January 17, 2008

Casio spitfire cranks out 1,200fps, does DNG

If the minigun-wielding Jesse the Body character from Predator bought a digital camera, he might well choose the Casio EX-F1. According to Macworld, "Casio will put on sale in March a digital still camera capable of shooting up to 60 full-resolution images in one second, and video at more than 1,000 per second to realize a super slow-motion effect." Engadget’s got some more details and video captured by the cam.  Lightroom/Camera Raw PM Tom Hogarty notes that the EX-F1 uses the open DNG format to store its raw captures.

Speaking of DNG, author/photographer Ben Long has released his Convert Raw to DNG Automator Action, enabling easy conversion to DNG via AppleScript.  Solid.

For more memory-crushing camera goodness, see previous.

Posted by John Nack at 6:26 PM on January 17, 2008

Comments

  • Bernard Custard — 7:21 AM on January 18, 2008

    Very good that high speed camera. Because many of us can´t afford to spend large quantity of money for another type of high speed cameras. And it´s very usefull for many application like an action panorama. (gym, etc, etc). We have to wait an see which quality has it got, but it looks great.
    Thanks john

  • Jerry Harris — 7:15 AM on January 19, 2008

    By 2010, camcorder == camera. By then the static ram drives should be at a price point that a prosumer pixel gatling gun can swallow. Clearly, the sensors are already fast enough.
    So how many images will the sports photographer have to swim through after a shoot in 2010 or even in a few months with one of these casio cameras?

  • Andrew Smith — 11:45 PM on January 19, 2008

    This is truly the next camera I want to purchase. Can’t argue with the price either. Absolutely gob-smacking amazing technology that I can’t wait to have some fun with.

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