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Concord EyeQ Duo 2000

“I have has this camera for at least 3 years and...”

Written on: 15/11/2007 by ksdsb11 (1 review written)

I have has this camera for at least 3 years and haven't had any real problems. The batteries will go dead IF you forget to turn off the camera when not in use. I have been able to take over 200 pictures on one set of Lithium batteries with the flash. The internal memory is ok, getting over 100 low resolution pictures. Outside pictures are ok as long as you aren't trying to take pictures of objects over 1/2 mile away or with moonlight and flash. I have even taken pictures of scenery in a… Read Full Review

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Concord EyeQ Duo 2000

“I got my Concord EyeQ Duo 2000 so I could have a dual...”

Written on: 08/03/2005 by Captain U96 (1 review written)

I got my Concord EyeQ Duo 2000 so I could have a dual purpose camera; web and carry. I can take good pictures and put them on the web, but not use it as a web cam, and that dissapointed me… Read Full Review

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Dat's Response to Captain U96's Review

Written on: 27/03/2005

The camera says it can be used as a webcam but it won't work for msn, yahoo, or aim. The webcam feature only works for microsoft netmeeting chats. lol I had the same problem getting the webcam to work too but now I know.

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Concord EyeQ Duo 2000

“The default start-up setting on the Concord EyeQ2000...”

Written on: 27/02/2003 by ChrisD. (1 review written)

The default start-up setting on the Concord EyeQ2000 digital camera cannot be saved, so every restart requires paging through menu to reset for flash, screen brightness, exposure setting.
Camera cannot be used when moving as verticals become slanted. Also picture taken half-to-one second after pressing button, so user must keep still.
Expensive on 3v lithium cells (1 cell/80 pictures)- no rechargeables yet available… Read Full Review

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Skyhydro's Response to ChrisD.'s Review

Written on: 11/08/2003

Agree with everything said except the 80 photos per battery. I have taken 300 pictures with the original battery and battery indicator still displaying full. I should say that I rarely use the flash.
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<br>Also the macro mode is not short enough.

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Paul B's Response to ChrisD.'s Review

Written on: 02/01/2005

Ah, yes, the "slanted verticals" on movement!
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<br>It took us (family) a little while to figure out just what on earth was happening with the Concord (different model, by the way), and I am not pleased.
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<br>Evidently, the chipset used for these cameras does not implement a "shutter" - a mechanism for instant capture of the image to a memory device which is then scanned to compress and process the image to a JPEG file. In this camera, the "scan" is made of the image in "real time", which is a significant fraction of a second. It's like a *very* slow vertical focal plane shutter.
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<br>As a result, any sort of movement at all whilst taking a picture, even in bright daylight, causes bizarre distortion. If it's *only* horizontal movement, then you get the "slanted verticals", but the very slow (could be longer than a second) delay before actually taking the picture when the button is pressed leads novices to "move on" when they assume the picture has been taken and slight twists of the hand cause bizarre distortion, generally along the bottom of the frame.
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<br>And moving objects are blurred, *even* in bright daylight when you would expect a short shutter time to "freeze" them.
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<br>Not good!

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