Casio's EX-F1 camera already had a pretty solid claim to fame with its 60 fps burst mode and ability to shoot 1,200 fps SuperSloMo video, but it now looks like it's getting another solid boost with its new, slightly unnerving firmware upgrade. According to Casio, it adds a so-called "prerecord movie" function that apparently bends time and space to begin recording five seconds before the user actually presses the movie button. That feature will work will all movie modes, including the full high definition mode and the aforementioned 1,200 fps mode. Look for the English version of the update to land on Casio's site tomorrow, with additional languages following shortly thereafter.

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