[CES 2012] Casio has just rolled out their latest flagship high speed camera, the Casio Exilim EX-ZR200, where it is touted to be able to shoot up to 30 fps at full resolution – now is that saying something or what? Set for an April debut at $379.99 a pop, the Casio EX-ZR200 has a high variation of the number of shots you can capture in a second – from three and 30 frames per second, maximizing the chances of you getting that money shot while the others with standard consumer class digital cameras fumble around and hope that there is not too much blur in that image.

Logic dictates that since the Casio Exilim EX-ZR200 is able to do high speed images, high speed video should not be a problem, right? The answer is in the affirmative here, where you are able to record movies at between 30 fps (1920×1080) and 1000fps (224×64), although the high end spectrum might be rather redundant since you will be unable to make out too much detail. Want your images to look more professional? The Blurred Background function paves the way for people to ask you, “That’s an amazing shot, which DSLR model did you use?”. The Casio Exilim EX-ZR200 will work with SD, SDHC and the new SDXC memory cards if you are interested. Check out a couple more shots (pun not intended) of the EX-ZR200 after the jump.

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