Casio Exilim EX-FS10S digital camera debuts in Japan, golfers rejoice

In my neck of the woods, golfing is a big deal; within a few miles of my home are two full 18-hole golf courses and every other truck I see is towing a golf cart. I hate golf myself, I can't even play putt-putt. My 7-year-old usually beats me. If you are one of those people who can't wait to get on the golf course and are always looking for a gadget to improve your game a new camera from Casio called the Exilim EX-FS10S is now available.

The camera has built-in software that analyzes your posture and improves your swing by helping you to improve the placement of your elbows, arms, or head. I guess those things are all a big deal to golfers. When it comes to old-fashioned picture taking, the EX-FS10S isn't bad.

The camera has the capability of burst shooting at up to 1000 fps, 410 fps, 210 fps, and 30 fps modes. That super fast burst mode is intended to help improve your swing by capturing shots of each step. The camera has a 9.1MP sensor and 31.9MB of internal memory. The camera can also record 720p video in full motion 30 fps and has 3x optical zoom. The big downside is that the camera is only available in Japan.