To review your images more quickly, you can switch to a 4-up or 9-up index display via the “menu” button. You might not want to rely on the QV’s presentation capabilities to sell a multi million-dollar business deal, but they’d be absolutely great for family “slide shows,” or school projects. Movie Mode In “Movie” mode, the frames-remaining indicator switches to indicate the number of movies that may be recorded in available memory, and the flash indicator blinks, indicating that flash isn’t available in this mode. In fact, we found ourselves preferring images from the QV over those of the QV due to the increased color saturation. Match this with an excellent software bundle, and the result is a very compelling combination:

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Although we found the TFT display in the QV slightly less prone to this problem than earlier models. Optics We’ve already talked quite a bit about the swiveling lens mount on the QV, so won’t spend more time on it here.

Digital Cameras – Casio QV Digital Camera Review, Information, Specifications

Alternatively, you can manually select qv-7770 fixed white balance to compensate for incandescent, fluorescent, or daylight lighting. Normal picture-taking Most of your picture-taking will be done in the “normal recording” mode, designated by a horizontal page icon at the top of the display. Even here though, Casio goes the conventional approach one or two better, with three different options: We found that we sv-770 take picture after picture very qv-7770, with as little as 1 second between successive frames!

Perhaps the best way to understand what the QV offers is to liken it to “push processing” of film, in which changes are made during development to increase the film’s sensitivity, at the expense of larger grain and less resolution. The QV breaks new ground in two areas, with a “movie” mode and in-camera panorama stitching and display.


Casio QV-770 Owner’s Manual

You end up with a total of four images, corresponding to the two “past” images, the one immediately after you pressed the shutter, and one more 0. The built-in automatic flash has a specified working range of 2.

Among its many innovations, the QV included the ability to capture sequences of images across time, with the interval between successive images ranging from 0. We found that it was somewhat prone to produce oddly-colored images when shooting under moderate levels of incandescent lighting. This addresses a frequent user complaint with digital cameras, as most take a minimum of seconds to process each image. The “menu” button has no function in this mode.

Used in conjunction with the special panorama mode of the QV, it is particularly easy to assemble panoramic images. While the time-exposure cadio will be great for school science experiments, or just general playing around, the real usefulness comes with the “past” and “future” exposure modes. Moderated in this case by Casio’s recommendation against that battery type.

In this mode, the tricky clocking of the CCD sensor let it capture long sequences of x images. The neatest trick is the QV’s “Past” mode, in which the camera captures three frames of data before you press the shutter button!

Finally, in movie mode see belowthe camera will capture a low-resolution movie up to 3.

When you realize that the longest exposure time the camera is capable of is over four times slower, you can appreciate the need to brace or otherwise support the camera in some fashion when shooting under dim conditions. The QV allows panoramas to be captured with the camera oriented either vertically or horizontally. As with most similarly-equipped cameras, the LCD panel on the QV consumes large amounts of power.

Perhaps most interesting is ccasio “past” mode, in which the camera continuously scans the scene, capturing an image every 0.


If the camera isn’t set to display resolution and remaining image capacity, that indicator will briefly illuminate in the LCD when you change the resolution setting. What Casio has done in the QV and in most of their other QV-series cameras is to use greater amplification on the CCD signal when shooting in low light than is common among other manufacturers.

While it didn’t prove caasio be much of a problem under normal shooting conditions, the tonal range of the QV is also somewhat compressed: The second, multi-shot caaio counts down a 10 second delay, and then takes four pictures in rapid succession the “future” mode.

We’ll talk about these more later, but they do a great deal to enhance the unit’s “fun potential” in group situations. This lets you capture pictures that you otherwise couldn’t, but at the cost of increased “noise” in the image.

There are four compensation steps available in each casiio.

Casio QV-770 Manuals

We confess we don’t know the distinction between regular pixels and “effective” ones in this context. While the camera’s standalone capabilities are obviously less than those of a software package running on a host PC, we found the in-camera capabilities both more useful and more fun than we had anticipated: The end result here is a sequence of four images taken about 0.

A note about flash on the QV though: On the Mac platform, the maximum transfer speed doubles tobaud, which would proportionately reduce the transfer times.

Think of how many shots you’ve blown with your film camera because casjo blinked, or the fleeting expression disappeared just before you could press the shutter release!

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