Casio QV-R3

Announced Jun 24, 2002 •
3 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 38 – 113 mm (3×)
Manfred Kaiser
 
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Perfect Beginner Kamera. Good Box, Metall Problems: Pictures of Blitz Light not good

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Alexander Gassmann
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I definitely like this camera and can recommend it. I have scouted many comparisons, and its feature collection is very good (good resolution choice, manual focus, manual Aperture/Timing settings, white balance, BestShot presets, AF-Help lamp,...) Ease of use through menus is very good. Excellent is also the speed of initialization and delay on shooting. I still have to get used to the right autofocus use, sometimes the pictures are blurred. But I am sure it is not because of the camera but ...

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Knut2
 
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Very good picture quality. Easy to Use and excellent to put in my inner jacket pocket. It fits in a normal shirtpocket even if its a little bit heavy for that. Image size at max quality is abot 1.6MB only .JPG format (as far as I have discovered anyway). All in all I'm very satisfied with the camera. (Wondering how long that will last...) Problems: When I use both built-in memory and MMC I can only fill/download from one source at a time. Have to pick out the additional card to download from ...

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williamng
 
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This is my 1st digital camera, very good one after comparing with canon S30. 1) Small, light weight, slim 2) gd for beginner because there are many preset setting for various type of pics such as portrait, scenery, flowing water etc....... 3) Very easy to use 4) Pic quality is sharp 5) Built in memory as backup in case your memory runs out 6) Use sd/ mmc memory provide flexibility Problems: 1) Unable to get date on photo despite camera come with date features. No other problem encountered

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hatori
 
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This is a second digital camera which start from Sony P-30. When I hold the camera it's well-fitting in my hand, not too big or too small with the compact size and steel casing. The great are manual functions as manual focus (that u can quick shot with any distance which far from 1 m), manual aperture adjust (but only 2.6 and 5.0), manual shutter speed. The others that there r many best shots that can choose for any conditions. Problems: bad sides...... :( 1. No Video out (differnt with spec. ...

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