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March 2, 2003 press release:

Toshiba’s new PDR-4300 four-megapixel digital camera merges the company’s expertise in digital imaging with a simple control layout and portable design that makes this new camera exceptionally easy to enjoy, operate and take along.

The latest addition to Toshiba’s growing family of consumer-class digital cameras, the PDR-4300 was unveiled today at the Photo Marketing Show in Las Vegas by Toshiba Imaging Systems, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. It is expected to ship in mid-March with an MSRP of $379.

The PDR-4300 boasts brilliant 2400 x 1600 resolution, a full suite of professional-level manual options for control of light and exposure, along with a precise Canon® lens that sports a smooth 2.8X optical zoom to take full advantage of the powerful 4.0 megapixel CCD, and ensure high quality images with vivid, true-to-life color.

“Digital photography is now within the consumer mainstream with both experienced and novice users demanding higher resolutions, improved optics and simpler operation,” notes Doug Freck, Vice President & General Manager, Toshiba Imaging Systems Division. “Our new PDR-4300 ideally meets these demands with its powerful four-megapixel CCD, its professional-grade, all-glass lens system, its fully array of manual controls, and an operation that is comparable to a film-based point-and-shoot model. And at $379, we believe it is the best value in the four-megapixel digital camera category.”

All of the pictures of this site come from this camera. The first model I bought in 2004 took more than 100,000 photos, the second one, only 60,000 for the time being. Both of them are still working very well. I love them!

Lens in, protected by a metal sliding cover
Size: 11.5(W) x 6.9(H) x 4.6(D) cm. Weight: 230g.

Lens out, from Canon

Both sides

Top view

Back side. Lcd display in manual mode

With the remote controller, 4-language manual and software CD

The box

With its clone, the Nytech ND-4000

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