Toshiba PDR-M25 Review
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In Manual Record mode you have access to the settings for White Balance
and exposure compensation.
White Balance options are Auto, Sunny, Fluorescent 1 and 2 and Incandescent
Exposure compensation can be adjusted from -2 to +2 in 1/3EV steps.
The PDR-M25 can get down to about three inches in Macro mode.
Here's the Record Menu options:
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
Turning the Mode Dial to the Setup position gives you access to:
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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