Excerpt: When you think of digital cameras, Toshiba may not be the first name that comes to mind, but the company hopes to change that with the introduction of the value-priced Toshiba PDR-M65. This competitively priced ($415 street), 3.3-megapixel camera offers respectable, albeit not cutting-edge, performance. The PDR-M65 has an attractive molded plastic case with a rubberized handgrip. Its 3X zoom lens is equivalent to a 38- to 114-mm lens on a 35-mm camera.
Summary: The PDR-M65 has a powerup time of about 5 seconds and a shot to shot recycle time of around 3 seconds. This is basically an automatic point and shoot type of camera but through the Manual mode you can control the white balance and the exposure compensation value. Variable ISO sensitivity of 100, 200 or 400 and macro focusing down to 5cm gives you a versatile yet entry-level priced 3-megapixel digicam.