Summary: What a wonderful camera with great professional features! It's a hidden treasure. I love the fact that it has a viewfindrr. That makes it rare indeed. It has a dual information display too. The magnifying window in the center of the screen helps assure sharp images.
Still a viable camera. So many features and easy to learn, Great fast lens.
5 June 2011
Summary: An advanced camera for it's time, it has features that are only seen on the top of the line cameras. Most modern point and shoots ( and some DSLRs) don't even come close to having the flexibility that the Casio Qv4000 has. The camera has an excellent fast Canon lens.
slow but not obsolete, the qv-4000 offers great control
14 October 2010
Summary: The Casio QV-4000 is 6mm wider and 20mm thicker than a Canon G11. Everything is slow - the lens extends slowly when powered on, the autofocus is slow. A built-in buffer helps makes the 5 second jpeg save time less annoying but saving tiff (raw) images takes about 30 seconds (yes - I said 1/2 a...
Summary: This camera has all the bangs and whistles.Great pictures with no over saturation.Mega pixels are good and is still one of the greats when it first came out.Granted cameras have esculated as far as pixels, but they have more flaws as far as having more natural looking pictures.Last but not least the...
Summary: I have been using this camera for a year and I'm very pleased with it. Pictures are great, it's easy to use but if you want to do more advanced setup, it's possible. The only dark side is that it takes about 3sec to turn the camera on.
Summary: I took my QV-4000 to Rome for 10 days and there was nothing it could not do for me. I wanted a camera small enough to be unobtrusive, yet powerful enough to offer me a myriad of options for picture taking. The automatic and manual options did not disappoint.
Summary: Before my Paris trip, I took a few fotos to be sure I knew how to use the many knobs and buttons. I stayed with the Auto mode the whole trip. The colors were super quality and resolution much better than I expected. I took 5 64MB memories and three sets of batteries.
Summary: I purchased the QV-4000 about a month ago. I've used it to take short video clips to send to family in other states... It's a great camera to have around... The dial is a little hard to turn but, since I've accidentally turned it once or twice, it's good that it's hard to do. Second... Battery Life.
Summary: I am very impressed by this camera. Only a small technical glitch prevents me from giving it 5-stars. I could return it, but it doesn't seem worth the hassle. The features and photo quality are outstanding.
Summary: The Casio QV-4000 Digital Camera has my unreserved endorsement! Rather than lug our old, heavy 35mm camera (and its bulky bag of accessories) on our recent trip to Thailand we opted for a medium priced "point-and-shoot" 35mm and the Casio Qv-4000.