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I have been looking at doing some high speed video of my trips to the desert with my rifles. My intent is to create extreme slow motion video of objects getting hit with the bullet. I originally wanted the Casio EX-F1 because of the high frame rates and the price. Unless I'm wrong the video format that camera shoots doesn't play well with imove or Final cut express without transcoding first. If at all possible I would like to stay away from having to converting file types to edit. What I am hoping for is a camera with comparible frame rates as the EX-F1 that records in a format that either imovie or final cut express can edit. I would like to keep the price under 1000.00 but I understand that high frame rate cameras are expensive and that may not be an option.
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