More Casio EX-F1 Slow Motion: BB Guns and Frisbees

I know we've been raving on about the Casio Exilim EX-F1 camera and its amazing high-speed shooting capabilities. And I know: we've shown you lots of very nifty footage indeed, including some shot by the lucky Wilson, who actually got to play with the thing. But we've not shown you this footage before, made by a… » 5/18/08 2:30pm 5/18/08 2:30pm

Casio Exilim EX-F1 Slow-Mo Super Cam Full Review (Verdict: Totally Unique, Shockingly Powerful)

OK, say it: What the hell? What's with all the Casio EX-F1 love? It's because this camera is the most underrated gadget to hit the market in at least a year—the camera fiend's equivalent of a jungle gym, with slow-mo, super slow-mo, high-speed stills, and simultaneous HD video and full-resolution still shooting, to… » 4/25/08 11:45am 4/25/08 11:45am

DIY Discovery Channel: Casio EX-F1 Slow-Mo Cam In My Backyard

Tomato violence only marks the beginning of my love affair with the Casio's Exilim EX-F1, aka the Hiro Nakamura supercam. It's crazy addictive. Last weekend I went looking for fast-moving objects to capture in slow-mo, and in my backyard I came up with a freakin' menagerie of unexpectedly interesting little beasties. » 4/22/08 10:00pm 4/22/08 10:00pm

Casio Exilim EX-F1: Tomato Violence at 300, 600 and 1200fps

What's the first thing we did with our Casio Exilim EX-F1, the Hiro Nakamura camera/camcorder that makes time stand still? We recorded a mini Cuisinart laying havoc to some tomatoes. Why? If you have to ask, you probably shouldn't be here. The top vid is a view of the carnage at 300 frames per second. (As you'll see,… » 4/18/08 8:50am 4/18/08 8:50am