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BEST SHOT Interval Recording: filmWide Movie Shooting
YouTube™ Capture ModeMovie button
Pre-record mode

Movie Functions

BEST SHOT Interval Recording: film

For sports movies

Whether you are riding a bike, snowboarding or windsurfing, sporting activities are normally virtually impossible to film as both hands are busy. Using the Interval Recording option, you can now create impressive films automatically at specific time intervals while you get on with the sport. To do this, the EX-G1 is simply attached to the handlebars or sail using a special fixture. The recording time for films can be set to 3, 10, 20 or 30 minutes — however long you need*.

* Max. recording length 30 minutes/video

Wide Movie Shooting

For a real home cinema experience

Wide Movie Shooting lets you film movies in 16:9 wide screen format. As a result, you can watch your films on a plasma or LCD television, for instance, in full wide screen format — without irritating black borders or distorted images.

YouTube™ Capture Mode

Share your videos with your friends!

It has never been easier to upload your own videos to YouTube™: With the EX-G1, you can film* your most memorable moments directly in a video size and quality optimised for YouTube™! The exclusive software makes uploading** your videos to YouTube™ child's play.

*Max. recording duration of 10 minutes/video
** To upload your videos, you need an Internet connection. This may entail additional costs.

Movie button


With this practical button you are always ready to film the best scenes When the camera is switched on a touch of a button is enough – and filming begins immediately.

Pre-record mode

Do you want to film the past?

Pre-record can do just that! If you do not press the shutter release on time in important moments, the past 5 seconds will already have been saved!
How does Pre-record work? In this mode, the camera is constantly making recordings - and when you press the shutter release, the last 5 seconds are added to your current recording.