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    the lens is equivalent to 36-432mm f/2.7-4.6 and the max iso is 1600. are there any stadiums with lighting bright enough for the casio to shoot at 1200fps?

    i presume you'd need a shutter speed around 1/1250s. with the lighting on tv courts, to shoot near 1/1250s you'd need to be using f/2.7 and iso 6400 or f/4.6 and iso somewhere around 20000. a nikon d3 could handle these conditions but only at 11fps, not 1200fps :P

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    http://gizmodo.com/341634/casios-exi...second-gallery

    Didn't count them all but there's a 60(?) shot preview gallery ...

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    i wonder what is its sensor size.

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    great for training and see how the players do the strokes and techniques...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    i wonder what is its sensor size.
    Only a 1 1/8" CMOS ... http://www.dpreview.com/news/0801/08...iof1.asp#specs
    Last edited by demolidor; 01-10-2008 at 07:19 PM.

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    300 fps should be way enough, it's slowing motion down by over 10 times normal speed assuming ur playing it at around 30 fps, so you should be able to see plenty of motion.

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    Maybe this camera, in movie mode, can be used to settle any line dispute about whether the shuttle is in or out.

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    an archer had bought and tested his casio exilim ex-f1. this is what that little casio can do!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1STCzaUOGuo

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    Finally someone filmed a badminton shuttlecock at 300fps
    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=-roRuz00nMU

    The kids giving it a good go, but I think he's a bit confused about how to smash a badminton shuttle.

    BTW I've got my EX-F1 now, so hopefully there will be some 'proper' hi speed badminton videos appearing.

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