Summary: I found the images this camera took were very good. In max resolution (2048 x 1536), the images were bright and crisp. For the most part I left the camera in auto mode, I found for my basic use, this did the job well. Auto mode is just that, fully automatic.
Excerpt: The Toshiba PDR-M70 has the look and feel of a traditional 35-mm point-and-shoot camera. Underneath the attractive aluminum exterior, we found a fast, responsive camera that produced excellent pictures under all lighting conditions.
are three kinds of cameras out there: those that go for traditional
photography features, those that go for gimmicks, and those that
have both. The
PDR-M70 is one of those cameras that has every feature the pro
photographer desires, plus some of the more "gimmicky"
Pros: Full featured -- movies, audio, manual controls, Very well designed with thoughtful touches like backlit LCD, Very responsive in all modes, External flash support, Competitive photo quality, Good stuff "in the box"