Serious photographers usually own more than one camera. There's the high-end model you might use for nature photography, a pocket camera for quick indoor shots, and one that has some specific feature for unusual situations - such as finally getting front row ticks to your favorite sports team. With the Casio EX-FH20, the main perk has to do with an unusual burst mode, which can capture 40 photos in a second with one shutter press. Or, you can capture a whopping 1000 frames-per-second in a kind of burst mode for video. Unique, and well-suited to certain photo conditions, the burst modes are a blast to use. And, compared to the previous model - the Casio EX-F1, which costs twice as much - the EX-FH20 still functions as a regular point-and-click digicam. Yet, it's not a great all-around camera, the lens feels like it could jam easily, and battery life is just atrocious, making it a niche device.