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I recently set out to buy a digital camera along with some friends for our closely approaching holiday abroad. With a set budget and little information on digital cameras we set out to the shops and spotted the M70. We were told that the M70 was the newest camera launched from toshiba on the market at that moment in time. It has a 3.3 mega pixel ccd and a 16 megabite smartmedia card that is capable of storing up to 163 low-resoloution shots or 13 of a high quality. The toshiba has a lithium-ion battery which is charged up by a standard AC adapter which was supplied. The image quality that this camera can produce is razor sharp even from a distance but one setback is that all images were set onto a blue background which can be looked upon as either a downside as not all colours are shown to how they actually are or an advantage as it is technologically reasuring. This does not matter as when transfered to the computer the pictures become crystal clear anyway. The cameras functions are functional and easily used and you come out with the best possible results that you could want from a camera. Well worth the money.
The PDR-M70 builds on a tradition of award-winning digital cameras. Key to its success is an advanced 3.37 megapixel CCD capable of recording 2048x1536 pixel images that are exceptionally rich in sharpness, color accuracy and clarity. The 1/1.8 inch CCD is much larger than those found in past cameras, resulting in a less noisy signal and vastly superior pictures that can be printed in sizes up to 11" x 14" free of jagged edges, artifacts or pixelation.