Written on: 25/03/2008 by yeknod
I bought a new computer with windows vista home edition. I cannot download. I keep getting a message that my camera is not connected. When it ask for the key number - it is not good. Please help, I've have owned this camera for about 5 years and love it. thanks Desperate. (read more)
Written on: 18/09/2003 by hopalong (2 reviews written)
I bought this Nisis QP3 Pen Camera Digital camera recently in a sale for £41 and wasn't really expecting too much from it. However I was very surprised by the excellent colour balance, picture quality and high resolution. It's small, light and durable enough to carry about in your pocket and also doubles as an excellent webcam.
On the negative side it does go through batteries quickly although it does have a battery meter on the LCD display so you shouldn't get caught out. I suggest buying... (read more)
Written on: 05/10/2002 by Lex.
As far as I know the Nisis QP3 Pen camera is currently the only camera with such an impressive ratio of megapixels versus device size. You can take excellent pictures with it, if two essential conditions are met:
1. There must be enough light: there is no flash and the sensor does not perform well under low lighting conditions. The minimum is about the light from a 60W bulb at 1m distance.
2. You must hold the camera still: the sensor 'scans' the entire image when taking a picture and this... (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2002 by blinkinmarvellous.
The QP3 Pen digital camera is a neat little gadget that allows you to take good photos just about anywhere. It takes up to 50 at 1248 x 960, or around 160 at 640 x 480. And, when you've filled up the photo memory (incidentally, non-volatile and safe when the batteries go...) there's another 128Mbits of Flash memory for storing short video clips - about 30 secs at 624 x 480.
The lens is much better quality than most other small digital cameras in it's league, with no distortion around the... (read more)