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    Default North Korea with the Casio Exilim EX100 super compact

    Had the opportunity to bring along a Casio Exilim EX100 Super Compact to Clubsnap's North Korea Phototour in June.

    It's a pretty neat camera which has some really good features which I used to supplement my main camera.

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    These shots were taken from a (super bumpy) moving bus. The rapid fire feature coupled with the internal sensor stabilization makes some decent captures in a situation where other systems will most probably fail

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    Moving shot

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    Handheld mega zoom shot from my hotel room window.
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    This was shot from really far away. Once again, the mega zoom coupled with stabilizer proves very useful.

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    Another shot from a bumpy moving vehicle.

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    Decent high ISO performance coupled with constant large aperture and stabilization


    Personal thoughts - It's a pretty good and versatile super compact, great to carry along as a backup camera due to its size, and it's easy to use inconspicuously, for times that a DSLR would stress everyone up (like in NK).
    Battery life is pretty good, for my type of shooting, which is selective. I don't fire off more than 200 frames from this camera any day (and I've also never seen my battery bar drop).
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