Casio QV-4000

Announced Jun 22, 2001 •
4 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 34 – 102 mm (3×)
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WOW! that sums it up pretty good. I did a tremendous amount of research and it came down to either This QV-4000 or the Casio 3500. I am very pleased that I bought the QV-4000. I bought it at Tri-State Good price fast and friendly service there. Just in case anyone is looking for a place to buy one. This camera is nothing short of amazing. Highly Recommended.

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Great camera in overall. Very good image quality, loaded with features, easy to controll for novices and complicated enough for semi-professionals. Good lens, good low-light performance, reasonable battery life. Great panorama function and good LCD display. No hot pixels encountered Great best shot mode for quick shots, cool soft-focus mode. At last but not least, very good pricing for a camera with these specifications. Problems: Too bad about the low movie quality without sound. It would ...

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Feature packed camera with a good price tag for a 4 megapixels. Panorama mode is very nice. Best shots are a must for newbies like me. Movies are not good Quality. I wish the lcd would cut off with the push of a button to save battery life. Battery life last about one day with ni-mhd using on and off.the Problems: the panorama software doesn't load you images for you; you open/insert all separatly which is time consuming.

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good software, good Best_shot mode can easy make a professional photo, Can use AA battaries you don't worry about the low battaries on street, Power consumption is very low and you can run it in a long time, It have 2.0/f you can't use the flash any time. The flash will affect the photo details so it won't. Problems: No sound in Movie mode. Just one ISO value 100

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Tau
 
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Microdrive bundle is unbeatable, good tripod mount position wich keeps the batteryslot accessible, generally compatible with with linux (one patch and it works), very fast setting-changes, cool builtin panorama autostitch for preview, excellent auto-white-balance, auto-remembers next filename to use even after cleaning medium - never had duplicate filename problems - excellent power-management, even with MD you can shoot a lot with the original rechargeable battery set, cam feels good in ...

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I have had the 4000 just a day so it is still new to me. I think that anyone that is looking for a good 4mp will not be disappointed. (paid $586.00 at focuscamera.com). You will need a bigger CF. It came with 16mp. I bought a 128mp ($79.95) and can get about 60 pictures at high res. Problems: not yet!!

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as a recent buyer of the casio qv4000 i could not feel prouder to say the least. for the price. the casio qv4000 offers a lot of bang for the buck. however, i feel casio should use the qv4000 as a great platform for a professional level version which i'll call it the Problems: none

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Marvin
 
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I've owned this camera for over a month, the Casio QV-4000 CF. I'm 99% in love with it. If you read the specs, the features are very, very similar, even down to the construction of the camera, to the Canon G2. Does anyone else agree with me on this one? Casio does have an extra feature(s?) which is the 'Best Shot' mode. Just pick the condition that you are in/the type of picture you are trying to take and snap away. 5 are built in, but you can load up to 100 more from the CD Rom to your ...

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