Reviews

Top Five Mountain Bike Digital Cameras


Mountain Bike Digital Camera Number Four:
Casio Exilim EX-FC100 Digital Camera

Casio Exilim EX-FC100</font

Price: $300

Part of Casio’s Exilim High Speed digital camera group, the pocket-sized EX-FC100 can shoot bursts at 30 frames per second or capture video clips at 1000, 420 and 210 frames-per-second. The resolution is low at those high frame rates but the super slow-mo video is soooo cool. Use the slow motion clips to analyze cornering and jumping technique or get awesome videos of your friends carcassing. To keep you from missing the shot, the EX-FC100 starts shooting before you even press the button. Pre-focus and keep your finger on the shutter release and as soon as you pull the trigger the camera saves the previous 25 frames, ensuring you get the shot. If you’re not convinced yet, Haro pro Eric Porter and Litter Mag / Vital MTB photog and videographer Shawn Spomer both own this pocket-sized speed demon.

Read Casio Exilim EX-FC100 Reviews Write A Casio Exilim EX-FC100 Review
Key Specs:

  • Resolution: 9 megapixels
  • Lens: 5x 37-185mm f/3.6-4.5
  • Video: 720p at 30 frames per second or high speed at 224×64 at 1000 fps, 224×168 at 420 fps, or 480×360 at 210 fps
  • Image Stabilization: sensor shift
  • LCD Display: 3 inches
  • Waterproof: no
  • Shockproof: no
  • Size: 0.88 x 3.92 x 2.30 inches (2.24 x 9.96 x 5.84cm)
  • Weight: 0.32 lb. (145g)
Casio Exilim EX-FC100 Related Content:
Casio Exilim EX-FC100 Announcement
All Casio Digital Camera User Reviews
All Digital Camera User Reviews
Digital Cameras Forum
More Casio Digital Camera News & Articles
Casio Web Site

next pageCamera Number Three >>


MTB Digital Camera Five MTB Digital Camera Four MTB Digital Camera Three MTB Digital Camera Two MTB Digital Camera One

 
Photo-John is Managing Editor for Mtbr’s photography and digital camera sister site, PhotographyREVIEW.com.

About the author: Jordan Villella

Jordan comes from the steep streets of Pittsburgh PA, where he learned to dodge cars and rip single track. He has been involved in nearly every aspect of the cycling industry: from turning wrenches, store design, clothing production and bike park creation. Jordan spends his free time racing cross country and cyclocross around North America, though he has been know to enduro every now and then. His love of cycling is only second to his love of his family and punk rock.


Related Articles

NOTE: There are two ways to comment on our articles: Facebook or Wordpress. Facebook uses your real name and can be posted on your wall while Wordpress uses our login system. Feel free to use either one.

Facebook Comments:



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*
*


THE SITE

ABOUT MTBR

VISIT US AT

© Copyright 2019 VerticalScope Inc. All rights reserved.