Casio camera exilim 1100 help

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    When shooting slow motion 480 back screen LED shrinks how do you make it stay full screen

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    If your scope cam shooting 240fps is optimal.
    The higher the fps the smaller the video will be and this is why it might shrink in your LCD screen.
     

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    Thanks for the help

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    At 480 the video resolution goes way down, most of what you see on YouTube is 240.
    Since the camera has to record more frames it records less definition or pixles to compensate.

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    This video is using a exilim   ex-zr 220
    At 240 fps

     

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    “X27″This video is using a exilim   ex-zr 220
    At 240 fps

     

    
Sorry for digging this up from so long ago.  Great quality.   It’s late, but I swear it looks like the pellet bounces off the pigeons head!    Were you shooting a .177 or a .22?   I did not notice at first because I normally use my full sized computer to look at this site.    The screen on my computer is not as good as the retina display on my apple ipad.  I can only see this when watching this video on my ipad, 

    My rifle comes next week, and the only thing I need is a scope cam and mount.   Like I said, the clarity is great using that Exilim.   Would the Sony DSC RX-100 mark IV look that much better to justify the $900 price tag?    I note that the big U-Tube guys have all switched to the two to three times more expensive Sony DSC line (the II, III, or IV).   

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