Casio QV-4000

Announced Jun 22, 2001 •
4 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 34 – 102 mm (3×)
Chuck Steenburgh
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Great as a simple point-and-shoot but has full suite of controls for advanced users with easy access. Excellent image quality in spite of aggressive noise reduction. Uses simple AAs and CF cards so easily compatible with my DSLR gear.

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w_mathews
 
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I love this camera, but it just died on me in the thirteenth month, just like the last poster advised. I used an Olympus in the past and was very dissatisfied with the camera. I bought the Casio as an upgrade and immediately loved it. I have taken some amazing pictures with this model. I have sent the camera off to Casio for diagnostics and repair if possible. I will let everyone know how they handle the warranty issue since it is one month out of warrant. The service tech told me that they ...

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pixelAngst
 
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Look at Casio's own gallery for some excellent sample images, including some taken with the optional convertor lenses. It also shows features such as the in-camera soft focus effect. Here's the site: http://www.casio-europe.com/euro/qv/qv_4000/report/

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Dirk Vancraeynest
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In short a very nice camera for the money. I had a complaint about Casio after sales service. But They fixed a problem for free. And, my camera had a better image quality afterwards! - good image quality - very nice feature set - nice 'bestshot' feature - compact format - with the overly strong noise reduction gone, the image quality is so much better - images are slightly too blue (before they were too red) Problems: - After a year, the camera would jam in the middle of a shoot, even with ...

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notqytryt
 
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Let me first say Ive been shooting film for 26 yrs and have made prints A3 in size with this camera that are equal to 35mm film. If you use an icm printer (epson) you get outstanding results in conjunction with power-rip software also when it comes to true color the bottom line is "With Photoshop all things are possible" Learn it, love it, live it. bottom line is I get about the same quality picture with this palm sized gem as I do hanging a 35mm with 5 lbs of glass around my neck. I still ...

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Paulo
 
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I Need Urgent Help if anyone can Help me My son broke acidently my casio qv4000 cd... So I Lost my bestshots Scenes ... Can anyone compile me and send me by mail ? Much thanks to all Allways enjoy this great Camera.... Problems: none

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Hollye
 
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I am enjoying my qv-4000. The flash takes a long time to recharge, which can be annoying, but I don't see it as a big issue. When in automatic mode one cannot push the "preview" button to view the last picture taken. You have to go to the "preview" setting on the power switch. The LCD is hard to see in broad daylight, but apparently thats well-known news. The qv-4000 takes good pictures and has many great features/settings. This is my first digital camera and I'm very satisfied. Problems: ...

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LJZ
 
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After Nikon Coolpix775 and 995, it became my 3rd digital camera 3+ weeks ago. Because of usage of CF card and AA batteries, I chose it. With many functions and features, it is really a great digital camera. Excellent construction, ease of usage, and abundant funtions offer you to invent the profound of digital photography. The big aperture of F2.0 let you can get photoes of less depth of field. Besides, during nightshooting, at small aperture of F8.0, the radiance of spot light is very ...

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Roy Tan
 
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Generally I am satisfied. I suggest that Casio supply a hood with a 2-3X magnifier for use, (broad daylight) when taking panorama shots. Problems: The screen is very difficult to see in broad daylight and especially if one wants to do panorama shots. The flash recharges: takes too long for me, sometimes as long as 10+ secs.

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Marcello Mari
 
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I am very satisfied with this camera which I use for the Web, it is really excellent. If you want to see any photography he is to the URL http://space.virgilio.it/marcello_mari@virgilio.it/fotopt/

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