Toshiba PDR-M4 gives you high speed, high quality imaging and
high performance in less.han
Normal - 1 shot per second
Burst -4 - 16 contimuous shots
Multi - 16 images per frame
million-pixel high-speed response
shot per second, high quality imaging means you never miss another
redefining digital clarity with a 2.14 million-pixel CCD.
high resolution lens, high-speed, high-precision auto focus and
advanced program auto exposure of the PDR-M4 ensure that images
are received in pristine condition before being recorded in UXGA
format (1600x1200 pixels). Recording is then done via a 1/2-inch
2.14 million-pixel charge coupled device (CCD). The result is a
high level of expression and color reproduction with a sharpness
and clarity comparable to that attained by conventional 35mm photography.
SVGA format (800 x 600 pixels) is also available in order to allow
the easy download of images for computers of use on the internet.
settings to suit your needs.
you choose to use UXGA or SVGA, the shoot can be further improved
by choosing one of three compression settings. Normal for standard
shooting requirements, Fine, in cases where the emphasis lies
in image quality and Basic, for when quantity of shooting is more
response for exceptional ease of operation.
intervals of less than one second.
now, operational response has been an inherent problem of the digital
camera. The PDR-M4 has addressed these problems and is ready to
shoot just two seconds after the power has been switched on, It
is also capable of shooting intervals of less than one second. Performance
of this kind brings a welcome fluidity to digital photography and
also means less missed opportunities.
frames per second continuous shooting.
PDR-M4 offers continuous shooting of approximately four frames
per second in UXGA format or approximately 16 frames in four seconds
in SVGA format or approximately 16 frames in four seconds in SVGA
format. With this kind of performance, you'll never miss a shot.
Also featured is a multi-shot function, allowing you to view 16
frames on one screen and pseudo-video playback. Handy for checking
sequential images, such as your golf swing.
connectivity for fast downloading on personal computers.
are easily downloaded through advanced USB connectivity and serial
connection via RS-232C/RS-422 cable.
Mac (Not for 68K)
OS 8.1 or higher
MB min (32 MB recom)
space on hard disk
or more colors (640 x 480 dot min.)
this, encapsulated in a new, stylish compact body.
compact dimensions of the PDR-M4 are housed within an aluminium
die cast exterior, small enough to slip easily into any shirt pocket.
The lens is positioned at the center of the camera body, allowing
a secure two-handed grip so as to minimize camera shake and the
PDR-M4 even features an automatic protective barrier for the lens.
freedom to express yourself through user-friendly functions.
shooting suitable for all occasions.
addition to digital 2 x zoom and 10cm macro shooting 10 cm macro
shooting, the PDR-M4 features an array of easy to use features
such as extended exposure and monochrome shooting.
control with full manual capability.
greater control, or in indiviual shooting conditions, focus and
exposure can be manually set. White balance, exposure compensation
and other settings can be manually set. White balance, exposure
compensation and other settings can be controlled manually.
deletion of images and a variety of playback modes.
images can be easily erased by use of the sand-alone delete button.
The PDR-M4 also offers various viewing options, such as image
reduction, quality alteration, copy functions and a nine-frame
2.5 X zoom advance replay.
upgrade to carry larger-capacity SmartMedia (TM).
PDR-M4 carries the option of compatabillity with image recording
SmartMedia up to 32MB. In UXGA format, approximately 33 frames
can be saved in Fine mode, approx 66 frames in Normal mode and
32 frames in Basic mode. Our exclusive upgrade service is also
planned to be compatible with the coming capacity-enhancement
battery life ensures the shooting of more that 200 images* when
*Assumes normal temperature with flash used
for 50% of shooting and LCD switched on.
to the Design rile for Camera Fil systems* (DCF), the digital
camea unified standard.
*Standardized by Japan Electronic Industrial
Development Association (JEIDA).
CCD with 2.14 million square pixels
x 1200 / 800 x 600 selectable
Serial (RS-232C and RS-422), Video output
than two seconds
Exif ver. 2.1, DCF ver. 1.0: 3 compression modules: 1/4; 1/8;
SmartMedia (2-32MB) Upgradeable to 128MB by firmware
f=7.4mm (35mm equivalent: 40mm)
x digital, 2.5 x playback
inch hyper amorphous type (556 x 200 resolution)
lithium-ion battery, AC power adapter
(W) x 68 (H) x 42(D) mm Weight:240g (excluding battery)
lithium-ion battery, AC power adapter, SmartMedia card (8MB),
Hand Strap, Serial cable, Video cable, USB cable, CD-ROM
16 image-multi, 2.5 x zoom, slideshow.
red-eye reduction, fill-in, off, slow synchro
up, PC download, off, auto record, manual record, playback
Self-timer, picture quality, flash mode, macro, erase/format,
LCD display mode
shot, burst shot (UXGA: max 4 frames, SVGA: max 16 frames)
multi-shot (16 images per frame), extended exposure shot (1
sec/2 sec/4 sec/8 sec, selectable)
battery charger (PDR-CGI) Litium-ion battery (PDR-BT1)