Back in March we raved about Casio's EX-F1, and it's just six months later and now Casio's got another super-fast frame rate camera for us: the EX-FH20. It's a smaller and lighter beast than its predecessor, but it has 9.1-megapixels, can still shoot ultra-high-speed bursts at 40 fps and high speed movies at "up to 1,000 fps" and has a 20x optical zoom, anti-shake, night-scene mode and standard 720p video option. It's intended to appeal to a broader bunch of users, rather than just camera enthusiasts, so it's a little simpler than the EX-1, with all the shooting modes on a single dial. It'll be available in black in stores from October for $600. Press release below.
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