Toshiba PDR-M25 Review

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Toshiba PDR-M25





Toshiba PDR-M25


Typical record mode screen showing that we have the ISO locked at 400, there's lot of space left on the SmartMedia card, 119 more pictures to be exact. On the bottom is the red-eye flash mode icon, selftimer icon, battery status and the time and date.




Toshiba PDR-M25

In Manual Record mode you have access to the settings for White Balance and exposure compensation.




Toshiba PDR-M25

White Balance options are Auto, Sunny, Fluorescent 1 and 2 and Incandescent




Toshiba PDR-M25

Exposure compensation can be adjusted from -2 to +2 in 1/3EV steps.




Toshiba PDR-M25

The PDR-M25 can get down to about three inches in Macro mode.




Toshiba PDR-M25

Here's the Record Menu options:

    REC. MODE - Single frame, Multi or Bulb

    PREVIEW - View image after capture, On or Off

    ISO - 100, 200, 400 or B&W (weird place for B&W setting?)

    BULB - Shutter speed for Bulb, 1 or 2 seconds

    SELF TIMER - 2 or 10 seconds

    DISPLAY - Color LCD, On / Off / All

    LCD* - Adjust brightness of LCD display





Toshiba PDR-M25

Turning the Mode Dial to the Setup position gives you access to:

    LANGUAGE - Set the menu language

    SOUND - Turn beep sounds On or Off

    TIME - Set the internal clock

    AUTO POWER OFF - Settable for 1, 2 or 3 minutes

    TV - Video out format: NTSC or PAL

    IMAGE No. - Sequential numbering or reset

    DEFAULT - Reset all camera parameters to default.







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