Casio QV-2900UX

Announced May 10, 2001 •
2 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 40 – 320 mm (8×)

very good . battery life is long(approx. 2hr) with LCD open. Problems: picture is not bright enough and no viewfinder

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Found my low cost casio at Wal-Mart too 1-09-2002. Sales lady told me they only had these cameras in for a week or two and were sold out. Mine was set aside on a xmas layaway, and the buyer never returned. Good for me!! Problems: None so far

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HamyDeez
 

i cant find it at wal mart either.

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Adam
 

I couldn't find it in Wal-mart? Where can i get it at $199?

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I purchased this camera at Wal-Mart for $199. Took it to work and showed it to my co-workers. Three of them went straight out at lunch and bought one also. I then purchased a PNY 128MB CF card for $59 and got a free card dock + a $15 rebate. Then I purchased an Epson 785EXP printer for $200 and got a $100 rebate. The Camera, Case, Battery Charger, 8 batteries, Photo Printer, USB Cable, 128MB CF card, Lens cleaner, & printer paper added up to only $438, including tax! A complete digital ...

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Celerondon
 

At $300 the QV 2900UX would be the best buy of the year in digital cameras. Walmarts <$200 deal is that mythical once in a lifetime opportunity people talk about. With the 8X+2X zoom, swivel lens, and huge menu driven feature set this Casio stands above all other <$400 digital cameras. Astro-nerd features such as the threaded lens, auto-dark frame subtraction, $18 WR-2C remote, and bulb - 60 second shutter speed are almost overkill for this Nikon CP clone. Problems: I don't have any ...

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Mofongo
 

Bought this camera at Walmart for $199. My wife and I already own an Olympus C2100 and a C3000 but for this price I could't resist. I was attracted to the swivel lens design and the super macro mode that lets you focus as close as 1cm (one!). Many features like time lapse photography, panorama in camera stitching. (you can actually see the assembled panorama on the LCD.) Best shot feature would be nice for beginners but I prefer to adjust my own settings manually. Speaking of manual settings ...

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First DC and based on comparison to my prior 35MM's it works just fine. I haven't used it all that much but it works well and at $200 for it at Walmart what a steal. Problems: NO VIEWFINDER. I took several shots from my friends Cessna on a slightly misty afternoon. I was unable to see what I was shooting as the sun washed out the LCD. The pics came out good though.

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I went to Wal*Mart to pick up some christmas lights, and as always I passed by the electronics section. I saw the camera at a table. I liked how it felt. So I took out my credit card and bought it. I have taken some great pictures. I would recommend this camera for anyone, especially for those 1st time digital camera buyers. You will love the BestShot settings and the 8x zoom lens!!!!!!!! Time between shots is about a second. I use my 256MB Kingston CF card and I can get about 300 ...

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I used this camera for a couple of days, and played with the pictures in photoshop. When Casio brings out the upgrade a 3.0 Mega Pixel or higher of this one i will buy one. Problems: Image Quality

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