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Old 12-06-2011, 05:17 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by WildVolley View Post
I have a Casio high speed camera (the EX-FH20) and think it is great for sports. However, it might not be the best bang for the buck if you're just looking to tape an entire match.

My concern is that it will only tape a long match if shot on low quality video. If you shoot HD, it will fill the card quickly. If you shoot slow-motion, it will really fill the card quickly.

For shooting a whole match, you probably want pretty low quality video or else you're going to fill a lot of hard drives.
That confirms what I've read. I think the FH100 caps video files at 4GB each, which for an HD video is about 18 minutes of playing time. You'd need a pretty big SD card to tape an entire match in HD and it would require multiple video files.
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