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Reviews and Problems with Toshiba PDR-M11

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Toshiba PDR-M11 Review

9 November 2001
  • Conclusion: The camera has no cap or sliding cover to protect its recessed lens, or viewfinder diopter to accommodate eyeglass wearers. A rubber flap on the right side conceals ports for an AC adapter (not included) and USB cable for image transfer to a PC (included).
  • Pros: Low price, Good battery life, Convenient top-mounted controls
  • Cons: Low resolution and image quality, Some stumbles with USB image transfer on our PC
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Expert Review

Steve's Digicams
18 October 2001
  • Summary: The entry-level PDR-M11 offers a 1.3-megapixel CCD that delivers photo-realistic images with vivid color and detail at resolutions as high as 1280 x 960. It offers USB downloading, SmartMedia storage, an all-glass 38mm, 35mm equivalent lens with 3X optical zoom and macro capabilities, plus fast...
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