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Toshiba PDR-M5

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About the Product

The PDR-M5 features a 2.14 megapixel sensor, max res. 1600 X 1200 pixels, 3X optical, 2.0x digital zoom, 2.5 playback zoom, 1.8" LCD monitor, Built-in flash, 8MB memory card, Equivalent to ISO 100/200/400 and supports serial and USB connections.

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Toshiba PDR-M5 Reviews Rating: 45 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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CNET 5/10 Dec 14 '99
Computer Shopper 2/5 Jun 15 '00
Digital Camera Resource Page  --- Oct 25 '99
Imaging Resource  --- Nov 03 '99
Megapixel  --- Nov 04 '99
Steves-DigiCams  --- Oct 14 '99
Windows Magazine  --- Nov 29 '99
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Toshiba PDR-M5 Review Digit-Life -- Dec 08 '00

CNET on

"On paper, Toshiba's PDR-M5 is a tough digital camera to beat. It not only has high resolution for still images, but it also allows you to shoot short video clips. Additionally, it's easy to use and..."

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Computer Shopper on

"The PDR-M5 is capable of producing excellent exposures with pleasing colors. In our tests, however, we noticed that all of our images suffered from color noise and looked a bit soft when compared..."

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Digital Camera Resource Page on

"Users who read my review of the PDR-M4 will recall that I was very enthusiastic about the camera... but couldn't really recommend it without a zoom lens. The M5 is the answer to our prayers -- same..."

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Imaging Resource on

"The PDR-M5 isn’t an extremely complicated camera but it’s not overly simplified either. Its strongest point is probably its exceptional shot-to-shot speed, which frees you from worrying about..."

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Windows Magazine on

"I found the viewfinder problematical--due to constantly present distortion, the subject was never clear and crisp, very annoying when trying to frame a picture. After moving images from the camera..."

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