Thursday, September 06, 2007

300 fps

CASIO's next-generation camera shoots VGA-equivalent movies at a speed of 300 frames per second. This means that you can easily shoot ultra slow-motion movies at speeds that have until now been available only on professional level cameras. Not only does this open up a whole new world of motion that is not apparent to the naked eye, it also provides a valuable tool for analysis of sports events and fast-moving action.

My feature requests

I would really like the camera to be able to output in the .png format, in at least truecolor RGB type 2 with 48 bits. The other formats would be good as well.

It would also be good to use both compact flash and SD cards. Flexible battery; being able to use Nimh AA cells and a lithium battery pack. An external battery pack able to use Nimh C cells, that uses the internal cells at the same time. A full featured and powerful handle bar flash, that allows use of the built in flash at the same time. Good sound recording.

Continuous wifi dump of images/files to portable hard drive, and/or other media, computer, network, internet. Being able to view/review images in real time on a larger portable external screen via wifi, (a 4x6 inch screen would be nice). If you decided to make the screen a full featured remote controller for the camera I would not mind.

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