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Toshiba PDR-M25

alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the portability and zoom are overall positive. The image quality and usability are also mentioned favorably, but some have doubts about the lens and size.

price, usability, image quality, zoom, portability

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Toshiba PDR-M25 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Alan Stafford (

Toshiba Toshiba PDR-M25 2.3MP 3x Optical, 2x Digital Zoom (Toshiba-PDRM25) Camera Review - PCWorld

Feb, 2002

Expert review by : Steve's Digicams (

Toshiba PDR-M25


Go to Page Two Toshiba PDR-M25 Specifications CCD Sensor 1/2.6 inch 2.3 million pixels (2.2 million pixels effective) Image Resolutions 1792 x 1200 or 896 x 600 Lens 3X zoom lens 6.2mm-18.6mm F2.9-F3.02 (equivalent to 38-114mm on a 35mm camera), all...

Nov, 2001

Expert review by : Theano Nikitas (

Toshiba PDR M25 review: Toshiba PDR M25


Toshiba PDR M25

Affordable; easy to use; selectable light-sensitivity settings.

Poor low-light performance; dim LCD; some shutter lag and slow recycle times.

Only first-timers new to the digital game should take a look at the user-friendly, inexpensive Toshiba PDR-M25.

Oct, 2002

Expert review by : HardwareCentral (

Toshiba PDR-M25 Review


Maybe the most affordable 2-megapixel, 3X-optical-zoom digital camera, Compact design, convenient controls, Outdoor shots as sharp as any camera's in its class

Indoor flash shots not nearly as good as daylight snaps, Can't record video clips or save uncompressed TIFF images, A bit awkward to use one-handed; typically skimpy 8MB flash card

The silver PDR-M25 is attractive in a retro-sci-fi sort of way, too big to conceal in a pocket or palm like some of its rivals, but still compact at 4.1 by 2.7 by 2.2 inches. It weighs 12 ounces with batteries and memory card in place. We wish its...

Jan, 2002

Consumer review (

It was nice while it lasted


We purchased this camera approximately three years ago. For the technology available at that time, this was a pretty decent find. The picture quality was good compared to the options available in 2002, although the colors were typically too dark. We ...

Good (but not great) quality pictures.

Screen visibility, lag, battery consumption.

Jul, 2005

Consumer review (

A good choice


I got this camera a few months ago and have had nothing but a great time with it! I love the 3x opt ...

Great price for great quality!

Lens should have an automatic cover.

Sep, 2003

Consumer review (

Toshiba PDR-M25 Digital Camera - LOVE IT


I just got mine a couple of months ago, I'm just a beginner with digital photography, but wanted a l ...

Full Featured - Easy to Use!

The manual can be a little complicated

Aug, 2003

Consumer review (

not good if you actually want to get prints of the pictures


I bought this camera based on the reviews I read on this website. I've had the camera for about 7 m ...


grainy picture quality, bad indoor or low-light outdoor shots

Jul, 2003

Consumer review (

Maybe not this one


I purchased my Toshiba PDR M-25 mainly because of the features for the price. I wanted an optical zoom and a high enough resolution picture to print well. The Toshiba seemed to fit the bill.

Price, optical zoom, bright outdoor photos.

Delay after snapping photo, poor low light photos

Apr, 2003

Consumer review (

If Only...


I picked this up because of it's price, compact size and optic zoom. I'm returning it because of its incredibly poor picture quality - in EVERY resolution. There's just NO vibrancy in the pictures. The low light setting comes close, but you can do...

Price, Size, Optic Zoom, Easy Navigation

Eats batteries, BLAND PICTURES!

Jan, 2003

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