Casio QV-7000SX

Announced Aug 18, 1998 •
1 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 32 – 64 mm (2×)
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Ideal camera for work black and white (XR pictures). Excelent macro, good zoom, no problems at all. It is my second digital camera. Owners must have other batteries, or buy normal batteries everywhere. IR comunication with latops is ideal for work. After 64 Mb C- F memory and external drive (Scan disK) USB, it became very quick to get 250 pictures JPG in one second. Problems: None.

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My English ist not that good - but I try my very best. I use this camera now for about 1 year. Generally it's okay - easy to use, good pictures at "normal" light. With an 64 MB Chip it is great to work. And the best thing is the combination with an PCMCIA-adaptor for the laptop - serial-port is too slow! Problems: Battery-power - the display is great (especially for extraordinary views of an object you want to make a photo of) but takes a lot of energy.

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I've had one of these for about two years now, and have thoroughly enjoyed using it. It was my first (and still my only) digital camera, and it's hard to imagine now using film again. My SLR is gathering dust. I recently bought a 64 MB compact flash card, which allows me to take more pictures in a day than I need to when travelling abroad. The spot metering is a great feature for handling tricky light situations. The gimmicky things are all quite useful and easy to use (eg timer, sepia, b & ...

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I've had my QV-7000SX for about 10 months now after buying it at a super discount sale in Japan. It was just 20,000yen (about $US200) hence the "Excellent" for "Value for Money". A very straight forward camera to use with plenty of functionality, love the macro ability - good depth of field though the flash tends to wash out large areas if you aren't careful. We tend to print images on A4 photo quality paper and they look superb though dark regions (shadow) will show jpeg degredation in the ...

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I've had this camera for 9 months after I got sick of using a cheap one ($100+). I never wanted a Casio, but it was on sale that day and it was the cheapest 2.5 meg there is that is well equiped with the best functions you will usually find in high-end digital cameras, it's easy to shoot, though recycle time for the flash takes long after consecutive shots, but however close I get to the subject it doesnt have the tendency to wash away the pics. 98% accuracy on the viewfinder is very good ...

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