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Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1

In the digital era anyone can be photographer or filmmaker, but it still takes some trickery to capture the right shot at the right time. That's why we're so sweet on the Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1. Although it doesn't sound spectacular because it is only 6 megapixels, what most people don't know is that size doesn't matter... all that much. The EX-F1 has three exceptional features that got us hooked: a burst mode that lets you shoot 60 frames a second, record action shots that will come out in slow motion, and film videos in full HD. Sure, it costs a grand but it's a solidly built camera that delivers professional level results. And we hate to belabor the point but the camera's burst mode is an amazing feature that you're sure to have tons of fun with.
Price: USD$999.99

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