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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). Some more costly digital cameras make you fuss with menus on their LCD monitors, but the PDR-M11 wins points for letting you change image size and quality from its top-mounted LCD control panel: One button cycles...
  • 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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Overall 6

Toshiba PDR-M11

PC Magazine
29 October 2001
  • Excerpt: The 1.3-megapixel Toshiba PDR-M11 ($180 street), although not a standout product, produces quality images and incorporates some important features. Easy to handle, the PDR-M11 is a great starter camera for novice shutterbugs. The LCD viewfinder, a flash, and a 4MB SmartMedia card are run-of-the-mill, but advanced features for better image quality, such as manual control and exposure compensation, are welcome advantages.
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Toshiba PDR-M11

Steve's Digicams
18 October 2001
  • Excerpt: Go on to Sample Pictures CCD 1/1.27 inch 1.3 million pixels Lens Glass (F3.0/F8.0),f=6.73mm (eqv. to 39.18mm on 35mm camera) Six elements in six groups Viewfinder Virtual image Focal Range 8 inch to infinity Digital Zoom 2x through LCD LCD 1.8 inch D-TFD Color LCD (312x230) Playback Modes Single, thumbnails, slide show, 2X digital zoom File Format JPEG (Exif 2.1), TIFF Resolutions 1280 x 960, 640 x 480 (user selectable) Image Quality Fine, normal, basic SmartMedia...
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