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Casio QV-R40

alaTest has collected and analyzed 274 reviews of Casio QV-R40. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras for all reviews. People really like the size and portability. The usability and price are also appreciated, but there are some less positive opinions about the energy efficiency and flash.

performance, price, usability, portability, size

shutter, flash, energy

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Casio QV-R40 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Casio QV-R40

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 96 user reviews of Casio QV-R40 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras on Amazon.com. People are impressed by the size and portability. The usability and performance also get good feedback. Some have doubts about the flash and shutter. There are some mixed reviews about the storage.

price, performance, usability, portability, size

shutter, flash

88% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Casio QV-R40 4 MP Mini Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical ZoomCasio QV-R40 4 MP Mini Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

Oct, 2018

Expert review by : Sally Wiener Grotta, Daniel Grotta (pcmag.com)

Casio Exilim QV-R40

 

The Casio QV-R40 offers a slew of features, compact size, good-looking pictures, and a low price.

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Sep, 2003

Expert review by (pcmag.com)

Casio Exilim QV

 

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Sep, 2003

Expert review by : Steve's Digicams (steves-digicams.com)

Casio QV-R40

 

Continue on to Features & Controls Casio QV-R40 Specifications Image File Record Format Still Images: JPEG (Exif. Ver. 2.2), DCF standard, DPOF compliant Movies: AVI (Open DML Motion JPEG standard) Recording Medium 10MB built-in Flash memory; SD MEMORY...

Sep, 2003

Recommended!

Expert review by (letsgodigital.org)

Casio QV-R40 review

 

The 24th of July 2003 Casio introduced a new compact digital camera world-wide. This model is now also available in the Netherlands and I think it is time to actually start using this camera. This small compact model is a very welcoming addition to the...

Casio really created a nice camera with this QV-R40. The images taken with this camera look good, they have a nice contrast and real life colours. The Casio QV-R40 is a camera meant for those users that are looking for an easy to handle camera but with...

Expert review by : Dc Resource (dcresource.com)

Expert Review

 

The CasioQV-R40 ($299) is an updated version of the ultra-compactQV-R4, which was introduced in 2002. Both models feature a3X optical zoom lens and a 4 Megapixel CCD. The biggest newfeatures on the R40 include faster performance and the useof AA...

Compact, mostly-metal body, Robust performance, especially startup speed, Manual white balance, focus, Lots of useful "best shot" (scene) modes, Cool calendar, favorites, album features in playback mode, Uses AA batteries; nice rechargeables included,...

Images are too noisy, No AF illuminator (the camera the R40 replaces had one), Needs slower shutter speeds, Redeye, Outdated movie mode, Sluggish zoom and scroll feature in playback mode, 10MB of onboard memory isn't much, No video out port, Bundled...

Jan, 2004

DIWA Silver Awards!

Expert review by : DIWA (diwa-awards.com)

Casio QV-R40

 

It has been determined through DIWA's unique aggregated testing procedure that the Casio QV-R40 has achieved the criteria required for the award of a DIWA Silver medal in the category of Amateur Compact camera. DIWA noted the QV-R40 for its design that...

Feb, 2004

Expert review by (digicamreview.co.uk)

Casio QV-R40

 

The Casio QV-R40 is a small fast 4MP digital camera with a 3x Optical zoom lens (F=8-24, 1:2.8-4.9). The camera boast a 1 second startup time (you may need to turn off the startup animation!) and is housed in a small aluminium alloy body. The camera...

Play / Record buttons ; Fast start-up time and operation ; Small size ; Metal body ; Takes 'AA' batteries - rechargables provided

An extremely quick, small and stylish camera, available for an exceptional price refurbished - recommended if you can get it for £99! The camera produces good images and is very easy to use - however the camera is let down slightly by noise levels,...

May, 2004

Expert review by : Darren (digital photography blog)

Casio QV-R40

 

The Casio QV-R40 is one of the speediest compact digital cameras currently on the market. It is just 88 x 60 x 32.5mm in dimension and weighs only 160g but packs a punch worthy of a much bigger camera. The camera has a 4 megapixel sensor, 3x Optical...

The Casio QV-R40 has a wide array of easy to use features, including a three shot self timer mode and a HTML thumbnail creation mode for ease of use if using your pictures on a website

Nov, 2003

Consumer review (shopzilla.com)

Great camera for the price

 

Great little camera, lots of features, awesome pics

A little heavy for the size, no sound

May, 2004

Consumer review (shopzilla.com)

Jhonna Knows Best

 

Compact, sturdy, fast, not a Nikon Coolpix 4300.

Absolutely none that I can think of.

May, 2004