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How is the RX-10 II, Erik? A nice bonus of the Sonys hitting the market has been a collapse in prices of stockpiled Casios. I picked up an EX-F1 from a local pro for £250 last week, where not long ago they were fetching over £1,000 on Ebay.

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How is the RX-10 II, Erik? A nice bonus of the Sonys hitting the market has been a collapse in prices of stockpiled Casios. I picked up an EX-F1 from a local pro for £250 last week, where not long ago they were fetching over £1,000 on Ebay.


I like it. I use the back shutter thing. It takes 15 seconds or so to write each swing to the memory card. Playback is… meh.

It won't replace our Casios because the file sizes are SO much larger. It will be good for some YouTube videos to show some things in HD but slow-motion (more slow-mo than with the iPhone, that is).

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