Casio QV-2300UX

Announced Jun 22, 2000 •
2 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 41 – 123 mm (3×)
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A very good camera indeed. In a good lighting condition, the picture quality is very good. And the macro is very powerful, any begineer could produce studio-quality pictures in no time at all. Problems: Poor low-light focusing. Images in low light tends to be grainy.

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I'm very satisfied with the quality and functions provided at this price. Easy to use except a bit bulky. Problems: time lag after using flash and during startup

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mjdewitt
 
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My favorite camera so far. If they made a 3MP version of this camera I would buy it in a second. The qv3000 takes better pictures, but is nowhere near as flexible and fast as this camera.

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This is great camera. The swiveling lense allows you to get photos you can't with a regular camera and you can not beat the micro drive for storage. I liked it so much I am ordering a QV2900 for a longer zoom

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The rotating lens is an excelent feature and makes getting photos so easy. My wife not knowing a thing about it picked it up and was able to immedately start using it with little assistance. Would recommend to any one

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It has the most functions among all DCs, which seems wonderful. The price is cheap enough to attract the customer. However, the biggest problem is the picture's quality which is especially not good in sharpness. Maybe it is because of the quality of lens and CCD. The best part is the swivel function of the lens. Another problem is the limited range of the flash. Problems: Most frequently encountered was to take off the cap. Everybody will forget that.

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