Casio QV-300 review
in 1996 (when i bought the QV-100 @ $600), it was the 'neetest' thing on the market at the time & i made many 5" X 7" acceptable prints with it. i even took it apart and made a connection for an external flash unit. i still have it 'tenderly' tucked away in the closet from a 'bygone' era. i have the original box, original everything it came with & it's a trip down memory lane everytime i see it there on the shelf. it was a lot of fun at the time! i've owned a lot of digital cameras since '96, (currently have a d-70) but the casio was like my first car at 17, with many trips to the amusement parks, air shows and outings under it's belt.
all the best,
for some reason the battery compartment door latch wore...and every once in a while (unexpectadly) the batteries would come flying out of there at 800 mph!
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