Toshiba PDR-T20 Review
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The Toshiba PDR-T20 is a sleek, metal body, 2-megapixel 2x zoom camera with a touch screen LCD that enables the user to navigate camera controls with a stylus or finger tip.
Building on the success of the Toshiba PDR-T10, Toshiba's first digital camera with a touch screen LCD, the new PDR-T20 gives consumers the best of all worlds with its point-and-shoot convenience, its wealth of advanced photographic features and controls, as well as its high tech-looking, silver metallic casing that combines pocketable dimensions with a distinctive sliding lens cover.
The PDR-T20 has a 2.01 million-pixel CCD sensor which captures 1600 x 1200 images. It comes equipped with a 2x optical zoom lens (equivalent to a 38-76 mm lens on a 35 mm camera), plus a 2x digital telephoto mode resulting in 4x total zooming capabilities. These features, merged with the camera's imaging options and the award-winning ACDSee editing software, help the Toshiba PDR-T20 capture eye-catching close-ups and freeze-frames to stunning portraits and landscapes.
The PDR-T20 offer extensive features, such as: auto and manual white balance, exposure control that is automatic with seven creative modes, a self-timer, TTL metering, shutter speeds from 4 seconds to 1/1000 second, and a pop-up flash with auto, forced, suppressed and red-eye reduction modes that has an operating range up to 10-feet.
The most recognizable feature of the PDR-T20 is its touch screen LCD. It allows users to navigate effortlessly through the camera's various shooting and playback modes by tapping icons on the LCD with the stylus that is included as part of the carry strap.
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