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Thread: Casio Ex FC-100 slow mo camera

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    Default Casio Ex FC-100 slow mo camera

    I have a Casio Ex FC-100 camera I'm looking to sell. It takes up to 1000 fps slow motion videos. I have used it the last few years to film the kids swing and pitching. It has been very useful but as the kid is playing D1 ball now I no longer need it. It shows signs of ware and the shutter doesn't fully close. On the other hand I really haven't used it that much and it's a very unique camera. Casio doen't make them anymore.

    I'm asking $120 OBO

    Here's what it can do.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0dTm_dkwII

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    Quote Originally Posted by D_wats View Post
    I have a Casio Ex FC-100 camera I'm looking to sell. It takes up to 1000 fps slow motion videos. I have used it the last few years to film the kids swing and pitching. It has been very useful but as the kid is playing D1 ball now I no longer need it. It shows signs of ware and the shutter doesn't fully close. On the other hand I really haven't used it that much and it's a very unique camera. Casio doen't make them anymore.

    I'm asking $120 OBO

    Here's what it can do.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0dTm_dkwII


    congrats - and good luck to the kid

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    Thank you. But getting there is the easy part.

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Casio-EX-FC...0AAOSwz~pZ~7N8

    You may have scared some potential buyers away when you said the shutter doesn't close all the way. It sounds like from your Ebay ad that it's just the lens cover that doesn't function correctly.

    To potential buyers- I have a slightly newer version of this camera. They are tremendously helpful in slowing things down to show your kid what's going on with their swing. It's up to you or the coach to use the info, but they are a useful tool...they are also lots of fun for goofing around and exploring.

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