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Casio Exilim EX-S600 Review at Steves Digicams


Casio-Exilim-Card-Ex-S600 Steves Digicams reviews the Casio Exilim EX-S600 and writes - 'The EX-S600's shooting performance is quite good. Power up to first image captured measured approx. 1.6 seconds. Shutter lag, the time from depressing the shutter release and capturing the image, was instantaneous when pre-focused, and about 1/10 of a second when pre-focused. Rapid shooting in single drive mode captured images at intervals of 1.3 seconds without flash, and between 2.7 and 4 seconds with flash, depending on your subject distance. You must wait for the flash to recharge, as indicated by the Operation Lamp, before depressing the shutter button for the next shot. Using its continuous capture or burst mode allowed me to capture 5 images in about 5 seconds, a frame rate of 1fps or less; the LCD viewfinder briefly displayed the live image between exposures, helping you follow a moving subject. All tests were done using a Sandisk Extreme III 1GB SD card, Auto recording mode, 6M Fine size/quality, preview off, flash off, and all other settings at default (unless noted otherwise.) Times may vary depending on lighting conditions, camera settings, media, etc.'

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