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Increased High Speed Camera Prices

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I noticed today that high speed camera prices have gone through the roof in recent years. The FH-X1 went from $1000 in 2010 to $3400 in 2012. The FH-25 went from $300 to $1900 and the FH-100 went from $225 to $800. I bought an FH100 in 2010 after reading Erik's review on cameras a couple years ago, but I really wish I shelled out the extra $75 for the FH25. Anyone else feel pretty good about themselves for taking Erik's advice and buying one of the cameras he recommended? I feel especially lucky because I only recently began practicing with my camera every time I go to the range.
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