitely improves steadiness significantly relative to trying to shoot with it disabled. When it comes Casio EX-FH20 Digital Camera optical quality, the Casio FH20's lens does very well when it comes to sharpness, but considerably less so in terms of chromatic aberration CA.
CA is a frequent bane of long-ratio zoom lenses, so it's no surprise to see it in the FH The telltale purple and green fringes of CA can be seen clearly around objects at the edges of the frame at both telephoto and wide angle focal lengths.
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The spread between the colors is pretty large, but strength of the coloration isn't as bad as the worst we've seen. Operationally, the zoom works well, moving at what I'd consider to be a good pace as the camera moves from wide to tele and back again. Focusing speed ranges from exceptionally fast 0. Continuous focusing seemed to track subjects really well, as long as I didn't expect it Casio EX-FH20 Digital Camera have SLR-level performance.
As alluded to earlier, I found it best to prefocus on a specific point where I expected the action to happen, rather than relying on the camera to track the action on its own. Manual focusing is done via the rear-panel right and left arrow keys, and the viewfinder display automatically magnifies while you're adjusting the focus. New HIGH SPEED EXILIM digital camera for ultra-fast serial picture recording: The EX-FH20 takes 40 photos per second and Casio EX-FH20 Digital Camera.
Last Summer I reviewed a remarkable new camera from Casio, the Exilim EX-F1, a unique super-zoom camera using a newly developed.