Bakica - Perhaps Jbmercha is quoting the claim on the Casio Site for this camera, where it does say, Quote:
HIGH SPEED BURST
Up to 40 fps at full resolution
The EX-FC150 can shoot at an amazing 40 frames per second in High Speed Burst mode. This allows you to capture up to 40 images with a single press of the button. After the images have been taken you simply save one, two or all of the images to capture the perfect moment." - End quote.
As we can see, it does describe it as a "Burst Mode", not "Fast Continuous" - and it apparently buffers that for review - during which the user can select from the images which to save, or save all of them. This is apparently at a slightly reduced 9Mpix.
For sports, one of the cameras that does a more shots-number shutter button controllable 10-12fps as "fast", then 7-5-3fps selectable, might suit better - particularly as the camera only does 300 shots per power-pack charge.
If the intention is to shoot skateboarding and field games such as soccer, 5x zoom might be a bit short in reach.
Some more zoom, 12-15x at least, full resolution Continuous at up to 12fps, and Shutter Priority mode, might be a more usable combination, and in some situations, faster max shutter than this camera's 1/1000th-sec.
However, getting "all of that" in a shirt-pocket size camera at equal to this Casio's $300.00, might be "a big ask".
Perhaps going "up a size or two" would give a wider range of functions, for not a lot more money.