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Casio QV - 30

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the exposure and battery are on the whole positive. The image quality and lens also get good opinions, whereas many are less positive about the responsiveness and memory.

screen, lens, image quality, battery, exposure

flash, viewfinder, memory, responsiveness

On average, users rate this product 63/100.

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Casio QV 30

 

i like the camera. resolution is a little low but it works quite well and has a sweet swivel lens.

swivel lens and big lcd screen

low resolution, no movie clips

Consumer review by:

Casio QV 30

 

There really is not much to this camera, very low resolution, no viewfinder, and the LCD screen is VERY difficult to follow. I'd recommend it only if you could get it for free, or close to it.

Swivel lens (like Nikon Coolpix 950)

No Viewfinder, Low Resolution, and very slow LCD screen. No external Memory.

Consumer review by:

Casio QV 30

 

I bought this Casio QV-30 camera and started using it June 16, 1996 and have thoroughly enjoyed it! I happened to see recently a negative report on a web site, it was undated, and I wondered about their intentions. This camera has served me quite well...

Being able to rotate the lens and take photos at waist level in ambient lighting in church. This allows unobtrusive picture taking, such as my grandson's baptism. Panaramas, such as the Grand Canyon turned out well. Closeups of flowers in our backyard...

No builtin flash on this early camera. But, it may not always be needed.

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Consumer review by:

Casio QV 30

 

I have the QV-30B model, this camera is a good choice. Very good size and big lcd display. Pic quality is good.

Consumer review by:

Casio QV 30

 

Over the past month, I have tried a Casio QV-30+, QV-120, QV-200, QV-700, Minolta Dimage Pic, and Fuji DX-7. I will probably put up brief reviews of each one.The QV-30+ is an older camera, and this is reflected in it's maximum resolution of only...

Consumer review by:

Casio QV 30

 

No big complaints, other than AC adapter is VERY NECESSARY and not included in the package. $20 at Radio Shack. Also the Adobe PhotoDeluxe (suppossedly included) was only a coupon that you have to send to Adobe and wait 3 weeks for the software. Image...

Consumer review by:

Casio QV 30

 

This camera is great. The battery life is good as well as the indoor exposure. Both key elements I look for when choosing a camera.

Consumer review by:

Casio QV 30

 
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