I have used many digital cameras in the past and this one is the worst of them all. It looks and feels cheap, dated and tacky. The quality is appalling and the battery life is even worse which are two aspects of a digital camera that should be the best. It takes four AA batteries, and boy does it take them! I placed four brand new Duracell batteries (£3.50) in it which lasted little over 25 minutes. The LCD preview screen is also very jerky. However, it does come with some nifty computer software which lets you create 'virtual' tours using pictures you have taken. Also, the menu system is extremely easy to use.
This review refers to the QV-100 ONLY. This is the product that i have used over the last year. Digital cameras are fun, you don't need to have films processed, and the pictures download straight on to your PC.. When i first got the QV-300, i was very impressed. It represented the cutting edge in technology and wass very smart looking to. But alsa, my enthusiasm did not last long. the mainproblem was, althought the images were good for my Research project, it was not briliant for the family photos. The batteries were also a nightmare. It would run out as soon as i put them in. The resolution was poor and the more i used it, the worse i felt the handling was. Casio do bring out good products, but as usual, they are beaten a few moths later by other manufacturers. This particular camera is a NO ON. Don't buy this, its now TOOOOO dated and too old. Go for something else instead.