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Manufacturer's Press release:

A true leader in the digital imaging industry, Toshiba America introduced its first digital still camera in 1996. The PDR-2 revolutionized consumer digital photography by offering the first PC Card interface, a low-power CMOS chip for image capture, and an interface specifically designed for use with Toshiba's popular laptop computers. The company is also known for inventing the SmartMedia flash memory card, one of the most popular in-camera storage formats in the digicam industry, and the FlashPath card adapter, which enables users to read SmartMedia cards directly from a computer's 3.5-inch floppy drive.

Since 1996, Toshiba has introduced a full line of digital cameras, all priced for the beginning and advanced photo enthusiast ($400 to $1,000). Its current crop (July 2001) includes eight models, which range from the entry level 2.1-megapixel PDR-M21, to the 3.3-megapixel PDR-M65 (introduced in January), to the latest 4.2-megapixel model, the PDR-M81. The new M81 models offers a broad range of auto and manual exposure features, making it suitable for all levels of users, from novice to advanced amateurs.

Lens closed, with the lens cover
Size: 10.7 (W) x 7.1 (H) x 4.7( D) cm. Weight: 240g

Lens out

SmartMedia card compartment on the left hand side

Top side with extra LCD display

Back side. Running the French Setup menu

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