Excerpt: I bought this camera 1n August 2000 and it was my first digital camera. Until then I had 35mm cameras (Yashica FR1 and Canob EOS500) but after very short time I simply felt good with this model.
Excerpt: I also own this camera. Indeed, it is a good camera, if there is a way to upgrade to 2 or 3 megapixels, I will keep this camera forever. It does produce good images for web pages and e-mails. I am debating whether to buy a 4 megapixel Cannon G2 or Casio QX4000 use for printing.
Excerpt: i FIND THIS CAMERA TO BE A VERY GOOD ONE. EASY TO USE IN ALL CONDITIONS EXCEPT UNDER THE SUN ON A CLEAR DAY. I MISS A SHADINGSCREEN FOR THE DISPLAY BUT5 OF CAUSE ALLSO A CONNECTIO FOR EXTERNAL FLASH.
Excerpt: The 8000Sx is one of the easiest digitals I have used. I find it easy to hand off to staffers and have thme have a good level of comfort taking pictures with little instruction. I have used the images in several of our publications with success. Problems: The battery life is weak.
Excerpt: Love it. You can't find more features on other cameras for any price. This camera does panaramic easily, 10 sec movies, macro to 1 CM (less then an inch), zooms to 8X optical and 32X with optical and digital, takes long exposures to 64 seconds, has a wired remote control, swivel lens which is good...
Excerpt: I have owned this camera for over a year, and am very happy with it. I use NiMH batteries, and carry three sets of spares wherever I go, enough for 100's of photos - they were cheap and value for money.
Excerpt: I have been using QV 8000 since March 2000 I searched a lot before I bought this one, 8x zoom is the most important issue on it, I took many impossible photos with it, action photos, quality photos, etc. Even I used it for my wedding, and other special places successfully. Problems: No
Excerpt: I've had this camera since Dec 1999, so well over a year. It is my third digital and I did a lot of looking before I bought it. I wanted something with the moveable lens system (or a flip and twist LCD) and this camera seemed to offer the most for the money.
Excerpt: I've had my QV-8000 since Nov. '99 and have plenty of opportunity to evaluate it's functions. My Dad has the Casio QV-770, that's what put me on to the 8000 initially. I also am into astronomy so I was looking for a camera capable of long exposures >30s.
Excerpt: I purchased a QV-8000 in March, 2000, due mostly to the great zoom lens. The lens is great, it's the rest of the camera I had problems with. I had several concerns: 1) Outdoor shots had a greenish tint. 2) Eats batteries (got only 43 shots with 4 new duracells... almost as expensive as film!...