Summary: I purchased this camera used. The built-in flash failed after 30 days. This unit was intended to replace a previously owned Casio QV-3000EX, which I had given away some years ago, and which I regret parting with. While my first Casio was among the earliest digital cameras, and featured only 3.3 megapixels, it produced pix superior to anything I have obtained from current point-and-shoots in my collection. A sad indictment of quality control in the current crop.
Excerpt: I have had this camera from when I changed from film to digital. I have taken several hundred pictures and had sucesses and failures. I have found that this is a very good all round camera with its easy to use menu and function buttons There are times in the field when you will want a landscape photograph and having a built in functionthat you can change to is very useful in that you need not rummage in your gear bag for a different lens.
Excerpt: Having tried and tested several digital cameras at work I decided that it was about time I purchased my own. I had used an Olympus, Samsung and an older Casio model before, and out of these the Casio was by far the best. After reading some of the opinions on Ciao I decided that the Casio QV3000 EX was the one to buy, and I have not been disappointed! The camera does not look anything special but is absolutely packed with features.
Excerpt: The only serious disadvantage with the camera is the limit of the memory card and IBM have come to address this with the Microdrive - capable of holding over 1000 pictures which is enough for most peoples holidays. It delivers truly outstanding levels of detail and offers an array of controls normally found on top range SLR's. Metering appears to be spot on. During a trip to Crete I shot over 350 photo's at full res (and they all fit on the microdrive).
Excerpt: This is my first Digital Camera, before this I was the owner of a Canon AE1 program. At first glance the Casio looks like a average 35mm but thats where the comparison ends. The camera is very simple to operate, reading the very easy to understand manual is a must.The camera looks simplistic in design with only a few controls, yet is packed with some very advanced features. Downloading to a Home PC is childsplay.
Pros: Excellent Picture Quality, Simple to Use, Good Manual & Software
Excerpt: A truly wonderful device. The only serious disadvantage with the camera is the limit of the memory card and IBM have come to address this with the Microdrive - capable of holding over 1000 pictures which is enough for most peoples holidays. It delivers truly outstanding levels of detail and offers an array of controls normally found on top range SLR's. Metering appears to be spot on.
Pros: Excellen picture quality, resolution, Spot on focussing, contollability
Excerpt: I have been a keen photographer for the last 30 years or so. I have a Cannon EOS 5, an EOS 650 and a good selection of lenses. I have been watching the development of digital cameras, knowing that at some point the quality would be good enough to tempt me to buy. I have a cannon DMV1, digital video camera which has the capability to take still images, but only at 640X480, however, if there is enough light and the field of view isn’t too wide, the results are actually...
Summary: Suchte genau diese Kamera als Weihnachtsgeschenk. Alles war einwandfrei in Originalverpackung mit zahlreichem zubehör. Kamera ist einfache zu bedienen und macht giute Fotos. Lieferung erfolgte schnell. Verkäufer ist zu empfehlten.
F401-einfache Bedienung, super Bilder, tolles Aussehen
2 March 2008
Summary: Die F401 ist eine super Camera von Fuji. Sie ist sehr klein und handlich und hat ein ganz tolles Aussehen.Sie macht also äußerlich richtig was her.Die Bedienung ist auch sehr einfach. Die Bilder überzeugen in ihrer Qualität. Leider ist die Herstellung der Smart Media Speicherkarten eingestellt worden und damit sind diese für die Zukunft nur begrenzt verfügbar und gegenüber anderen Speicherkarten sehr teuer.