Casio QV-2300UX review

Started Nov 28, 2002 | User reviews
Jason Weekes New Member • Posts: 8
Casio QV-2300UX review

It's has some of the best features for a compact digital camera. A host of built in filters and incluses picture examples on screen! The unit is far too slow at taking pictures, there is a lag of around 1 second and about 2sec to write the image back to the card. Therefore, continuous shooting or sports photography is not a valid option. The reviewing of images is quick and nice zooming features even if they are a little fiddly! I guess it is pretty good value for money but, there are better camera out there of the same price and year of release with are better, such as the Pentax EL200. Has the look and few of a normal camera and produces better images than the Casio.


In warm environments the viewing LCD panel goes red when attempting to take a picture. With a very limited shutter speed to aperture causes the problem, an optical viewfinder would have solved this problem. However, you would lose the flexibilty of a rotating lens. The unit takes far to long to power up. Images aren't the greatest for the price.

Casio QV-2300UX
2 megapixels • 1.8 screen • 41 – 123 mm (3×)
Announced: Jun 22, 2000
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