Good quality at higher sensitivities for a compact, Useful zoom range, High speed video, High frame rate continuous shooting, Manual exposure control, Handling and build quality
Good photo quality at low ISOs, 10X, ultra wide 24 240 mm zoom lens in a compact, well built body, Sensorshift image stabilization, 3inch LCD has good outdoor and low light visibility, Tons of Best Shot (scene) modes, several of which are quite useful (e.
Flexible lens in a compact body; good control layout; useful and fun high-speed shooting options.
Superb battery life, Sharp, wellexposed images, RAW shooting mode, Highspeed shooting mode for stills and video.
Featurepacked, HD movie, 24240mm zoom range
Auto focus can hunt at long end of the zoom, HS modes put large strain on the battery.
Details start to get smudged once you pass ISO 200, Redeye a problem, no removal tool available, Some corner blurring at wideangle, Didn't perform well in artificial light, even with custom white balance (won't affect most people), Very slow start
No fully automatic mode; mixed shooting performance; near-useless raw image capture.
Takes time when saving RAW and highspeed shots, Laggy autofocus, Noisy lens motors, Limited fstop options in aperture priority
Low resolution highspeed movie, low LCD resolution, menu design, Raw shooting at ISO 100200 only
By Good Gear Guide on January 10, 2011
The Casio Exilim EX-FH100 is capable of capturing reasonably well defined photos, but it's not an excellent still image camera, merely a quite good one. Its best feature is the ability to shoot high-speed video, allowing you to capture scenes in...75
By Expert Reviews on October 07, 2010
Beautiful photos and videos, backed up by a wide range of features including a 40fps burst mode and slow-motion videos....80
By Trusted Reviews on September 21, 2010
Casio introduced its high-speed CMOS sensor technology with the revolutionary , launched just over two years ago. It followed it up early in 2009 with the premium ultra-compact, and the , a more compact super-zoom model. Having...90
By ePHOTOzine on September 03, 2010
Creating a compact digital camera that stands out from the crowd can't be an easy task nowadays, but I feel that Casio have managed it this time with the EX-FH100.The camera provides god quality at high sensitivities for a compact, a useful zoom...90
By The Digital Camera Resource Page on August 15, 2010
The Casio Exilim EX-FH100 is a compact ultra zoom camera with a plethora of high speed shooting features, courtesy of its back-illuminated CMOS sensor. It offers nearly an endless selection of point-and-shoot features, plus a decent set of manual...-
By cnet on July 17, 2010
The high-speed Casio Exilim EX-FH100 is a compelling compact megazoom camera for those constantly worried about missing a...73
By CNET UK on July 09, 2010
The Casio Exilim EX-FH100's amazing high-speed shooting features make it unique among compact superzooms, but that's pretty much its only trick. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10, for example, costs about the same but has a better zoom, and is much...83
By DigitalVersus on June 25, 2010
Focal length A nice feature of the FH100 is that it tells you the 35 mm equivalent of the focal length you're using, from 24 to 240 mm.This is much more useful than just giving a random number with no real meaning (as it's dependant on the wide...80
By PC Advisor on June 18, 2010
The high-speed, energy-efficient Casio Exilim EX-FH100 is arguably the most versatile pocket megazoom around, thanks to its super-slow-motion shooting. The sacrifices here are lens control, a bit of video quality, and less-exciting scene modes than...70
By infoSync World on June 17, 2010
This is the most fun we've ever had with a Casio digital camera since the rugged EX-G1, for this is a company that excels in opting for the path less traveled by. Heck, Fujifilm is ripping off Casio by implementing high-speed video on its...69