362mm with +2 CU lens 1/250 6.5 200 iso
36mm 1/500 f7.5 200iso
107mm 1/500 f8.6 200 iso
432mm 1/500 f13.1 200iso

This certainly is an oddball camera.. It is quite capable of taking decent pictures as you can see. There is noise at 400/800/1600 but this can be reduced in post production. Its exposure system is quite accurate in differing conditions.and the 12 x lens only lacks a bit extra at the wide end. Colors are pretty accurate too.
The 100% viewing electronic viewfinder is a little small for me but the LCD is bright and can be viewed from wide angles. It would have been better if the viewfinder had been routable. You can boost the brightness of the EVF.
There is a button on the back plate that switches record or playback from LCD to the viewfinder. Buttons are well placed to switch from stills to video. As you hold the camera the thumb switches the viewing function and starts the video while the forefinger operates the still camera button ,first pressure operating focus.
Changing the focal length of the lens is achieved by using the zoom controller on the top plate. However you can also assign the zoom to the function ring control on the lens but it is not ideal.
Images can be saved as jpeg or raw. However Raw files can only be used at 100 and 200 iso.
At the higher resolutions one can choose from 4-3 , 3-2 or 16-9 formats. For the beginner there are quite few best shot modes. You can auto-bracket exposure, white balance and focus.
An important feature is the ability to shoot 60 pics in one second or 1 shot per second for 60 seconds and lots of possibilities in-between for example 5 shots per second for 12 seconds.
You can also pre-record images by half pressing the shutter button. When you fully press the button the camera stores the images already in the buffer memory and starts recording new images so you have a better chance of catching the right moment.
The internal flash will also work at a maximum of 7 frames per second. For faster action there is an internal LED light which allows shooting between 10 and 60 frames per second. An external flash can be used but you need to use manual settings.

It is a shame that an ordinary time lapse function isn't included but using the remote control and holding down the button while in 1-60 mode will allow you to shoot about 2 shots per second at 640 x 480 . There is simple example below.

432mm 1/500 f15 800iso +1 sharpness
40% crop auto exposure
432mm 1/500 f13 200iso +1 sharpness
30% crop auto exposure
432mm 1/400 f15 800iso +1 sharpness
50% crop auto exposure some noiseware reduction
400mm 1/640 f14 800iso +1 sharpness
50% crop auto exposure
150mm 1/640 f10 200 iso +1 sharpness
182mm 1/320 f6 800 iso +1 sharpness auto exposure +2 CU
432mm 1/30 f13 200iso 40% crop +2 CU
300mm 1/100 f9 200iso 60% crop +2 CU
88mm 1/500 f6 100 iso +2 CU
432mm 1/250 f11.5 200 iso +2 CU
432mm 1/250 f11.5 400 iso +2 CU
432mm 1/400 f4.5 100 iso +2 CU
432mm 1/400 f13 400 iso +2 CU
300mm 1/400 f7.5 200 iso +2 CU
80mm 1/2000 f6.5 400 iso
Combination of 6 sequential images out of a 60 shot sequence each 125mm 1/250 f7 400 iso . Lined up in PS each layer soft light 50% opacity
36mm 1/1600 f6.7 200 iso auto exposure
36mm 1/400 f8 100 iso auto exposure
36mm 1/640 f7 200 iso auto exposure
36mm 1/640 f7 200 iso auto exposure
116mm 1/320 f5.4 100 iso auto exposure
182mm 1/250 f5.9 100 iso auto exposure
46mm 1/400 f6.8 100 iso auto exposure
Combination of two images
both 36mm 1/500 f7.3 200 iso
86mm 1/500 f9.4 200 iso auto exposure
116mm 1/250 f7.6 200 iso auto exposure
55mm 1/640 f13.2 200 iso auto exposure
44mm 1/80 f8.4 200 iso auto exposure
270mm 1/400 f10.4 400 iso auto exposure
360mm 1/320 f8.4 400 iso auto exposure
432mm 1/400 f9.4 200 iso auto exposure
432mm 1/250 f9.4 200 iso auto exposure
432mm 1/250 f9.4 200 iso auto exposure
86mm 1/320 f7 200 iso auto exposure
36mm 1/1000 f7 100iso auto exposure
50mm 1/1000 f5.5 100iso auto exposure
100mm 1/640 f6 100iso auto exposure
150mm 1/640 f6 100iso auto exposure
200mm 1/800 f6 100iso auto exposure
300mm 1/640 f5 100iso auto exposure
The 12 times optical zoom lens goes from 36mm to 432mm.
Below is a typical set of shots showing the range - all shot from same position - no post processing
Most close-ups taken with a plus 2 supplementary lens attached
More coverage of Man City v Fulham using Nikon D300 here
More coverage of Lancs v Scottish Satires Nikon D300 here
432mm 1/160 f6.6 200iso
432mm 1/125 f6.6 200iso

The Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1 - the latest addition to my digital armory is a bit of an odd ball. It appears to do everything except make the tea.
In addition to being a 6 megapixel digital camera it is capable of a 60 frames a sec full resolution burst. It also has a movie mode which will capture video up to 1200 fps for slo-mo effects. Its video mode will also record normal video(640 x 480) with sound and HD video.

This page deals primarily with the straight photography side of the camera. As I already use a Nikon D200 and D300 for this aspect I will normally be using it for its special effects rather than normal photography. All images are straight from the camera. No post processing unless mentioned.

228 images 9 sec XviD mpeg-4 avi
Test shots with Casio
Digital Cameras
Nikon D300
Casio Effects
A set of nine images out of a sequence of 60 images shot in one second
each was 1/800 f3.8 435mm 400iso
You can also use the Auto N mode which enables the Casio to shoot until you run out of memory. Set the self timer to a couple of seconds and hey presto you can leave it to its own devices. I have tried three sizes of images from the highest to the lowest and all give about 2 frames a second on a 4gig fast card. Will try a much slower one to see if the speed of shooting can be reduced. Using the high resolution images will allow you in a program like After Effects to zoom and pan the time lapse
Casio Close-ups
432mm 1/640 f4.6 100iso auto exposure
36mm 1/1000 f7 100iso auto exposure
432mm 1/1000 f13 400iso cropped
362mm 1/800 f13 400iso cropped
A couple of examples of using the pre-record continuous shutter mode to capture the moment the ball leaves the hand ( above left) or the jump of the bowler (above right)
A short time lapse using the remote and taking a shot manually every 5 seconds (approx) . I hope Casio will incorporate this function with an update to the firmware soon!
A Day at Wimbledon
England v Bangladesh
Nikon P500
Nikon D70
Sony Nex 7
Fuji S1
Have I got views for you
Nikon D200