Casio QV-R3 review
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 of myself who has to get used to digital photography vs. analog (my 1st digicam).
I love the 128 MB which come with it!
I strongly miss video output from the camera.
I miss sound feature for video (but I have a digital film camera, so I don't really need it).
The PC software is a bit clunky to use with an approach based on automatically generated html pages, but it stores also the settings of each image.
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- Panasonic Lumix DMC-G857.2%
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- Sigma 50-100mm F1.8 Art5.1%
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