February 3, 2020


Quicktime 3 is the medium for movie playback and works with the included copy of Internet Explorer. Things just seem out of order sometimes. As soon as you go to the buttons on the top of the camera, things get worse. Just keep this in mind and have some spare batteries handy. This is a much longer zoom ratio than is typical of digicams most have only a 3x zoom , and we really liked the extra flexibility it affords. Normal Movie mode simply starts recording at the press of the shutter button and stops when the button is let go.

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The only control on the front is the slightly awkward optical zoom lever, which we’ve become accustomed to controlling on other digicams with our thumb on a back panel control.

Playback mode allows you to view images individually or as thumbnails, nine to a screen. Here’s a look at the individual controls: If you’re looking for a digicam to experiment with long time exposures, the QV is it.

Casio QV-8000SX (1999)

Provided the set has a separate “raw video” input. The Past Movie mode is really mind-boggling for people who haven’t seen anything like it before. We really like the rotating lens concept invented by Casio, introduced way back in digicam prehistory on their original QVand would like to see it adopted csio more manufacturers. Panorama Mode Sets up the camera to record up to nine cawio in secession to compose a panoramic image.

One note here is that the placement of the battery and CompactFlash compartments makes it impossible to change out either one while mounted to a tripod a design issue we notice when doing studio work. Recording features are also rich and include one-shot, continuous, in-camera panorama and sec movies, timer, macro, landscape, night scene and portrait modes.


Quicktime 3 is the medium for movie playback and works with the included copy of Internet Explorer.

Casio QVSX – digital camera Overview – CNET

Sony Alpha mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera almost has it all Sony Alpha mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera almost has it all by Lori Grunin. Manually selecting values for both settings gives you full manual exposure control, a very rare commodity in the digicam marketplace.

In this section, we’ll show the default menu first, followed by some of the sub-menus from the Details mode. Above and below, you can see the Detailed mode. The lens is threaded for 43mm filters and attachments. Overall, the QV seems to do a good job of regulating its power consumption turning off the LCD screen when it’s charging the flash, for instance to maximize battery life.

A more useful rating would be how long the camera will operate in various modes with typical NiMH rechargeable batteries. A helpful feature is that after the first image is exposed, the right edge of the preceding image remains on qv-800s0x screen to help you line up the next qv-8000x properly. JavaScript is required for proper caio.

There were two features we’d really have liked to see on the QV Within each folder, images are numbered from to and each folder contains up to files. We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. Putting the camera in this mode automatically calls up the Timer Setting menu with these options: Don’t even bother looking at anything else! I really like the wired remote control, it controls most major functions of the camera and is highly useful when shooting macros or viewing slideshow playbacks on the TV set.


I wish they could make this simpler. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Unfortunately for Mac users, the included software is only compatible with Windows 95, 98 and NT 4. Functions 2 Menu Movie Mode: What’s in the Box Casio includes all the necessities in the box, with the possible exception of rechargable batteries 4 Duracell Ultras were included instead.

The USB port is fast and allows you to download your images to the computer without the need or expense of a card reader. Some kind of optical viewfinder absolutely should have been included on the unit, and its lack makes low-light work rather difficult.

We confess to not being sure exactly what the Night Scene mode is actually doing, since it doesn’t appear to increase CCD sensitivity at all. Four flash modes are available: There’s no “two handed” moves you have to pull to change settings.