Toshiba PDR-M70

79

Based on 3 reviews

  • Good
    1
  • Average
    2
  • Bad
    0
80

Users Score Review This

  • Good
    1
  • Average
    0
  • Bad
    0

About the Product

The 3.37 megapixel CCD offers 2048x1536 maximum resolution. It saves files in JPG file format and interfaces with USB. Powered by a lithium ion rechargeable battery. 1.8 inch TFT LCD screen to view pictures. 300 second max movie length in AVI format.

Reviews

Toshiba PDR-M70 Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 3 ratings. 1 user review.

User Reviews

review score by date
A great camera! 8/10 Bill Hall Nov 28, 2000
View all User Reviews

Meta Reviews

website score publish date article quality
EQUIP 78/100 Aug 15 '00
Imaging Resource  --- Aug 17 '00
Megapixel 7.9/10 Jun 01 '00
PC Magazine Online 4/5 Jul 12 '00
PC Magazine UK  --- Dec 01 '00
PC World  --- Jul 24 '00
Steves-DigiCams  --- May 19 '00
Windows Magazine  --- Aug 24 '00
Submit a review link

Toshiba PDR-M70 Roundups and Shootouts

title website score publish date
Toshiba PDR-M70 Review Hardware OC -- Dec 18 '00

EQUIP on

"Surprisingly, Toshiba's PDR-M70 is an excellent digital camera, with a better interface than most 3.3-megapixel models. The controls are easy to navigate, and the pictures are vibrant and clean...."

Read full review

Imaging Resource on

"With the PDR-M70, Toshiba has finally developed a true "enthusiast" camera, with all the manual exposure control you could want, as well as unusual options like a full-featured sound recording..."

Read full review

Megapixel on

"Once again, Toshiba has released a digital camera that will turn heads. The PDR-M70 uses a 3.3 megapixel CCD, a 3X zoom lens and is designed along very classic lines. Protected by an aluminium..."

Read full review

PC Magazine Online on

"The Toshiba PDR-M70 ($800 street) is well suited for everyday shooting. By forgoing a hot shoe and using a proprietary, rechargeable lithium ion battery, Toshiba managed to make the camera small..."

Read full review

PC Magazine UK on

"A standard 52mm thread allows for the attachment of filters and other lens accessories. The built-in flash recycles in one second and has five modes, including red-eye reduction and a night..."

Read full review
(0.0551/d/web8)